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Research Guides@Tufts

Unraveling Craftivism (COVID-19 ed.): Home

 

Welcome to my Research Sources page for Unraveling Craftivism!

Chao Chen, Humanities Research and Instruction Librarian
Email: chao.chen@tufts.edu; Tel: 617• 627• 2057; Schedule an Appointment

This COVID-19 edition emphasizes ebooks and full-text articles.

  chao chen

Related Guides & Evaluating Information

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Evaluating Information

Tisch Library's guides to evaluating information. This guide includes helpful tips for evaluating articles, books, websites, and any other type of information no matter where you find it.

Backgrounds/Contexts, Articles, Books and Visual Sources

Bear in mind: research is NOT a linear process; it takes lots of going back and forth between sources and ideas.

1. Background & Context

  • Sources included in this set can provide concise introductions to a wide range of art historical topics; essays and brief entries on art movements, artists’ biographies, and countries. Articles are signed, include brief bibliographies, and images.
  • CREDO Reference
    This resources provides access to background content on a wide variety of topics. Use to focus your topic, find keywords and people, and discover more in-depth books and articles.
  • Oxford Reference
    This resource provides access to dictionaries, companions, and encyclopedias from Oxford University Press, spanning a variety of subject areas.

2a. Journal Articles 

2b. Newspaper Articles 


3a. Books

Some keywords to try out in your search for books:

"handicraft political aspects"
"activist crafting"
craftivism
"community art"
"political art"

Samples search results:

3b. Additional Sources for Books


4. Images Sources and Web Sites