Thank you for visiting the Art History Research Guide! This guide is meant to primarily support Art History undergraduates, MA 4+1 students, Visual Studies PhD students, and Art History faculty in their research adventures. Whether you're looking for exhibition reviews, contemporary art journals, video and media art, or whatever it might be -- the library has you covered! Explore the various tabs to discover endless resources. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me with any question at all!
My librarianship is steered by a commitment to social justice issues within the field of information studies and academia. I am a member of the Intersectional Feminism & Art Special Interest Group of ARLIS NA, and I closely follow discussions and issues that arise within Critlib (short for "critical librarianship"). CritLib is a movement of library workers dedicated to bringing social justice principles into libraries, recognizing that we work in systems that favor white supremacy, capitalism, and a range of structural inequalities. In my free time, you'll catch me practicing wobbly ceramics, walking near the sea, or hanging out with my foster pup, Wylie, at local coffee spots!
An eBook resource that features important works of scholarship in the history of art, architecture, decorative arts, photography, and design. Features exhibition catalogs, artist monographs, catalogues raisonnes, and surveys. Publishers include: National Gallery of Art, Harvard, Yale University Press, Princeton, Paul Mellon Centre, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, MIT Press, among others.