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  1. The Bibliophile Library of Literature Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 23) by Various, 1904
  2. The Bibliophile Library of Literature Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 11) (Witn Pronouncing and biographical dictionary) by various, 1904
  3. Meet authors, artists at library.(Arts & Literature): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  4. The Bibliophile Library of Literature Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 4) by Various, 1904
  5. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 18); History, Biography, Science, Poetry, Drama, Travel, Adventure, by International Bibliophile Society, 2010-01-03
  6. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare MANUSCRIPTS by Forest Morgan and Caroline Tickner Nathan Haskell Dole, 1904-01-01
  7. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 16); History, Biography, Science, Poetry, Drama, Travel, Adventure, by International Bibliophile Society, 2010-01-03
  8. The American Library Of Art, Literature And Song V4 (1886) by Henry Coppee, 2010-05-23
  9. The American Library of Art, Literature and Song, Choice Selections Vol. III by Henry Coppee, 2010-01-14
  10. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts - Volume 30
  11. The Bibliophile Library of Literature Art and Rare Manuscripts Thirty Volumes by Nathan Haskell, Morgan, Forrest, and Ticknor, Caroline, Compiled and Arran Dole, 1904-01-01
  12. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 3); History, Biography, Science, Poetry, Drama, Travel, Adventure, by International Bibliophile Society, 2010-01-03
  13. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 30); History, Biography, Science, Poetry, Drama, Travel, Adventure, by International Bibliophile Society, 2010-01-02
  14. The Bibliophile Library of Literature, Art and Rare Manuscripts (Volume 22); History, Biography, Science, Poetry, Drama, Travel, Adventure, by International Bibliophile Society, 2010-01-03

61. MSU Libraries - Art Library
BHA covers literature on Western art from late antiquity (4th CAD to the present,including architecture, painting, sculpture Other art libraries A Selection
The Art Library in the Fine Arts Library
Electronic Resources
The Art Library houses collections for the visual arts, architecture and photography (the N and TR classifications), supporting research and teaching in the visual arts and architecture, art education, human environment and design, and museum studies. Additional significant art research holdings, such as illuminated manuscript facsimiles, rare books, microforms and software, are located in the Main Library. Research Guides for Courses
Other MSU Resources

Illuminated Manuscript Facsimiles

Internet Resources
Electronic Resources
(All resources are available here
  • Art Abstracts
    A dependable, comprehensive, and authoritative information source about the world of the arts from architecture to video. Covers 222 leading art publications, 1984 to the present, from around the world and serves as a comprehensive record of art reproductions that appear in the indexed publications.
  • Art Index Retrospective
    Covers over 200 major journals in the visual arts including archaeology, architecture, art history, planning, film, graphic arts, design, photography and related fields.

62. UWM Libraries, Multmedia Library, Mediagraphy -- Library And Information Science
Achieving Breakthrough Service in libraries Amazing Adventures of Mr. Bean And YourLibrary Beyond Words The Marriage of art and literature in Bookmaking
The Multimedia Library, located on the first floor in the east wing, has over 4,300 videotapes and DVDs, and over 1,600 CD-ROMs covering a multitude of subjects. Below is a listing of titles currently available on the topic of library and information science. For more information on these titles consult the Library's online catalog . To search for videotapes in the online catalog use the location search limit "Multimedia Library - VHS." To search for CD-ROMs use the location search limit "Multimedia Library-CD-ROM."
UWM faculty, staff, teaching assistants, research assistants, and graduate students can check out videotape titles in the Multimedia Library collection for up to seven days depending upon availability. UWM undergraduate students may borrow videotape titles from the Multimedia Library collection, except for titles that have been placed on Reserve, for up to three days depending upon availability. All of the titles can also be used in the Library's Multimedia Viewing Room (E157). The UWM campus community can check out many of the CD-ROM titles with their valid UWM ID or Library card. Many of the CD-ROM titles can also be used in the Library's Electronic Reserve Viewing Room (E176). For more information consult the Multimedia Library web page at

