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CLST 197 - Conceptualizations of Time in Antiquity

This guide is for Jinyu Liu's Fall 2022 first-year seminar.

Peer Research Consultants (PRCs)

You don't need an appointment to work with the Peer Research Consultants (PRCs) - stop by at your convenience! They are available at the Library Research Spot in the Prevo Science Library (look to the right when you enter the library - you'll see them at the smaller desk), AND they're also available via chat from the library's Research Help page

Hours of Availability (after we're fully staffed a week or so after the semester begins):

  • Mondays - Thursdays from 9am to 10pm
  • Fridays  from 9am to 5pm
  • Sundays from 3pm - 10pm

Who are the PRCs? 

How do I get to the chat? 

Appointment with a Librarian

If you don't find all the sources you need from your meeting with the PRC, you can follow up by meeting with a librarian. To do that, follow the link below to the Research Help page, and click on the "Make an Appointment" option. You can choose a Zoom meeting or an in-person meeting. After making your appointment, you'll get an email confirmation with a Zoom link (ignore that, if you picked an in-person meeting), and it will get added to the librarian's calendar - they'll expect to see you then/there.