Resources to aid research and inspiration for architecture classes at SU- both art historical and studio design.
This LibGuide will provide you with tools and instructions for navigating the SLC's resources, both online and in print, on this subject.
Not sure where to begin or looking to find out background info about your topic? Try these online reference sources:
When first learning about a topic, you may wish to use background sources like encyclopedias, handbooks, almanacs, etc. to get a clearer idea of what you're looking for.
Look to your assignment to see what types of sources your professor is asking you to use. If you're already comfortable with a topic, you may wish to start looking for scholarly articles right away.
You can begin your research in any of these places. Remember different types of sources contain different kinds of information.
- Useful, in-depth guide to visual analysis, with copious examples of this skill upon well-known art works. Discusses the different ways in which artists, art historians, and critics engage with, and write about art. Kept on permanent reserve- ask for a copy at the Info Desk.