This guide will help you find several of the most frequently used resources at SMU Libraries for researching topics in art and art history.
Last Updated: Aug 4, 2014
Citation style guides
Please see the following links for information about style guides. Copies of style guides are also available at SMU Libraries. Check the library catalog for call numbers and locations.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) provides citation examples for all three of these style guides on its Research and Citation Resources page.
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This list of helpful SMU resources provides links to many of the resources you may frequently use.
- Central Unversity Libraries
The homepage for Central University Libraries, which includes links to services and collections for SMU main campus libraries: Fondren, Hamon, DeGolyer, and ISEM. Off-campus libraries are Fort Burgwin in Taos and SMU-in-Plano Library Resource Room.
- Hamon Arts Library
The homepage for the Hamon Arts Library has information about the library and its services. It also lists hours and contact information for staff.
- SMU Online Resources
The SMU Online Resources page serves as a gateway to web-accessible resources.
- The Jerry Bywaters Special Collections at the Hamon Arts Library
Bywaters Special Collections is available for student research by appointment. Holdings focus on the cultural history of the American Southwest, largely from the late 19th- through the mid-20th centuries with other materials in the arts. Collections document the careers of a number of the region’s most noted artists, and the Mary McCord/Edyth Renshaw Collection documents activities related to theater, film, dance, and music. The Greer Garson Collection includes the actress's archives.