Use the Music guide to find music scores, sound recordings, articles and books about music and more. Classical music fans will be introduce to our online streaming collection, Classical Music Library. Researchers will also find recommended web resources covering a variety of genres.
We are excited to announce our JSTOR coverage now includes Arts & Sciences Collection V. The focus of this collection is on core disciplines in the arts and humanities, such as philosophy, history, classics, religion, art & art history, and language & literature.
JSTOR provides access to archival issues of scholarly journals across more than 50 academic disciplines. The most recently published issue of any current journal will not appear in JSTOR until 1-5 years after the publishing date.
Notable Arts & Sciences V Titles:
The Antioch Review
Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics
The Chaucer Review
Getty Research Journal
Journal of American Ethnic History
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion
Journal of Film and Video
Journal of Folklore Research
Journal of Modern Literature
Journal of Nietzsche Studies
Massachusetts Historical Review
North American Review
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography
Polish American Studies
Research in African Literatures
Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric
Science Fiction Studies
I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance
World Literature Today
Users can create a MyJSTOR account to save searches or citations.
Recently Bruce traveled to Savannah and when he got home, he wanted to know more about Yamacraw Bluff the most historic site in Georgia and the early years of the colony. The librarian recommended he try the New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Recently the New Georgia Encyclopedia launched a newly redesigned site. This collection includes over 2,000 articles and 6,000 images related to the rich history and diverse culture of Georgia. Users can search the collection directly or browse the following categories of interest: arts & culture, business & economy, counties, cities & neighborhoods, education, geography & environment, history & archaeology, science & medicine, sports & outdoor recreation and people. The destination feature includes art across Georgia, 10 major Civil War sites, 7 natural wonders of Georgia and north GA in the fall.
JSTOR is an excellent multidisciplinary database that contains the archives of leading academic journals across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. It provides full text access from the first journal issues to the most recent 3–7 years depending on the specific journal.
Users can browse by subject: African American Studies, Anthropology, Art & Art History, Asian Studies, Biological Sciences, Business, Criminal Justice, Ecology, Economics, Education, Film Studies, Finance, Health Sciences, History, Law, Literature, Marketing & Advertising, Mathematics, Music, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Statistics, Technology and Women’s Studies.
Calling all artists, we have a libguide just for you! The Art libguide introduces students to general art resources. Here you will find suggestions on how to gather quality resources for research on art topics. It highlights how to find articles & books plus images online.
Oxford Reference is a full-text collection of encyclopedias and dictionaries, as well as a critical selection of partner publishers scholarly works. These major reference titles cover the Arts, History & Culture, Literature & Language, Law, Media Studies, Medicine & Health, Philosophy & Religion, Science & Technology and Social Sciences.
The content of the collection is available in a variety of reference types:
Overview Pages: provide free navigational guides to a topic and contain a heading, a short definition and links to a selection of other entries on that topic and to related topics
Subject Reference: encyclopedia entries from the general reference content
Timelines: timelines of events, arranged according to world history, areas, and themes
Quotations: entries from dictionaries of quotations, which tell you who said what, about what, and when
English Dictionaries: entries from dictionaries which give English language definitions of terms
Bilingual Dictionaries: entries from bilingual dictionaries which offer translations of terms in various languages
Users need to limit results to “provided by library” to discover content provided by Clayton State and can request locked content using Interlibrary Loan.
Customize your search experience by creating a My Work account. Select Sign up in the top right corner of the window (just above the search box), and follow the instructions given. Users can save book entries and searches for future sessions. Your work is organized into 4 folders: most recent, my content, my searches and my account.
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Talk about bringing a story to life! Check out this Web Urbanist blog post collecting 31 examples of extraordinary sculptures made out of books. From dime-store novels to classics to phone books, if you’ve never felt drawn into an amazing read, you will now. Some of the artists featured are:
- Alexander Korzer-Robinson
- Thomas Allen
- Alex Queral
- Isaac Salazar
- Su Blackwell
- Guy Laramee
- Brian Dettmer
On a side note, please do not attempt this with any library-owned items. Thanks! 🙂