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JTerm in Florence 2020

A guide for students on the J-Term trip with Professors Hendricks and Schweitzer.

JSTOR provides full text-articles from a wide range of journals, with great academic coverage of the arts. TIP: using advanced search, you can limit your search by Discipline: Art, History, etc., or limit your search by article type.

Indexes, abstracts and full text of articles from journals published throughout the world: art theory and criticism, exhibition reviews and more.

Includes over 1,200 art journals. Citations only, no full text, for articles published 1975 - 2007. Offers both basic and advanced search modules, searched easily by subject, artist, author, article or journal title.

Let's Go To The Movies

Florence (BBC in Films on Demand)

With the help of 3-D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong and Dr. Michael Scott explore the city of Florence. They reveal how its wonderful facades and artworks mask a hidden story of intrigue and secrecy and how one powerful family—the Medicis, known as the Godfathers of the Renaissance—was behind it all. They uncover the secrets of one of the most spellbinding achievements of architecture: the dome of Florence's cathedral. And they build a 3D model to reveal just how much of the city masks secret corridors of power that were the foundation of the city's Renaissance glory.

In Credo: