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Kelly Cannon
Outreach and Scholarly
Communication Librarian,
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Subject Specialist

phone: 484-664-3602
email: kcannon@muhlenberg.edu

 

Getting to the full text

Once you have found the citation of a journal article you're interested in, click on the Check for Full Text buttons found next to the citation.

Reference Works (bibiography)

Primary Sources from the Web

Secondary Scholarly Sources (Books)

Books (monographs, collected essays, exhibition catalogs):

  • Encompass Search
    Encompass Search searches for books and other resources, first in our own library, and then beyond, in other research libraries.
  • Google Books
    Previews of content. Use in conjunction with interlibrary loan.

Secondary Scholarly Sources (Periodicals)

  • Art Full Text
    Index and selected full text from art periodicals, 1929-present. Full text journals include Architects' Journal, Art Bulletin, and Art Journal.
  • Google Scholar
    May be used in conjunction with interlibrary loan. Access to full text is maximized by searching from the Muhlenberg network.
  • Historical Abstracts with Full Text
    Provides indexing, abstracts, and selected full text of articles appearing in history journals, with emphasis on world history from 1450 to present (excluding the U.S. and Canada which are covered in America: History and Life). It includes citations to books, journal articles, and dissertations.
  • JSTOR
    A subscription database. An archive for many scholarly journals including some in art history.

Citing Sources

For tips on citing print and electronic sources, visit Trexler Library's Citation Guides.

For automated citation, try the shareware Zotero.


Annotated bibliographies:

Visit the University of Central Florida's Annotated Bibliographies guide.

      
     

    Interlibrary Loan

    Most any item not immediately available in our library or in the research databases can be requested on interlibrary loan by filling out the appropriate form for articles or books.
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