This research guide focuses on library resources for MDC’s humanities collection. Below you will find humanities-related titles and databases; useful research tools and services; information about our library, including how to access its resources; and information for faculty.
The arts and humanities define who we are as a people. That is their power—to remind us of what we each have to offer, and what we have in common. To help us understand our history and imagine our future. To give us hope in the moments of struggle and to bring us together when nothing else will.
— M I C H E L L E O B A M A
|Drama, Motion Pictures, and Theater||4,690|
|Arts in General||584|
|Drawing, Design, and Illustration||367|
|Total print holdings*||13,098|
|Sculpture and Visual Arts||6|
|Drawing and Painting||11|
|Total eBook holdings*||550|
|Total film and video holdings*||8,281|
*Note: These totals are approximate and do not include materials held in the Visual Resources Center (VRC). More information about the VRC can be found in the next column. Item totals were last updated in May 2018.
|MDC Visual Resources Center|
Visit the Visual Resources Center (VRC) for access to tutorials; a large, thoughtfully curated DVD and CD-ROM collection; and art images in slide format. The VRC is located on the Kendall Campus in room M-233.
Flipster is a free, digital-magazine service that gives MDC users access to great magazines on any computer or device. Titles with humanities-related content include Animation Magazine, Art in America, ARTnews, The Atlantic, Bookforum, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and Wired.
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7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.*
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*On Fridays, the West Campus library is open 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and EEC is open 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
This LibGuide was designed and created and is maintained by Michael Moore. User suggestions and comments are welcome.
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