Art

Bloomsbury Architecture Collection

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This collection contains 42 ebooks on architecture, urbanism, and interior design published by Bloomsbury Academic. This collection also contains the digital edition of Sir Banister Fletcher's Global History of Architecture with its original figures and new full color photographs.

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WGSN

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Students and Faculty: Login to WGSN using your library card then create an account using your DUPAGE.EDU or COD.EDU email address.

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WGSN is a market intelligence tool. It examines current and future trends in a variety of design and creative industries. This rich resource includes trend forecasting reports, trade show reports, examinations of consumer behaviors, merchandising advice, and much more. WSGN's reports can be downloaded to your computer or saved to your WGSN account. Reports include data sources and cited images that can be downloaded individually, as well as templates and other tools for use in Photoshop & Illustrator. WGSN can also be used to get ideas for paper and presentation topics.
How to sign up for your personal WGSN account.

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Animal Studies

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This Research Guide was created to provide access to resources related to the multidisciplinary field of Animal Studies. While not comprehensive, this Research Guide provides links to important works related to the Animal Studies field.

Do you have suggestions for the guide? Send to Ken Orenic

Please direct questions to the Committee's Co-Chairs:
David Ouellette
Marian Kuchinski

  1. First Steps
  2. Animal Ethics and Animals in Philosophy
  3. In the News
  4. Animal Behavior and Zoology
  5. Animals in Art
  6. Animals in Literature
  7. Protection of Animals
  8. Conferences & Workshops

Bekoff, Marc. "Increasing Our Compassion Footprint: The Animals' Manifesto." Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science, vol. 43, no. 4, Dec. 2008, pp. 771-781. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1111/j.1467-9744.2008.00959.x.

Berger, John. "”Why look at Animals?” About Looking. 1st American ed. ed., New York, Pantheon Books, 1980.
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Herzog, Hal. “The Importance of Being Cute: Why We Think What We Think about Animals That Don’t Think Like Us.” Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat : Why It's so Hard to Think Straight About Animals. 1st ed. ed., New York, NY, Harper, 2010.
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Waldau, Paul. "Animal Studies in the Key of Animal Rights." Animalia, Vol 1, Issue 1, June 26, 2015

Singer, Peter. "Speciesism and Moral Status." Metaphilosophy, vol. 40, no. 3/4, July 2009, pp. 567-581. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1111/j.1467-9973.2009.01608.x.

All thoughts are equal : Laruelle and nonhuman philosophy
by John Ó Maoilearca
Available via I-Share

Animal consciousness - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
By Colin Allen & Michael Trestman

Animal rites : American culture, the discourse of species, and posthumanist theory
By Cary Wolfe
General Collection HV4708 .W65 2003

Animal rights : current debates and new directions
By Cass R. Sunstein & Martha Craven Nussbaum
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Animal rights and human obligations
by Tom Regan and Peter Singer
General HV 4711 .A56 1989

Animal Rites: Liturgies of Animal Care
By Andrew Linzey
Available via I-Share (Ordered for purchase by COD Library)

Animal rights and moral philosophy
By Paul. Waldau
General Collection HV4708 .F74 2005

Animal rights : a philosophical defence
By Mark Rowlands
General Collection HV4708 .R69 1998

City creatures : animal encounters in the Chicago wilderness
by Gavin Van Horn, David Aftandilian
General Collection QH541.5.C6 V36 2015

Dominion : the power of man, the suffering of animals, and the call to mercy
By Matthew Scully
General Collection HV4708 .S38 2002

BBC World News: HARDtalk. "Do humans discriminate against animals?"
There are parallels between discriminating against beings because of their race and sex and discriminating against animals because of their species, the philosopher Peter Singer has told BBC HARDtalk.

Thinking animals : why animal studies now?
By Keri Weil
General Collection B105.A55 W45 2012

Thinking through animals : identity, difference, indistinction
By Matthew Calarco
General Collection B105.A55 C34 2015

Vegangelical : how caring for animals can shape your faith
By Sarah Withrow King
General Collection BT746 .K565 2016

What is Posthumanism?
By Cary Wolfe
General Collection B821 .W65 2010

When species meet
By Donna Jeanne. Haraway
General Collection QL85 .H37 2008

Why animal suffering matters : philosophy, theology, and practical ethics
By Andrew Linzey
General Collection HV4708.L5644 2009

Zoontologies : the question of the animal
by Cary Wolfe
General Collection B105.A55 Z66 2003

Zoographies : the question of the animal from Heidegger to Derrida
By Matthew Calarco
General Collection B105.A55 C35 2008

H-Net News: Animal Studies
H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Online - Animal Studies, provides book reviews, conference and workshop announcements, calls for papers, and other links to news related to Animal Studies.

Finding a better way to your plate: Crate Free Illinois’ mobile app helps consumers connect with local farmers.
News article on COD Art Professor David Ouellette's work with Crate Free Illinois, which works to create awareness about the differences between traditional farmers and CAFOs – or concentrated animal feeding operations – where animals are confined in extreme conditions and environments become polluted.

