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FYSB 1422: Art, AIDS, Activism

This guide was made by Arts Librarian Meredith Wisner and Curator of the Barnard Zine Library Jenna Freedman to support Alice Reagan's First Year Seminar on Art, AIDS, Activism in Fall 2021 at Barnard College

General Research Databases

The listed databases include both historical and modern content, scholarly articles, trade magazines, and newspapers. Each database has a description of the kind of content it contains.

Dance and Theater

Journal Articles in Art History

Databases in CLIO

There are over 90 databases covering art, architecture and the applied arts in the Columbia Library system. May of these are specialty databases covering the creative output of a particular culture, period or discipline. Below you will find some of the most commonly used databases in art history. You can find a complete list in CLIO. The two most comprehensive journal databases for western art history are:

Other commonly used databases