Expressive & Creative Arts
The Archive of Research in Archetypal Symbolism is an encyclopedic collection of 17,000 alchemical images and corresponding study sheets that draw on East-West traditions from 50,000 BCE to 2,000 CE . Selected subjects of special interest for the CIIS community include: psychology, anthropology, archaeology, expressive arts, drama therapy, somatics, archaeomythology, mythology, theology, thealogy, spirituality, religion, philosophy, ecology, and cosmology.
and Periodica (FirstSearch) CLASE indexes documents published in Latin
American social sciences and humanities journals specializing. PERIODICA
covers journals science and technology journals in Spanish, Portuguese,
French and English.
Contains information from articles, essays, book reviews, monographs,
conference proceedings, technical reports, interviews and brief notes
published in journals edited in 24 different countries of Latin America
and the Caribbean, as well as from publications that focus on Pan-American
issues. Off-campus use requires password.
Mythology, folklore, mysticism, and more. Contains well over 4,000 definitions
of gods and goddesses, supernatural beings and legendary creatures and
monsters from all over the world. Some of the mythologies included are:
Chinese, Etruscan, Greek, Latvian, Native American, Norse, Persian, and
The Grove Encyclopedia of Materials and Techniques in Art (Oxford)
Covers historical and current uses of materials and techniques in a wide range of
visual arts -- from painting and sculpture to non-traditional media such as digital
and video art.
Humanities International Complete (EBSCO)
Provides full text of journals, books and other published sources from around the world, including all
data from Humanities International Index (indexing and abstracts for more than 2,200 journals and 3.2
million records) plus full text for more than 1,200 journals.
The International Encyclopedia of Dance (Oxford)
With nearly 2,000 articles written by scholars from fifty countries, the Encyclopedia covers
the full spectrum of dance—theatrical, ritual, dance-drama, folk, traditional, ethnic, and
social dance. Cultural and national overviews are accompanied by entries on dance forms, music
and costumes, performances, and biographies of dancers and choreographers.
Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance (Oxford)
This encyclopedia provides 4,300 entries of authoritative and up-to-date information about theatre
and performance from ancient Greek theatre to the latest developments in London, Paris, New York,
and around the globe. In addition to performances in playhouses, it covers dance, opera, radio,
film, television, and popular performance, including carnivals, circus, and public executions.
Entries range from short definitions of terms to lengthy considerations of genres and movements,
such as feminism and psychoanalytic criticism. Entries on cities and regions place performance
in its local social and political context. Written in accessible language, this encyclopedia
brings together an international cast of over 300 specialist contributors.