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Art history subject guide

Background Information
Find background information via Oxford Art Online and other recommended encyclopedias
Books & Exhibition Catalogues
Find books via the library catalogue and other external resources.
Journal Articles
Find articles via art, architecture and other relevant databases.
Find high quality images via Artstor and other art and visual culture image collections.
Art Sales & Provenance
Find art auction records and sales globally using Art Sales Indexes and more.
Aanchal Malhotra - Remnants of a Separation
Primary Sources & Archives
Find archival records and more using the library’s primary source databases.
  • Art History 200 Research Guide - fall 2017 
    This page provides an overview to help you with your ARTH200 assignment. You will also find the slides used for tutorial 1 (finding background information & books/exhibition catalgoues) and tutorial 2 (finding periodical literature and using databases) here.

EAHR: Undergraduate Research Residency

In Collaboration with the Concordia Library. Made possible with the support of Concordia’s Department of Art History.

EAHR Research Residency: Diversifying Academia at Concordia is a paid, self-directed research program aimed at providing valuable training and professional exposure for undergraduate students. Organized by the Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group (EAHR), the residency promotes critical engagement with issues of ethnic and cultural representation within the visual arts in Canada. EAHR acknowledges the role academia plays in the representation of ethnic and cultural minority art histories; as such the program encourages undergraduate art historians-in-residence to make a scholarly commitment to the investigation of underrepresented areas in the history of the arts and visual culture through a critical review of the available print and online sources of a proposed area of research.

The  Ethnocultural Art Histories Research (EAHR) Group is a student-driven research community based within the Art History Department of Concordia University (Montreal, QC).

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