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Art & Cultural Heritage Law Research Guide: Articles

Using Databases to Locate Articles

Google Scholar Search

Search Law Journal Library

Search International & Non-U.S. Law Journals Library


What is OneSearch?

OneSearch is a discovery tool that searches across the majority of our books, journals, articles, and more. It can also be used to search for materials outside of our collections! It's a great starting point for your research and can be used to drill down to very specific resources.


Lexis Secondary Sources allows access to different content types, jurisdictions, and publishers.

Westlaw Precision

Secondary Sources in Westlaw allow access to Law Reviews & Journals by type, content area, or jurisdiction.

EBSCO Databases

Tip:  After you get into EBSCOhost, you can create a free My EBSCOhost account and save search results to folders.  From folders you can easily add all of your favorite articles to a citation management system like Zotero!

The following link will allow you to search all of the above databases at once:

Topical Journals

The following is a list of journals that cover many topics within the fields of Art and Cultural Heritage Law.  Be aware of coverage dates for each journal title within each database; not all databases contain the same year span!  Title links lead to the library's catalog entry for the journal title where possible, which will provide you with different electronic sources and information about coverage dates.

Cultural Heritage Periodical Subject Examples

Other Databases

Art History Journals

Cultural Heritage Journals

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