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ENGL 105:071 Writing in the Humanities - Art History & Visual Culture (Crystall)  

Last Updated: Nov 6, 2013 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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Sahmat Collective

The exhibition catalogue is on Art Library Reserves
(NX180.P64 M67 2013)  


Evaluating Sources

Here are a few criteria that you could consider in order to determine whether or not an article, book, or website is of a quality worthy of inclusion in your research assignment (e.g., paper, presentation, etc.).


What is in this guide?

This page provides links to important resources selected for students taking Professor Crystall's Writing in the Humanities course, with a focus on the Sahmat Collective exhibition in the Ackland Art Museum.  This guide will help you research 20th century South Asian art and topics such as "participatory art", "art and social activism", "communalism in India",  and the artists featured in the exhibition.

Find Background Info

  • Oxford Art Online
    Includes the Grove Art Online, an encyclopedia of art, with general introductions to a variety of topics related to this course.
  • Heilburnn Timeline of Art
    Compiled by the Metropolitan Museum of Art's curatorial, conservation, and education staff, covers pre-history to the present day. Contents arranged chronologically, geographically, and thematically.
  • Subject Guide for Iconography, Mythology, Symbolism in Art & Visual Culture
    In this guide, you'll find a selection of resources helpful when researching iconography across different geographic regions and chronological periods.

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