The Adams Library provides access to lots of art journals, such as Art Journal,Greece & Rome, Journal of Visual Culture, and The Art Bulletin.
What is a scholarly article?
Scholarly articles are written by experts in specific academic disciplines for other experts. Students frequently use information from scholarly articles in their research.
Scholars write articles to share research and ideas in their fields of study. For that reason, articles contain information that is very specific. It is best to know something about your topic before searching for articles.
Scholarly articles are generally published by academic journals, such as Art Bulletin.
Journals will often put articles through a peer-review process prior to publication.
The library provides access to print and digital scholarly articles. The best way to find scholarly articles on your research topic is to use an article database.
Art & Architecture Complete includes full-text coverage for hundreds of periodicals dating back to 1937 and additional full-text for hundreds of books. Contains selective coverage for nearly 60 additional publications and a robust collection of images provided by Picture Desk and others.
This archival database features high-quality indexing of historical literature on a variety of art topics from the years 1929 to 1984. Chronicling over half a century of art literature, it covers fine, decorative, and commercial art. Art Index Retrospective contains hundreds of titles from feature articles, interviews, film reviews, book reviews, bibliographies, exhibition listings, conference reports, anthologies, and editorials.
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Kubikat is the collective catalog of four of the leading German scholarly research institutes in the field of art history. As the largest art libraries database, Kubikat currently contains more than 1.7 million records including 900,000 articles in scholarly periodicals, conference papers, commemorative volumes and exhibition catalogs.