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PIT ARHI 183 / The Art World Since 1989 / Ennis / Fall 2021


Welcome to the Research Guide for ARHI183: The Art World Since 1989! This guide is designed to provide you with resources needed to complete your final essay.

Reminder: You can always meet with me to get help with your research! I'm also happy to help with citation and copyright questions. You can set up a meeting either by emailing me directly ( or by using the appointment scheduler (select "schedule appointment" under my profile picture).

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Slides from our class session:

Glass Blowing, Pitzer College (prof. David Furman), n.d., courtesy of Claremont Digital Library

Key Databases for Finding Sources

These are some of the main art resources that can help you get your research started. In addition to the resources listed below, there are many other resources you can use in your online research. Navigate to the side bar and look under "Scholarly Sources" and "Finding Newspapers, Magazines, Images, and Artists" to explore more.

Identifying 6 Important Written Source Types Used in Art Research

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