24  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions and Responses
Print
Monographs
Electronic
Monographs
Print
Serials
Electronic
Serials
Maps Audio/
visual
Microforms Digitized
Arabic Studies
Arctic Studies
Byzantine and Modern
Greece Studies

Caribbean Studies
Caribbean Studies
Chinese Studies
Circumpolar or northern
studies

Classical Studies
Earth Sciences
Hellenic Studies
Hellenic Studies
Icelandic and Old Norse
Studies; Dante, Petrarch
Studies

International Development
International perspectives
Irish Studies
Medieval Studies
Medieval Studies
Melanesian Collection
Oceania
Pacific Island Studies
Scandinavian/Nordic
Studies

Cuban Heritage Collection
Comments N=21
Byzantine and Modern Greece Collection Policy—Intellectual Level of books: Scholarly only, with the exception of
popular guides to ancient/Byzantine archaeological sites and museums. Subject areas:
All aspects of Aegean Prehistory, ancient Greece and Rome, Byzantium, and Greece during the Tourkokratia—
literature, language, history, law, archaeology, numismatics, ancient science and technology, etc.
Byzantine Empire—comprehensive
Modern Greek critical editions of ancient Greek and Roman authors
Modern Greek translations of ancient authors, if they have scholarly notes
Religion: the history of the Church and its relation to the Greek Nation—comprehensive
History: the Revolution to the present—comprehensive
Less comprehensive coverage for the Greeks in Asia Minor and the Balkans, as well as Balkan and Ottoman history
Economics: Statistical and historical studies of the Greek economy—comprehensive, including Greece and its relation
with the EU.
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