63. Databases A-Z
the state's public, school, academic, and special libraries. 500 periodicals in archaeology,art, classics, film religion, world history, and world literature.
UWM Libraries Home Search Catalog Hours Forms ... Contact Us
D atabases A-Z
Easy access from off-campus
Access to most titles is restricted to computers on campus and to off-campus users with valid UWM ID numbers. Newest Additions Databases with Some Full Text Databases by Subject
SELECT A SUBJECT to jump to discipline-specific databases Anthropology Art and Architecture Business and Economics Chemistry Computer Science Current Events Earth Sciences Education Engineering Film, Theater and Dance Government Information History Language, Literature and Communication Law and Criminal Justice Library and Information Science Life and Health/Biological Sciences Mathematics Multicultural Studies Multidisciplinary Topics Music Philosophy and Religious Studies Physics and Astronomy Political Science and International Studies Psychology Reference Science - General Sociology and Social Work Urban Studies Women's Studies Databases by Vendor/Publisher
EBSCOhost FirstSearch Gale ... Wilson Click on the first letter of the name of the index you would like to search. Need help? Try the Subject Guides or Ask a Librarian A B C ... W
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64. University Of Arkansas Libraries - Current Exhibits
renewable certificates in art and literature from Arkansas as painting and enteringart shows all The University libraries are commemorating AfricanAmerican

info what's new
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Norma Tomboulian Exhibit

"W. E. B. Du Bois: His Works and Ideas"
Daisy Bates Exhibit Women's History Month - Books and Photographs ... Permanent Art Exhibits Watercolors by
Norma Tomboulian (Located in the Public Services areas on the Lobby Level of Mullins Library) Norma Tomboulian was born in Lansing, Michigan, and raised in Ithaca, New York. She studied painting and sculpture at Cornell University and at the County Center in White Plains, New York. She has had five one-woman shows, which have also appeared in a number of national juried art exhibits and several group shows. Pieces of her work are in the collections of the Charles Sumner Museum in Washington, D.C., in the Fort Smith Arts Center and in numerous private collections. Tomboulian moved from upstate New York to Arkansas in July 1977 and has lived in northwest Arkansas ever since. She has four children, all of them teachers and artists of one kind or another, and seven grandchildren.
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"W. E. B. Du Bois: His Works and Ideas"

65. YRL Exhibits Committee Archives -- Armenian Art And Literature Today
Among the questions discussed were What were the causes of the recent explosionof Armenian art and literature? What are the themes of the literature?
April - June 2001
Main Exhibit Area Great upheavals took place recently in Armenia even before the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. The rise of the Karabagh movement in late 1987 was followed by a war to protect Nagorno Karabagh's independence during 1992-94. A massive earthquake in December 1988 in northern Armenia took the lives of 30,000 people and orphaned thousands of children. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, Armenia established itself as a republic in May 1991, and its leaders, who had little political and diplomatic experience, faced the challenges of building a market economy and finding solutions to the Azerbaijani and Turkish blockades. Among the new republic's leaders were many writers and intellectuals who had been at the forefront of the struggle for freedom; one of them, Levon Ter Petrossian, became the republic's first president in October 1991. With Soviet censorship removed, writers and artists produced works that reflected a range of reactions, including pain, despair, hopelessness, the struggle to survive, and other social and psychological crises. New periodicals and newspapers featured work by new artists, and journals also devoted extensive amounts of space to the work of foreign artists. Much classical and contemporary foreign literature was translated into Armenian. And filmmakers with financial support from abroad produced films, such as Vigen Chaldranian's feature film "Kyrie Eleison." The World Conference in Contemporary Armenian Literature, organized by the UCLA Narekatsi Chair for Armenian Studies, took place on April 7-8 in UCLA's Rolfe Auditorium. This two-day conference brought more than 30 poets, writers, and critics from various countries, including 15 from Armenia. Among the questions discussed were: What were the causes of the recent explosion of Armenian art and literature? What are the themes of the literature? What is happening to the language? What is the quality of the work? What is the current state of poetry, prose, and drama? And what is the nature of Armenian diaspora literature? In the course of history, Armenia went through long periods of political powerlessness during which culture played the crucial role in maintaining the continuity of ethnic tradition; has this been true in the last decade of the twentieth century? What is the role of the writer/artist today in Armenia and the diaspora?

66. University Of Minnesota Libraries - Wilson Library
and literature Area Studies art Education art History Central and literature SociologySpanish Language and literature Speech Communication University libraries
Humanities and Social Sciences Subjects Guides
If you do not find a guide for your subject here, try the Subject Resources page, the Subject Libraries and Collections located in Wilson, the appropriate Subject Specialist or Research QuickStart African American Studies
African Studies

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67. Middle East Studies - Arabic Literature
Email mideast Middle East Studies Internet Resourceshome. Libyan literature and art (in Arabic, via Ibrahim Ighneiwa).
Middle East Studies
Internet Resources
Mideast Studies Email:
Middle East Studies Internet Resources home WWW Virtual Library ... Department home
Arabic Literature

