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This is a presentation for a bibliographical guide for the undergraduate course CLA232H Introduction to Greek and Culture offered at the University of Toronto’s Department of Classics for the school ...

This is a presentation for a bibliographical guide for the undergraduate course CLA232H Introduction to Greek and Culture offered at the University of Toronto’s Department of Classics for the school year 2007 — 2008. It is from the bibliography (with minor modifications) of the bibliographic instruction assignment compiled by Aiyesvarie Vairavanathan, Edwin Kamakil, and John Chionglo; and submitted for the course FIS1310 Information Resources and Services in the fall of2007. Again, this version was derived from the actual assignment submitted to the course instructor. We chose the topic from the list of topics provided by the instructor.

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  • A Bibliographical Guide for CLA232H Introduction to Greek Culture and Society Θ John Frederick Chionglo Θ Welcome
  • CLA232H Introduction to Greek Culture and Society (University of Toronto Department of Classics, 2007, p. 11) SOCIETY AND CULTURE LITERATURE ART SOCIAL CUSTOMS GENDER SEXUALITY DAILY LIFE RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS THE THEATRE OLYMPIC GAMES THE
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  • The Bibliographical Guide write research Subject References General References SOCIETY AND CULTURE LITERATURE ART SOCIAL CUSTOMS GENDER SEXUALITY DAILY LIFE RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS THE THEATRE OLYMPIC GAMES THE
  • Pedley, J. G. (2002). Greek art and archaeology (3 rd ed.) London: Laurence King. [472] Coulson, W. D. E., & Freiert, P. N. (1987). Greek and Roman art, architecture, and archaeology: An annotated bibliography (2 nd ed. rev.). New York: Garland. [445] The Bibliographical Guide (Vairavanathan, Kamakil, & Chionglo, 2007, p. 1) The Bibliographical Guide Subject References General References
  • Subject References General References The Bibliographical Guide (Vairavanathan, Kamakil, & Chionglo, 2007, p. 2) Bowder, E., (Ed.). (1982). Who was who in the Greek world. 776B.C. - 30 B.C. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. [195] Hornblower, S., & Spawforth, A., (Eds.). (2003). The Oxford classical Dictionary (3 rd rev. ed). New York: Oxford University Press. [142] Jenkins, F. W. (2006). Classical studies: A guide to the reference literature (2 nd ed.). Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited. L’Ann ée philologique . (n.d.). Retrieved November 15, 2007 from http://www.annee-philologique.com/aph/ [195] [142] Bibliographical Guide Bibliographical Guide
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  • References Ancient Greece – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (November 1, 2007). Retrieved November 1, 2007 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ancient_greece. University of Toronto, Department of Classics. (2007). Department of Classics Undergraduate Handbook . Retrieved November 20, 2007 From http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/classics/ugradbrochure0708.pdf . Jenkins, F. W. (2006). Classical studies: A guide to the reference literature (2 nd Ed.). Westport, Connecticut; London: Libraries Unlimited. Vairavanathan, A., Kamakil, E., & Chionglo, J. F. (2007, November 22). A Research Guide for CLA232H Introduction to Greek Society and Culture . Paper submitted for the Bibliographic Instruction Assignment of FIS1310H (L0103) Information Resources and Services.
  • A Bibliographical Guide for CLA232H Introduction to Greek Culture and Society Thank You Θ John Frederick Chionglo Θ