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Important: In addition to the search tools listed here, there are multidisciplinary search options such as library catalogues, scientific search engines and academic networks.
Metasearch tools can be used to search for subject-specific search tools on your own: → databases, → journals.
- BERG mining,
- BEFO management and organization.
Arthistoricum.net allows a comprehensive research on the entire spectrum of art history: starting with the medieval and modern art history of the European countries and art influenced by Europe in the USA, Canada and Australia, throughout the period from the early Christian era to 1945 - united in the Heidelberg Collection focus art history. Subsequently, it continued with the entire history of art since 1945 of the countries of Europe and North America as components of the Dresden collection focus on contemporary art.
The most comprehensive proof of art-historical publications, whether printed, hybrid or genuinely published online forms the core of the search. With the components "Publishing" and "Reviews" arthistoricum.net supports internet-based scientific work and publishing in the sense of Open Access. In the "Topics" section, arthistoricum.net offers digital copies of specialized text collections as well as access and information on research-relevant image sources. Together with the "theme portals", forums on individual aspects of art and art history will be presented beyond the literature. A blog on numerous art-science topics completes the offer (Stand: 05/2018).
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