Not sure where to start? You have three broad strategies that you can try:
If you're not sure yet what you're interested in, or you're interested in so many different aspects of Greek history that you can't decide where to focus, you might want to just browse through scholarly journals to see what catches your eye. Collins Library subscribes to several scholarly journals in the interdisciplinary field of Classics, including the three named below:
Like most other disciplines, Classics has a subject-specific database, called L'année philologique. Subject databases index scholarly materials (books, chapters in books, scholarly articles, dissertations) that will be of interest to researchers within that discipline.
For the article review assignment, you'll want to limit your results to just articles. Click on the "check for full text" link to see if Collins Library has the journal (green dot) or you need to order it through interlibrary loan (yellow dot).
Some databases offer full-text access to journals across multiple disciplines. These can be wonderful, convenient resources, but please be mindful of three important limitations: