Here are lists of recent additions to the Tulane library collection that relate to classical studies, including books, journals, online subscriptions, new volumes of sets, DVDs, etc.
Welcome to the Classical Studies research guide!
This site is a collection of article databases, library resources, weblinks and research tips compiled by the librarians at the Tulane Libraries to help you find research materials on classical studies, including all aspects of life in the ancient Mediterranean, Near East, and Roman Empire.
Just use the tabs above to start your research!
If you need instant help, chat with a librarian using the Chat box on the right--->
---or call the Howard-Tilton Library reference desk @ (504) 865-5606
Classical studies have evolved in multiple interdisciplinary areas, including ancient languages and literatures -- Greek, Latin, and Hebrew -- archaeology, history, art history, philosophy, religious studies, and more.
Because course offerings overlap and research in classical studies draws on many disciplines, you may also want to check related Tulane library subject guides, such as:
The Tulane Department of Classical Studies also has very useful information on its website about programs, courses, faculty, a calendar of events, the Tulane Classics Club, and additional resources.
Rebecca R. Malek-Wiley
Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118