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We have many more databases than these! To find others, check out our A-Z list, other research guides, or consult with me about what might be best to search for your topic.
An online portal providing access to over a century of full-text anthropological knowledge from publications of the American Anthropological Association.
Web of Science
An interdisciplinary database with article citations from major scholarly journals.
To see the fulltext links for GSU: On Google Scholar main page, click Settings in top right corner of screen, then at next screen click Library Links at left, search for Georgia State University, checkbox Georgia State University - FullText @ GSU.
A digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources. It offers an interdisciplinary journal archive across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The archive offers an interlinked aggregation of scholarly works as well as long-term preservation.
Bibliography of the History of Art
Covering European and American art from late antiquity to the present, indexes articles, art-related books, conference proceedings, dissertations, and exhibition catalogs - includes archaeological topics
Images and some virtual tours of material culture and art.
Many databases give you only a citation telling you where to find the article, not the article itself.
Click the Find It @GSU button to open a window with links to the article you need.
If that fails, try searching for the journal title in GIL-Find, or use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request it from another library.
Lost? Stuck? Too many options? Ask a Librarian for help!
Cited Reference Searching
Found an incredibly relevant source for your topic? Do cited reference searches to find researchers who are citing that relevant source - their research might be relevant to you as well, and even more current.
Found an incredibly relevant source for your topic? Mine its references for previously-published sources the authors are citing that might also be relevant to your research.