68. Databases (reference Works & Indexes): Subject Category: Art, Architecture & Mus
from 42 19thcentury American art journals. Musicale citations and abstracts formusic literature. of unique materials from archives, libraries, and museums
Subject Category:
AATA Online: Abstracts of International Conservation Literature citations and abstracts for publications on the management and conservation of material cultural heritage. African Studies citations and abstracts of African studies materials. AIDA: Articoli italiani di periodici accademici index to some 1,000 Italian scholarly journals in arts, the humanities and social sciences since 1997. Alt-PressWatch full-text articles from alternative press publications. American Film Institute Catalog catalog of American film. American Memory a rich collection of images and full-text documents relating to U.S. history and culture from the Library of Congress. AMICO: Art Museum Image Consortium images of art. Anthropological Literature citations for articles and essays in anthropology and archaeology periodicals and edited works. AP Photo Archive Associated Press photo archive. Art Index citations, some abstracts, and some full text of articles in art periodicals. ARTbibliographies Modern citations and abstracts for publications on modern and contemporary art (20th-21st centuries). bibliographic information and cited references in articles in arts, humanities, and history periodicals.

69. Rare Books And Manuscripts (Special Collections)
Collection of Avantgarde art and literature. Search Directions and Maps Catalog Applications Directories Bookstore libraries Computing Forms
About Hofstra Apply Online Ask Us Campus Map Computing Courses Directions E-mail Events Faculty FallCalendar Grades Hofstra Online January X Libraries Prospectus Registration See Hofstra Tuition-Fees
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West Campus Library
619 Fulton Avenue
Hempstead NY 11550-1090
Prof. Geri Solomon
Interim Director of Rare Books and Manuscripts
The Rare Books and Manuscripts Department is a repository for a number of research materials books, manuscripts, newspapers, maps and photographs which are organized in collections, rather than as individual titles. The materials in a collection may be associated with a particular person or group, or they may have other qualities in common, such as great age, rarity, or distinctive physical attributes. It is the focus of the particular collection, rather than the subject matter of the individual items, which gives the collection its identity. These materials complement the circulating collection and form the basis for specialized teaching and research.
A collection may represent the historic development of a field of study, a geographic area, or a genre of literature. For example, Hofstra University's Art of the Book Collection includes examples of rare books, incunabula, first editions, fine leather bindings, and private presses.

70. Te Puna Web Directory > NZ > Arts And Literature
arts libraries Society Australia and New Zealand Information about the ARLIS/ANZ PanderOS 2.0 A journal of ideas, art and literature from New Zealand.
Web Directory
NZ Arts and Literature See also:
  • Archives@ Crafts@ Libraries@ Museums@ ... @URL New Zealand arts resources
    A directory of web sites relating to the New Zealand arts: music, dance, visual arts, photography, crafts, festivals, Maori arts, theatre, and performing arts venues and listings.
    Arts : view beyond the plain

    Information and publicity about the Christchurch Arts Festival, the most recent one held in 2001. Events by name and by date, venue map, bookings and contact details.
    Arts Access Aotearoa is a charitable trust whose objectives are to ensure that people and communities of New Zealand have unhindered access to the arts, and opportunities to create, perform and develop their own arts. The Trust promotes the following principles: that all people have a right to creative expression; that all people should be encouraged to develop their creativity; that people with limited access to the arts should be provided with opportunities to access the arts; that barriers restricting access to the arts should be removed. The site features its publications, programmes and news.
    Arts Centre of Christchurch

    The Arts Centre is one of Christchurch's most significant cultural attractions. The distinctive gothic revival buildings are a colourful venue for arts, crafts and entertainment. The site has sections on: events, history, venue hire, merchandise and the Artist in Residence.

71. Queen's Libraries (Kingston, Canada) Art Library
effective means for accessing journal literature is through is available both inthe art Reference section, through the Queen's libraries homepage and
Art Information : the Basics
ARTH 230
Proposal for an Information Programme for the Department of Art
Access to the monograph or book collection will generally start with consulting QCAT , the Queen's Libraries online catalogue. QCAT contains information on all the monographs/books in the Queen's Libraries, as well as the titles of journals (not what's "in" them...see ) and other material. Course reserve lists are available through the QCAT main screen. Click on COURSE RESERVE and enter the instructor, department or course. QCAT will show a number of locations within the Art Library, such as Art Library-Reserve, Art Library-Folios, Art Library - Reference. Be sure to note the exact location with each call number. For tips on how to search the Queens University Library online catalogue, see the QCAT online TUTORIAL Connect to QCAT
Can't find what you need? Please ask Art Library Staff !
Access to the Exhibition Catalogues is now available through the library's online catalog. Search

