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  • Philosopher's Index A Best Bet database
    Summarizes scholarly articles in all areas of philosophy. Indexes journal articles, books, book chapters such as contributions to an anthology, and book reviews. 1940-current.
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  • Annee philologique A Best Bet database
    Offers access to the scholarship studying ancient Greek and Roman civilizations, including Greek and Latin literature and linguistics, Greek and Roman history, art, archaeology, philosophy, religion, mythology, music, science. 1928-current.
    Also Known As
    • L'Annee philologique
    • LAnnee philologique
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  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles in arts and humanities. Includes some full-text. From Web of Science. More comprehensive searching than FirstSearch. 1975 - current.
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  • ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A Best Bet database
    Indexes every doctoral dissertation completed in the U.S. at accredited institutions. Includes some master's theses and foreign language dissertations. Holdings start in 1861 and go to the present day. Full-text coverage is best starting in 1997, but full text of older dissertations can also be found.
    Also Known As
    • Dissertation Abstracts
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  • Cambridge Collections Online (CCO) A Best Bet database
    Full-text of over 200 Cambridge Companions in Literature and Classics; and Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Includes over 2,200 essays on these topics. varies.
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