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HISTORY OF ART AND DESIGN: KEY RESOURCES

 

 These resources allow you to search across subject specific collections. Use them to do the following;

  • Do a systematic search
  • To be able to create an account to save your searches
  • Record your search history
  • Narrow your results to different types of evidence key to your subject, e.g systematic reviews or quantitative or qualitative studies.

Key History of Art Resources

 

We have put together a list below of Open Access and relevant subscribed journal titles, that may be of interest to students studying Art History, Museum Studies, Heritage, and Curation studies.

Museum, Curation and Heritage Journals.

Print journals can be found on the first floor of St Peters House Library. They can be useful for the historical and contemporary study of art and design, for visual research and as a primary source material. Often their content is not indexed via our resource discovery tools so browsing is advised. To help you do this, Library staff have put together a list of art and design print journals in the Library:

Fashion and Women's Print Journals

Key resources user guides

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Arts & Humanities Database

User guide

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International Bibliography of Art (IBA)

User guide

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JSTOR

User guides for searching JSTOR

Website Video

Literature Searching tutorials

Other ways to find articles

Use the Online Journal Finder A-Z

  • To search for a specific journal title
  • Check the date range we hold a journal title

Use OneSearch

  • To check if the library has a specific online article.
  • Search for books, ebooks and journal articles in one go.
  • Gather keywords for your search topic.
  • Get a good understanding of the range of literature on your topic.

What if I can't access an article?

  • If the library does not have an article you need you can request it via Interlibrary loan.