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Wondering what design journals even exist that are considered peer-reviewed or academic titles? Try out BrowZine, which allows you to explore and easily read many of the library journal subscriptions we have access to online! While it's different from searching a library database, it can be useful to search specific journals using keyword searching or by browsing issues. You can download the app, create your own account, and set up alerts so you never miss the latest issue!
How do you find scholarly, peer-reviewed articles and other research sources about art topics?
Check out the Art Library's A-Z list of art databases. In these databases, you'll find research materials such as:
Indexing and abstracting of periodicals and dissertations in fine, decorative and commercial art, folk art, photography, film, and architecture. Also includes images. 1984 - present (full text back to 1995).
Abstracts for journals and books in the fields of contemporary art, artists' books, theatre arts, ceramics, glass art, graphic design, museums and galleries as well as illustration, painting, printmaking, sculpture and drawing. Late 1960s - present.