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Loeb Classical Library

You’ve probably heard of the Hippocratic Oath and the Socratic Method. But who were Hippocrates and Socrates? What did they write? The UTC Library can help answer these questions through access to the Loeb Classical Library online. Founded over a century ago, the Loeb Classical Library contains the greatest masterpieces of ancient Greek and Roman thought. This collection will surely benefit students and researchers in history and philosophy as

New JSTOR eBooks

The UTC Library now has access to nearly 100 ebooks on JSTOR. Complete List of JSTOR eBooks at UTC Access JSTOR Some Highlights: Spectacular Girls: Media Fascination and Celebrity Culture explores both the adoration and disdain in the treatment of women in film, television, the news, and on the Internet. Turtles as Hopeful Monsters: Origins and Evolution traces the evolutionary story of the turtle, taking advantage of a nearly

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Project Muse Election Books

In honor of Election Day this Tuesday, November 6th, the UTC Library would like to showcase eBooks related to elections, campaigns, and voting from our Project Muse eBook collection. This collection supports the research endeavors of those in the humanities and social sciences with peer-reviewed, full-text eBooks from the country’s major university presses. These books are available for PDF viewing and downloading at the chapter level and are fully

Bloomsbury eBooks

The UTC Library now offers access to over 5,000 new eBook titles from Bloomsbury Publishing. This collection of academic works will assist a wide variety of researchers with topics in anthropology, theology, classics, history, political science, education, and even film studies. The full text of each book can be read on any device using your internet browser, and each chapter can be downloaded as a .pdf for printing and

Dictionary of American Regional English

According to the DARE survey, a heavy metal pan for frying might be a skillet, frying pan, or spider. Somebody who studies all the time might be called a bookworm, brain, greasy grind, egghead, brain, or a crammar. It all depends on where in the States you’re chewing the fat.   DARE Chief Editor Frederic G. Cassidy with Fieldworkers Reino Maki (left) and Ben Crane in front of a

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