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Blog Topic: Collection release

October 9, 2019

New—Open: Folger Shakespeare Library

Open: Folger Shakespeare Library is now available with a selection of more than 8,000 images from the Digital Image Collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Provided under Creative Commons licenses, these images illuminate the history and output of Shakespeare and theater in general, from illustrated manuscripts and rare books, costume and stagecraft, to actors’ portraits and […]

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May 20, 2019

New: Bowdoin College Museum of Art

What’s new in JSTOR? Bowdoin College Museum of Art Contributor: Bowdoin College Museum of Art Content: The Museum has contributed 2,000 additional images of its historic teaching collection of world art, bringing the total in Artstor to nearly 6,000.* Highlights include varied antiquities, European paintings and works on paper, American colonial painting, the arts of […]

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April 9, 2019

New: Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields

What’s new in JSTOR? Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields Contributor: Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields Content: The Museum has contributed 4,254 additional images of its encyclopedic collection, bringing the total in Artstor to nearly 6,400.* 5,000 years of global history illustrated by works of art, design, and ritual objects, as well as views […]

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March 13, 2019

Behind the lens of Frank Cancian, in his own words

Photographer and anthropologist Frank Cancian has been documenting international communities for more than fifty years. His recent contribution to JSTOR in collaboration with University of California Irvine Libraries, traces his fieldwork from the Italian hill town of Lacedonia during the 1950s to the Maya of Zinacantán, Chiapas during the ’60s and ’70s, and to domestic […]

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March 12, 2019

Frank Cancian Documentary Photograph Archive

What’s new in the Artstor Digital Library? Collection: Frank Cancian Documentary Photograph Archive Contributor: University of California Irvine Libraries, Photographer/anthropologist Frank Cancian, Professor Emeritus, UC Irvine Content: Approximately 175 photographs spanning Cancian’s career: The work documents communities in California, Mexico, and Italy, including house cleaners in Orange County (2001-2002); the Maya of Zinacantán, Chiapas (1960-1971), […]

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