Types of articles include artist biographies, surveys of art by location, artistic styles, schools and movements; art patronage, and materials and techniques. Articles are peer reviewed. The online Dictionary is updated frequently. Corresponds to and updates the 34-volume Dictionary of Art published in 1996. The print set is available on the first floor of the library.
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A bibliographic database that cites articles from more than 350 English-language periodicals, plus full-text of over 95 of those periodicals. It covers the fields of archaeology and classical studies, art and photography, history, and much more.
A historic archive of scholarly journals that includes the arts and humanities.
Historical Abstracts (1954-present) offers citations to thousands of scholarly articles, books, reviews, and dissertations about topics in world history (excluding the U.S. and Canada). The database also encompasses cultural subjects such as the fine arts, communication, language, fashion, music, interior design, warfare, religion, and politics.
Extensive coverage of scholarly articles on the history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present.
An index of journals in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics, published by the Johns Hopkins University Press and other university presses. Full text articles from scholarly journals in the arts.
Tip: When you view a full record for an article, read the abstract, or summary, to quickly ascertain if it is relevant to your research.
The Getty Research Portal™ is an online search platform providing global access to digitized art history texts. Through this multilingual, multicultural union catalog, scholars can search and download complete digital copies of publications for the study of art, architecture, material culture, and related fields. The Portal is free to all users. -- website
Database of over 1 billion records of books and other materials held in more than 10,000 academic, public, special and national libraries around the world. Use WorldCat to locate materials outside of Southwestern, in almost any area of study, or to locate items in specific libraries and research collections.
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