72. University Of Mississippi Libraries - English/Literature - Subject Guide
folklore, history, language and linguistics, literature, music, Performance art,philosophy, theater mostly books) cataloged by OCLC member libraries.
John Cloy, Subject Specialist
Electronic Databases
Subject Specific Databases
African American Poetry (through Literature Online)
Full text African-American poetry 1750 to 1900.
American Poetry (through Literature Online)
Full text American poetry 1600 to 1900.
Book Review Digest
Includes reviews of current English-language fiction and nonfiction books.
Chadwyck-Healey Literature Online
Literature Online includes full-text English and American poetry, drama and some prose up to about 1900, African-American poetry up to 1900, and some 20th century poetry. Additionally, it include biographical information, references to critical articles (some available in full text), and links to websites about authors and their works. Webster's Third New International Dictionary and a King James Bible are also included.
Contemporary Authors
Resource for information on modern authors, including those who were active prior to 1960 and whose works continue to influence contemporary literature. Covers more than 100,000 current writers in a wide range of media
Contemporary Literary Criticism
CLC Select presents significant published criticism on the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers, and other creative writers now living or who died after December 31, 1959.

73. Stanford University Libraries: Art & Architecture Collections
records services facilities, and the Presidential libraries. including developmentsin visual art, architecture, decorative well as dance, literature, and music
Art Library
General Information
Databases Art Abstracts (formerly Art Index) An index to key international journals covering the fields of art, architecture, graphic arts, photography, and others. Reproductions of art are indexed as well as exhibition reviews. Covers articles published from 1984 to the present. Art Index Retrospective Complements Art Abstracts by indexing citations for articles published from 1929 to 1984. ARTbibliographies Modern One of the most comprehensive databases for modern and contemporary art including design, photography, and graphic arts. New and lesser-known artists, and foreign language literature are also emphasized. Indexes articles published from 1974 to the present. Arts and Humanities Citation Index A multidisciplinary database covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. This database can be used to find books and articles on your research topic and to trace who is citing who in academic literature. Covers materials published from 1975 to the present. Avery Index Indexes more than 1,000 periodicals published worldwide on architecture, archaeology, city planning, interior design, and historic preservation. Covers articles published from the 1930s to the present, with selective coverage dating to the 1850s.

74. Stanford University Libraries: Art & Architecture Collections
indexes. Nonart Periodical and literature Indexes General, discipline-specific,newspaper, dissertation, and book review indexes.
Art 600. Art History Bibliography and Library Methods Art Library General Information
Individual Reference Lists
Research Guides General guides to research, reading, and writing in the arts.

Lists of Published Catalogs of Books
International, national, and area library catalogs in print.

General and Topical Bibliographies
Ranging from art general to topical, medium, period, movement, artist, architect, art historian, and specialized; plus a listing of art library catalogs in print.

Art Periodical Indexes and Abstracting Services
Commercial and institutional guides to articles, essays within collected works, and festschriften, including art general, medium, and topical indexes.

Non-Art Periodical and Literature Indexes
General, discipline-specific, newspaper, dissertation, and book review indexes.

Art Encyclopedias
General, media-specific (Decorative Arts), geographic, or period (Early Christian).

Art Biographical Reference Sources
General, media specific, geographical, or period; indexes to biographical sources; guides to artists'; signatures and monograms.

Dictionaries of Art Terms

Exhibition Records Arranged by Artist

Guides to Art Techniques

Bibliographies of Art Auction Catalogs
Biographical Reference Works - Collectors, Dealers

75. Binghamton Univ. Libraries: Databases And Indexes: Subject List
Unlinked resources are CDROM databases, accessible only from PCs inside theLibraries Complete Listing. info, art literature International (RILA).
Databases and Indexes: Subject List
Alphabetical List These are all the electronic databases and indexes that the Libraries make accessible via the World Wide Web or on CD-ROM. Resources are unless otherwise indicated and have access and use restrictions . They are accessible only from PCs on the BU network or by using the library proxy server . Unlinked resources are CD-ROM databases, accessible only from PCs inside the Libraries: Complete Listing

