To explore your topic in a general way, these resources may be useful as a starting point.
Digital images in the humanities and social sciences
This feature searches across many scholarly Internet sources.
To show links to JHU Library Resources within search results, change Google Preferences on your computer.
Search inside books made available on the Internet; view or preview them online, then check to see if our library owns or has access to them.
Before you begin looking for research materials, take some time to brainstorm on your topic.
These guides will give advice on how to approach the early stages of thesis development and research:
Search the JHU Libraries Catalog
Find books, films, and more in the libraries by searching below:
Cited Reference Searching
Search for articles that have cited a previously published work.
Through a cited reference search, you can discover how a known idea or innovation has been confirmed, applied, improved, extended, or corrected.
In Arts & Humanities Citation Index, cited reference searching also enables you to find articles that make reference to and/or include an illustration of a work of art or a music score.
Search for Articles
Search the databases or groups of databases below to find scholarly journal articles and newspaper entries on your topic.
RefWorks is an online personal database where you can store and organize citations, as well as generate easy bibliographies and citations.
Other Research Guides
You may wish to consult research guides in other fields of study.