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ENG 206: Regional Mythologies

Library resources for students in English 206: Regional Mythologies (Fall 2020).

Library Catalog

Search the library catalog for materials like books, e-books, DVDs, newspapers, magazines, and print journals.

  • Use keyword searches to find information on your topic, using a word or combination of words (e.g., mythology, Greek mythology, mythology and literature). Also try searching related terms and synonyms (e.g., folklore, myth, gods).
  • Use the author search option to search for works by specific writers, such as Greek poet Homer or dramatist Sophocles.
  • Use the subject search option to identify specific subject headings related to your topic and link directly to resources that have been assigned those headings:


Browsing the Stacks

Books on mythology and religion are generally located on the 2nd floor of Michener Library. They are arranged by Library of Congress call number and most can be found under the heading BL

Books on Egyptian religion are in the call number range BL2420 -2460. Materials on classical religion and mythology are located in BL700–820 and Ancient Greek literature can be found in the range PA3050-4505. Materials on North American mythology and religion appear in various sections, including 299.7 and E99.

Books on interdisciplinary topics -- for example, music and mythology, art and mythology, or literature and myth -- may be interspersed in different sections of the stacks, or even in different libraries. For example, titles on music and mythology may be located with the rest of the general music collection in Skinner Music Library.