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- Art and Design International Engagement Guide
Tips and cultural information relating to international engagement for UM Stamps School of Art & Design students
A guide to help you find and use images and other visual resources from the University Library. Visit us at Imageworks on the 2nd floor (east side) of the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library.
- Landscape Architecture
This guide contains resources for research in Landscape Architecture ranging from environmental topics to aesthetic and design topics.
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- African and Diaspora Art and Visual Culture
Guide to research in African and Diasporic Art
- Art & Design
Click on the tabs below for basic art and design resources at the University of Michigan.
- Caribbean Art and Visual Culture
A resource guide to Caribbean Art and Visual Culture.
- Comic Books and Graphic Novels
This guide provides useful information about comic books and graphic novels as topics of academic research at the University of Michigan.
- Digital Humanities
An introduction to tools and projects in the field of digital humanities.
- Jewish Visual Culture
History of Jewish Visual Culture from Ancient Mosaics to Jewish Hip Hop Videos.
- Literature Reviews for the Humanities
A guide with resources for the Faculty Exploratory workshop on Literature Reviews in the Humanities.
- News & Events Resources for Artists
News and events resources from local to global to help artists keep pace with the world of art.
Online and print resources to help you find information about photography. Click on the tabs for information about each area.
- Stamps School Detroit Connections Resources
Online resource guide for the Stamps School Detroit Connections classes.
- Towards a Free Revolutionary Art: Art and Visual Culture during the Inter-War Period (1919-1939)
This course will focus on North American and European art and visual culture created during the 1920s and 30s.