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Use this guide to access resources curated for your research into art history topics.
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Academic Integrity

From Academic Integrity Site, Columbia College

 MLA Guide: Avoiding Plagiarism




Suggested Databases

Source: Google Images

    With more than a thousand academic journals and over 1 million images, letters, and other primary sources, JSTOR is one of the world's most trusted sources for academic content.
  • Artstor Digital Library
    The Artstor Digital Library is an image database featuring an unparalleled range of images from some of the world's leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists in one easily-navigated repository. It is the most comprehensive image resource available for educational and scholarly use, with many rare and important collections available nowhere else.
  • EBSCO Academic Search Premier
    Academic Search Premier is your go-to database to search for articles in journals, magazines, newspapers, and other publications.
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
    Use the GVRL eBooks to start exploring information on your topic. Many articles contain bibliographies with scholarly articles.
  • NY Times Historical Newspaper
    Search for articles from 1850 to the present
  • ProQuest Ebook Central
    Many ebooks on the art of the ancient world.

How to Recognize and Find a Scholarly Journal

Thank you to Vanderbilt University's Peabody Library for this excellent video illustrating the differences among scholarly journals and other periodical types.

Best Websites for Art History

Source: Turin Museum


Google Scholar


Find a Book/eBook in the Library!

Search for a book in the WE Library

All eBooks are searchable through our Destiny Catalog.

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Reading Scholarly Articles

Reading Academic Journals

This site from SUNY Brockport summarizes the parts of an academic article and discusses how to read one.


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