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Research Guides@Tufts

Performance Art

Scholarly Articles about Performance Art (online)

What makes an article scholarly?

  • Originality: The work represents an original, unique argument that is based on carefully cited research.
  • Expertise: The author is an expert in her field and usually has a terminal degree (PhD, MFA, etc.).
  • Specialized publication: The publication is typically (but not always!) intended for a narrow audience comprised of specialists. 
  • Peer review: Most scholarly journals adhere to the principle of peer review. Before an article is selected for publication, it is read by other experts in its field and critiqued for the quality of its arguments and research methods.

 

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Use JumboSearch to find articles across a broad range of publications.

Online Print Periodicals

The SMFA Library, the fine arts branch of the Tisch Library, subscribes to print periodicals on a range of art and cultural topics. The following are available for online browsing. 

Some titles relevant to Performance Art:

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