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Dance Periodical Indexes
Academic Search Complete
You may have already used this article database for other course work, but it can provide you with a multidisciplinary approach to dance research.
Need an article from a dance-related academic journal or magazine? Here are some dance- and performing arts-specific resources to help you get started.
You can also browse our periodical holdings in the subject area of dance by clicking here.
You will need your NetID and password in order to connect to these resources from off campus. Click here for more information.
Art Full Text
Although this resource is more specifically geared towards the visual arts, there is some coverage of performing arts as well. In many cases, you can access the full text of articles from search results. Index contained in the Omnifile Full Text Mega database.
Education Full Text
You can locate some full-text articles related to dance education using this database. Index contained in the Omnifile Full Text Mega database.
This can help you find full text of historical scholarly dance articles. If you need current scholarly research on a dance topic, please use Project Muse, IIPA, Research in Dance, or others.
Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic)
This resource can help you find information on contemporary dancers, dance concert reviews, or choreographers. Lexis Nexis Academic mainly searches newspaper articles from major U.S. and World resources.
New York Times Historical
(1851-2017) Full text digitized newspaper articles. Includes complete paper, cover-to-cover.
Full text scholarly journals in the fields of: area and ethnic studies; art and architecture; creative writing; education; film, theater, and performing arts; history; language and linguistics; library science and publishing; literature; medicine and health; music; philosophy; religion; science, technology, and mathematics; social sciences; studies by time period; women's studies, gender, and sexuality.
Visual and Performing Arts