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Art History: Getting Started

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Finding Library Resources Near You

Taking classes remotely this year? Here is a tutorial on how to find resources at a library near you!

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New Books in Art History

Citing Sources

The most commonly used citation style in historical scholarship is Chicago, notes and bibliography. Check out our Citation Guide for other styles, and more in-depth information about Chicago. For help with citing primary sources, see this resource from the Library of Congress.

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Key resources for art history.

Reference Resources for Art & Art HIstory

Local Resources and Organizations

A handful of links to local resources and organizations here in the Twin Cities to help kick-start your research process.

Visual Resources Specialist

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Katie Retterath
Contact:
Art Commons 201
Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center
krettera@macalester.edu
(651) 696-6691

www.macalester.edu/vrl