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ARTH 4304: Global History of Cinema: Current Periodicals

A course guide to library research resources for Prof. Stob's Global History of Cinema students

Periodical List

You can search for a specific journal/magazine/newspaper using Periodical List

Finding Currently Received Print Art and Photo Periodicals in the Library

You can find these currently received periodicals on the 3rd floor shelved alphabetically by title on the metal shelves to the left of Reserve, Periodicals & Media desk or some are in the Wittliff Collections. You just need to ask the staff in the Wittliff Collections to get the magazine or journal that you want to look at and they will get it for you. Some are not current anymore but just check the links.

Click on the links to see the location of the current periodical, 3rd floor or Wittliff. You can use the call numbers on the linked catalog record if you want to look at an issue of one of these titles that is older that the past 1 or 2 years. You can find those in the stacks at the call number listed, on the 3rd floor, back to 1960. If the year of the issue you want is older than 1960, it will be where the call number listed is usually found in the library on the 5th, 6th, or 7th floors.

For a detailed table with titles, links to catalog records, location, and description of each title you can download the Currently Received Art and Photo Periodicals with Descriptions PDF.

Browsing Online Film Journals & Magazines

You can get to online Film magazines and  journals from the library's website.

Periodical List is a listing of all the journals the library owns along with information like which which library databases have online issues, what years the library owns/has access to, and where print copies are located.

This is what periodical list looks like when you search for a journal by its name:

What's BrowZine?

It's a service that allows you to browse, read and follow scholarly journals in a visual display that allows you to browse Alkek's online journals, organize your favorites into personal "Bookshelves," and download full articles on the web or on a mobile device.

Visit browzine.com to set up your account or download the app from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store or Amazon App Store.

 
 
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