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Romanticism

Poets

Music

Art

Art Resouces for Humanities

These are searchable by art movements:
  • Artcyclopedia - an encyclopedia of artists, works of art, art movements -- the images are blocked due to a secondary site; use an image search to search the titles of the works of art
  • World Wide Arts Resources 
  • Web Gallery of Art - click on the "list of Artists" for a list of art movements

 

MLA Citation Help

MLA-- 7th ed.


Citing music:

Classical:
Composer's last name, first name, middle initial.  Title of recording.  Cond. conductor's name.  Recording date.  Manufacturer, date of publication.  Format.
Example:
Beethoven, Ludwig van.  Symphony no.1 in C, op. 21. Cond. Roger Norrington.  Rec. n.d. EMI, 1968. MP3.
 
Popular:
Name of group or singer.  "Title of song."  Recording date.  Title of album. Manufacturer, date of publication.  Format.
Example:
Chi-Lites. "Have you seen her?" Rec. 2 May 2006. The Ultimate Chi-Lites. Brunswick, 2006. MP3.
 
YouTube video:
"Name of video." Name of overall Web site.  Web.  Date of access.  <URL>.
Example:
"Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl." YouTube. Web. 10 Aug. 2009. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SP60n9v2YM>.
 
Poem from Web site:
Author last name, First name.  "Title of poem."  Name of overall Web site.  Publisher or sponsor of site, Date of publication.  Web.  Date of access.
Example:
Jeffers, Robinson.  "Hurt Hawks." Poetry Foundation.  Poetry Foundation, 2009.  Web.  12 July 2009.

Cornell Notes

Cornell notes form