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Art & Art History: Articles

Use this resource and research guide for Art History.

Why Articles?

Scholarly journal articles are great for:

  • research reports
  • current information
  • narrow topics
  • information for experts

Popular magazine and newspaper articles cover:

  • news reports
  • information for the general public

Browse Journals

Link to all journals.

Find Newspaper Articles

Art Index

Also find citations to articles in Art Index  items published 1935-2006. Ask for this index at the circulation desk. 

Databases for Art

The following databases contain articles about concept development and graphic design. Most articles are full-text or may be found in the library's collection or ordered through Interlibrary Loan.

EBSCOhost Databases - Click the "Academic Search Complete" link then select the following from the "Choose Databases" link:

Other Databases to Search:

Getting to full text

The PDF icon should open Adobe Reader and show the full text of the article as originally published. Print and save from the Adobe Reader interface.

WorldCat link The "Find Full Text" link will take you to the library's Discovery system. If the article is available full text through another source, a few clicks should take you to it. If it is not, you will see a message recommending an interlibrary loan request.

"Interlibrary Loan" or "ILL" service is free to OCU students, faculty, and staff and usually takes 3 - 5 days. The library staff requests the article from another library and then emails it to you.

For articles not found through EBSCOhost, check the library's Discovery System for the article or request through Interlibrary Loan.

Interlibrary Loan: Articles & Books

Request a Journal Article

If ... it isn't available full text online or in the library's journals list.

search and click on "Request through ILL (arrives in 3 days to 3 weeks)"

fill in article title and author, journal title, date, volume, issue, and page numbers plus your contact information

Request a Book
If … it we don't own a copy and it isn’t a course textbook by using "Request through Interlibrary Loan" in
 

or fill in title, author, publisher, and date plus your contact information on the

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