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GREK 350: Poetics and Poiesis: Philosophy, Performance, and the Crafts (HC)

Greek 350: Poetics and Poiesis: Philosophy, Performance, and the Crafts (Shirazi) Fall 2020

Representations of Tragedy

  

      Iliupersis painter, Apulian volute-krater, ca 370-350 BCE, The Sacrifice of Iphigeneia. Possibly inspired by a staging of Euripides   (Source: British Museum, © The Trustees of the British Museum.  Reproduced under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. )

Accessing Resources

1) Accessing the Libraries' Digital Resources when Off Campus
If you start at this course research guide or the Tripod library catalog for Haverford or for Bryn Mawr, you will be prompted to sign in and authenticate through the Off-campus Access page (Option A below) when you click on an online resource link .
 
Haverford users, If you plan to work in-depth on a research paper when you are off campus, use VPN software (Option B).  Once you authenticate, you can then connect to resources (with Haverford subscriptions) on the open Web as well as use URLS you have already saved or those sent by faculty and librarians.  

   A) Off-campus Access through Tripod
                               Bryn Mawr  https://login.proxy.brynmawr.edu/login
                               Haverford  https://ezproxy.haverford.edu/login
Use your email user name (no @haverford.edu or @brynmawr.edu) and password to log on.  You will need to navigate through Tripod, rather than typing URLs in the search box for your entire session.  The proxy prefix has to remain in your URL in order to access digital materials to which BMC or Haverford subscribe.

   B) Download VPN software from Campus IT Services
                   Haverford:  https://iitskb.sites.haverford.edu/knowledge-base/installing-the-vpn-client/
When you log into VPN with your email user name (do not add @ haverford.edu) and password, all the subscriptions in Tripod will work even when you go through the Web rather than Tripod.  It is simpler to do in-depth research with VPN rather than the library proxy. 
 
 
2.  Requesting Resources from Tricollege Libraries

For Haverford people studying on campus, log into Tripod (upper right corner) to use the "Request"  button to have titles delivered within the Trico.  They will usually usually arrive in one or two days. 

For Haverford people studying remotely, use these request links: Articles or Book Chapters  and   Books or DVDsThese links can also be found on the Support during Covid-19 page.

 
3.  Requesting Resources that are not Available in Tripod

Bryn Mawr users can request journal articles and essays through the Articles and Interlibrary Loan Services on this page.

They can request online materials using the form on this page

Haverford Libraries fulfill student, faculty, and staff requests for materials.  There are no charges for requests nor are there limits on the number of items you can submit.  You can use the forms below to enter your requests.  Articles and other digital material will be sent to your email address.  If you are on campus, you will be notified when print copies and other material are ready for you to come and check out.  If you are studying remotely, the libraries will supply digital copies and print material by mail.

Haverford on campus users can request materials using the Borrow beyond Trico page :          

HC remote users can request materials using these links below:

          Articles or Book Chapters

          Books or DVDs

They will also find these request links on the Support during COVID-19 page

All HC users can request articles and books using the  button in database records

            

4.  Accessing Reserves

To see what is on electronic reserves for a particular course, login to Moodle and go to the specific course page.