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Last Updated: Jul 30, 2020     Views: 163

You can use the Discovery Search box on the Library's Home Page for your topic and then limit (on the left side of the results screen) to "Articles" and "Peer-Reviewed." An icon of a person with a check mark will appear to identified peer-reviewed results. The Discovery Catalog searches a lot of our relevant databases all at once. 

You can also try our Humanities Databases by using the dropdown at the top of the "Articles & Databases" link on the Library Homepage (limit by subject to "Humanities" and go from there!) 


We recommend our Humanities article database JSTOR, to find articles on "greek gods." All of the articles in JSTOR are full text from scholarly/peer-reviewed journals. 

For best results:
1. Use the advanced search link on JSTOR's main page.
2. Uncheck the external content box to restrict results to accessible content.
3. Try these search terms in addition to "Greek gods":

"Olympian gods"
"Greek mythology"
Use names of specific Greek gods such as "Zeus" or "Apollo."

Books about mythology
If you are looking for basic information about Greek gods or mythology, try the book titled Bulfinch's Mythology. Other copies are available. You can also browse the BL section in the shelves for other books on mythology.

To search for other mythology books, do a Discovery Catalog Search in the search bar on the Library's homepage.