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ARTS 574 - Architectural History - Startup (UNH Durham): Quick Start

Resources for Hetty Startup's ARTS 574 course.

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Phone - 603-862-1544

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Accessing Library Resources

Current UNH students, faculty, and staff may access most library resources, including databases, from off campus:

  1. Navigate to the resource you want on the library web site.
  2. You will then be asked for your UNH IT ID username and password.
  3. Once verified, you will be forwarded on to your resource directly.

Once you have logged in, you can access databases and other electronic resources available through the library web site.

For questions about remote access to library resources, please contact us.


Take a look at the Pantheon and Colosseum in Rome, Italy, presented by Rick Steves, host of travel shows on public television and radio and writer of travel guidebooks.

Recommended Websites

Check out Websites for other web resources recommended by your instructor and UNH librarians. Here are a couple of examples:

Finding Books

A keyword search of titles, authors, subjects, and content notes.

UNH Libraries holdings are followed by BLC holdings and then Libraries Worldwide. Within each group, results are then ranked by relevance. Further refining by date, format, language, and more is possible.

The pulldown menu can be changed to limit search to UNH Libraries only or broadened to search libraries worldwide (mostly in the US and Canada).

To search for a specific title, author, subject, call number, ISBN, etc. held by the UNH Library, use the Advanced UNH Library Catalog Search.

See Find Books for more information.

Specialized Encyclopedia

Get background information and ideas for further readings on people, styles, media, and more:

Oxford Art Online (including Grove Dictionary of Art) covers architectural history and biography.

See Reference Sources for more suggestions.

Finding Images

See Find Images for more suggestions. Good starting points include:

Finding Articles

Recommended databases to start with:

See Find Articles for more suggestion and help.

Interview with Architect Daniel Libeskind

An August 18, 2011 audio interview with the master planner of the redeveloped World Trade Center site.