  • Books, Serials, Dissertations

  • General Article Indexes

  • Reference
    ... WebSPIRS Use jake to find out where a journal is indexed online. Arts and Humanities
    = Unrestricted access FT = Contains full text =About the database 19th Century Masterfile Africana America: History and Life FT American Memory Project Architecture Database Art Index Art Literature International (RILA) ... Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) FT Cambridge Journals Online FT CatchWord CETEDOC Library of Christian Latin Texts Chicano Database FT Contemporary Authors FT Contemporary Literary Criticism Select FT Contemporary Women's Issues FT Dialog@CARL FT Dictionary of Literary Biography A Doll House English Short Title Catalogue FT Expanded Academic ASAP (InfoTrac) Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (sound tracks) HarpWeek Hispanic American Periodicals Index Historical Abstracts Index Translationum In Principio: Incipit Index of Latin Texts
  • 76. Binghamton Univ. Libraries: FirstSearch Databases
    art Index (FirstSearch) More than 200 key international to the printed RILM Abstractsof Music literature. and other covered items among OCLC member libraries.
    FirstSearch Databases
    FirstSearch provides databases and journal indexes of academic interest. For help with searching go to FirstSearch Home , then select the Intro icon. To determine if a journal is indexed in a FirstSearch database consult Periodical Titles in OCLC FirstSearch . For all databases and electronic indexes supported by the Libraries, see the complete Subject List To search a single database scroll down to the alphabetical list. To search up to three databases at one time, go to FirstSearch Home and under Databases Select one of the following: "List All," "List by Topic," or "Suggest Best." Please remember to exit your session. A selection of FirstSearch databases is provided by SUNYConnect
    B C ...
    AGRICOLA (FirstSearch)
    Over 2.9 million records covering every major agricultural subject.
    Update : monthly
    Alternative Press Index (FirstSearch)
    International and interdisciplinary index of nearly 300 alternative, radical and left periodicals, newspapers and magazines. Provides in-depth coverage in the humanities and social sciences. Includes selected abstracts from research journals.

    77. Avant-garde Periodicals
    libraries collections include a wealth of these ephemeral but valuable witnessesto the birth and development of the avantgarde in art and literature, in
    Avant-Garde Periodicals:
    "...little reviews, avant-garde reviews, are the very life of literature. You say that their consideration would be 'vital to anyone who might want to study the evolution of literature'; I will go further: they represent this evolution itself; they are both the symbol and the reality of itÂ…" Edouard Dujardin. Souvenirs et opinions varies , (December 1924): 138. The Sheridan Libraries collections include a wealth of these ephemeral but valuable witnesses to the birth and development of the avant-garde in art and literature, in original format in Special Collections, as well as in reprint, facsimile, and microform in the general collections.

    78. Art.Net Links: Literature References
    General resource for literary information and selected poetry, prose, and nonfiction literary sites.Category arts literature Directories...... relating to nature, wildlife, culture, people, travelling, and art. . by the Universityof Connecticut libraries links to literature sites, divided by
    Art.Net Links Online Literature References
    Hint : You can search this page by using the "find" or "search" function of your web browser.
    Groups Displays Writing Forums
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    The Alsop Review
    a site for "showcasing poets and writers whose work is clearly superlative".
    Anti-Art Productions
    "... an outlet, a forum, seeking to expose the truth which lies underneath the complacent, mediocre facade of the contemporary human condition."
    the kinte space
    "A cyber verse does not totally depend on the typesetting to divide itself into rhythms. Other media can be used to create the rhythm ... that is so essential to poetry. Interactive links to supplemental text, images, motion graphics and sound are not used to dress up or prop up the typesetting but it serves to compliment and enhance the intellection."
    Oceanside Connections Poetry Pages
    "A variety of traditional poetry by a diverse group of poets on a wide range of subjects. For those whose preference is rhyme and meter!"
    "Artist who work from life." writers, musicians, visual artists.

    79. Literature And Languages - Clemson University Libraries
    Greek and Roman history and politics, literature, philosophy, science, and art,offcampus WorldCat the combined catalogs of libraries from over 45
    Literature and Languages Literature Librarian:
    Camille Cooper

    Languages Librarian:
    Pam Draper

    Article Indexes
    Reference Sources Web Resources
    Article Indexes MLA International Bibliography
    literature, language, linguistics, and folklore, 1963-present
    off-campus access

    Clemson UserID and password required
    Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature

    English-language literature, linguistics, and folklore, 1920-present off-campus access Clemson UserID and password required World Shakespeare Bibliography index to articles, books, reviews, production information, dissertations, etc. about Shakespeare, 1977-present not available off campus ERIC research in education, including literature, composition, and languages, 1966-present off-campus access Clemson UserID and password required social, legal, economic, political, cultural, historical, literary, and health issues

    80. Logon To RLG's Eureka
    Similar pages Humanities CDROM Databases in UW libraries Union list of journals and newspapers in Canadian libraries, covers humanities rangeof titles covering topics from feminist art and literature, to gender
    Logon to RLG's Eureka RLG Account Password
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