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Top Tools Ceramics Research for Spring 2020
Earlham Libraries Catalog & Beyond
Search for your artist or historic period, or culture. Try limiting to Earlham Library and ebooks.
Art & Architecture Complete
Find Scholarly, magazine and newspaper articles.
Try searching your artist, period, or cutlure on one search line, with "ceramics or pottery" in the second line.
Try limiting results to Linked Full Text or Held by Earlham.
Oxford Art Online
Trying searching for your artist, or more likely, culture or time period, and looking for the section on ceramics/pottery.
Books and Media
Most art-related books are located in the "N" call number range, and the oversized shelves, located near the "N's"
Ceramics and some crafts are located in the "TP" call number range. All are located on the third floor of Lilly.
To find all related materials you may need to use multiple search terms. Some example Library of Congress subject headings, which are useful in the library catalog and our ebook collections:
Ceramic sculpture 20th century
Ceramic sculpture 20th century Japan
Pottery themes motives
Pottery 19th century
Pottery Mexican 20th century
Pottery 21st century
Porcelain 18th century
Mesoamerican art pottery
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