Journal articles published worldwide on architecture and design, archaeology, city planning, interior design, landscape architecture, and historic preservation. Coverage is from the 1930s (with selective coverage dating back to the 1740s) to the present. Updated weekly.
Publishes current research articles, symposia, special issues, and timely reviews of books in aesthetics and the arts. The “arts” are taken to include not only the traditional forms such as music, literature, landscape architecture, dance, painting, architecture, sculpture, and other visual arts, but also more recent additions including photography, film, earthworks, performance and conceptual art, the crafts and decorative arts, contemporary technical innovations, and other cultural practices, including work and activities in the field of popular culture.
The Artstor Digital Library provides over 1.6 million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with an accessible suite of software tools for teaching and research. You need to register (free for MHC community members) if you wish to download ArtStor images.
This multi-disciplinary database provides full text for more than 4,600 journals, including full text (PDFs) for nearly 3,900 peer-reviewed titles. Backfiles to 1975 or further are available for well over one hundred journals, and searchable cited references are provided for more than 1,000 titles.
EBSCO has graciously allowed temporary access to an expanded amount of full-text content to help our community during the COVID-19 disruption. Expanded access includes:
9,283 active full-text journals and magazines
6,410 active, full-text, peer-reviewed journals with no embargo
5,307 active full-text journals indexed in Web of Science or Scopus
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community.
Many citations in art historical research can be located by reviewing exhibition catalogs and by reviewing the citation list in reference sources such as Oxford Art Online. It's easy to overlook the citations in Oxford Art Online. If you have additional questions contact your librarian.