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Classical Studies Collection Policy


Monographs, monographic series, serials, reference works, and conference proceedings are regularly sought, with particular focus on scholarly editions of primary source materials and archaeological reports. Anthologies, textbooks, non-Tulane dissertations, maps, and other media are sought selectively, except that most popular works and manuscripts are excluded.


Primarily printed text and illustrations, with increasing collections of videorecordings and online digital resources. To broaden access and conserve physical space, it may be appropriate to obtain online journals and cancel subscriptions to the corresponding print versions, provided that ownership or long-term access can be assured and image quality is adequate.

Videorecordings, including both DVDs and streaming, are collected through consultation with the Head of the Music & Media Center.

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