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Companion website to the 2011 book in the Castleton stacks. "Rethinking of conceptual and technical aspects of photography across time periods, across themes, and through varied materials. Essays and how-to sections provide ideas, information, and inspiration for artists who use photography in varied ways."
In a research database or Castleton OneSearch, look for a link to "HTML Full Text" or "PDF Full Text" or "Full text"
If none of those is available, look for one of these to click: Full Text Finder or Where can I get this or View Record at ...
On the next screen, look for a link to the article, possibly in another database
If Castleton has the journal in its print collection, pay attention to the date of the article and the date of our holdings, and whether the issue you want is available in print, microfiche, or microfilm. Ask any library staff or student worker for help locating these.
If full-text isn't available, look for a link to request the item through interlibrary loan
Fill out your information using your Castleton email. You will get a response by email.
If you have a citation for a periodical article (journal, magazine, or news) and want to locate full-text, search the Journal Titles A-Z listto see if the library has access to the periodical through a database or a print subscription.
If not, use the Journal Article Request Form link from the Interlibrary loans page on the library website to request the full-text through interlibrary loan.
If you make an interlibrary loan request, keep an eye on your Castleton email for the article or a response.
You may get the article the next day, but it could take a week or two.
Another suggestion for searching for full-text
Google Scholar links to some full-text not available through Castleton's subscriptions. Paste the article title into the Google Scholar search box and look for a link to full-text on the right.
"Pairs essays and works of art with chronologies, telling the story of art and global culture through the Museum’s collection." Choose a place and time and see relevant key events and works of art from the Met collection.