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  • Historical Abstracts
    Citations and abstracts for journal articles, books and dissertations on world history from 1450 to present, 1954-present.
  • JSTOR
    Core scholarly journals from a range of disciplines, dating from the earliest issue of each journal to a few years before present.
  • Academic Search Premier
    A good starting point: articles from key journals in many scholarly disciplines, with some trade journals and magazines, 1975-present.
  • Expanded Academic ASAP
    Articles from scholarly and general-interest periodicals relating to the humanities, social sciences, and non-technical general sciences, 1980-present.
  • Humanities International Complete
    Journal articles in archaeology, classics, cultural studies, arts, philosophy, history, linguistics, and literature, plus literary magazines, 1975-present.
  • ITER: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
    A bibliography of scholarly publications on the Middle Ages and Renaissance; the ITER Italia manuscript catalog; and three journals. Covers the period 400-1700; citations date back to 1784.
  • ATLA Religion database
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Welcome to the library course guide page for Art History 313: High Renaissance and Mannerist Art in Italy.

This guide is intended to help you in your class work. This course is multi-disciplinary, and encompasses many different types of academic and popular discourse.

In the database pages, I have suggested both general and art-specific databases which may have articles relating to your research. It is not, of course, exhaustive.

The best way of getting to databases in any specific discipline is to use the Research Databases Guide.

If you'd like an individual research consultation on your paper topic, please contact me and we'll set up a time to meet.

If you've reviewed all the presentations in the left column on doing research, I drive home a few key points here.

Dr. Peter Stern
pstern@library.umass.edu
545-3967

 

 

 

 

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