"'We'd make the same decision,' zoo director says of gorilla shooting"
"(CNN) Zookeepers shot and killed a rare gorilla on Saturday after a 3-year-old boy slipped into its enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo, triggering outcry over how the situation was handled. If they had to do it again, they would respond the same way, the zoo's director said Monday." -CNN Website

The animal mind : an introduction to the philosophy of animal cognition
By Kristin Andrews
General Collection QL785 .A69 2015

What would animals say if we asked the right questions?
By Vinciane Despret
General Collection QL751 .D44613 2016

Artist/Animal
by Steve Baker
General Collection N7660 .B28 2013

The cry of nature : art and the making of animal rights
by Stephen Eisenman
General Collection N7660 .E437 2013

Animals and men : their relationship as reflected in Western art from prehistory to the present day
By Kenneth Clark
General Collection N 7660 .C55

The ghosts of our meat : Sue Coe
By Sue Coe, Stephen Eisenman, Phillip Earenfight, Trout Gallery
General Collection N6797.C55 A4 2013

Surface encounters : thinking with animals and art
By Ron Broglio
General Collection B105.A55 B76 2011

About Place Journal
A literary journal published by the Black Earth Institute dedicated to re-forging the links between art and spirit, earth and society.

H-Net News: Animal Studies

H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Online - Animal Studies, provides book reviews, conference and workshop announcements, calls for papers, and other links to news related to Animal Studies.

Animal NonHuman Workshop - University of Chicago

"The Animal/Nonhuman Workshop is an interdisciplinary group of graduate students and faculty who engage with Nonhumans, representations of animals, and human-nonhuman encounters."

Animal Studies Seminar Series, Fall 2016 - Michigan State University
Seeing with Animals - Eastern Kentucky University

Call for papers!

The animals reader : the essential classic and contemporary writings
by Linda. Kalof & Amy J. Fitzgerald
Available via I-Share - Ordered for COD Library

Why animals matter : animal consciousness, animal welfare, and human well-being
By Marian Stamp Dawkins
General Collection HV4708 .D3824 2012

Artstor

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The Artstor Digital Library is a nonprofit resource that provides over 1.6 million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with an accessible suite of software tools for teaching and research. Collections are used for teaching and study in a wide range of subject areas, including art, architecture, music, religion, anthropology, literature, world history, American Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Medieval Studies, Renaissance Studies, and more.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Artstor is more than art: www.artstor.org/subjectguides
Artstor Mobile: www.artstor.org/mobile

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Art 1100: Introduction to Visual Arts

Welcome to the Art 1100 Class Guide

The Library has a number of resources available to help you complete your research presentation on your artist, including print and online works.

Getting Started

Books and online sources are a great place to begin your search. Click on the links in the gray menu to learn more about our various resources.

Finding Books

Search the Library's Catalog to find books about or written by your artist.

  • Author: Search by author for books written by your artist, e.g. Chuck Close
  • Subject: Search by subject for books written about your artist, e.g. Man Ray
  • Keyword: Search by keyword to find any books that mention your artist's name in the description of the book. This will give you the most results, but the results will not be as precise as an Author or Subject search.
  • I-Share

    I-Share allows COD students to borrow books from over 80 Illinois academic libraries. You must have a current COD library card, and create an account to request books from an I-Share library.

Browse the Books!

Browsing the book collection can be a really useful way to find books and videos of interest.

Ask a Library staff member to show you where the "N" and "T" books are located.

N - general works of art
NA - works on architecture
NB - sculpting
NC - drawing
ND - painting
NE - print media
NK - decorative arts & ceramics
NX - special topics in art
TR - photography


Reference Works

Online Encyclopedias

Print Encyclopedias

Online Resources

  • Academic Search Complete
  • Multidisciplinary database covering a wide range of academic areas.

  • Academic OneFile
  • Multidisciplinary database covering a wide range of academic areas.

  • Art &Architecture Complete
    Articles from journals, magazines, and trade publications covering all aspects of the arts.
  • Encyclopedia Britannica
    The online version of the classic Encyclopedia Britannica that also includes web links, select articles and access to Webster's Dictionary.

  • Credo Reference
    A collection of hundreds of reference sources covering many subject areas
  • JSTOR
    Excellent source for credible scholarly, peer-reviewed articles. Articles in database were published between the early 1700s and between 1-5 years ago.
  • News and Newspapers
    Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Good for searching for exhibition reviews and gallery shows.
  • Oxford Art Online
    Full-text of scholarly encyclopedia articles covering the visual arts. Links to images of artistic works and to selected Web sites.

Project Muse

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To limit your searches to the journals available through the COD Library, check the "Only content I have full access to" box on the left side of your results page.

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Project MUSE offers full-text current and archival articles from 500+ scholarly journals from major university presses covering literature and criticism, history, performing arts, cultural studies, education, philosophy, political science, gender studies, and more. Updated continually.

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Oxford Music Online

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This resource includes the full-text of:
The Oxford Dictionary of Music
Grove Music Online
Oxford Companion to Music

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Oxford Grove Art

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This resource includes the full-text of:
Grove Art Online
Oxford Companion to Western Art
Encyclopedia of Aesthetics
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms

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JSTOR

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JSTOR is an archive of digitized journal articles ranging in date from the 1700s to the early 2010s. These collections span a variety of subjects in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Physical Sciences.

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