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Historic Preservation: Find Articles

Resources in support of the Clemson University/College of Charleston joint Master's and Certificate programs in Historic Preservation

Key Article Databases

Also Useful

General Subject Databases

"Where is my article?"

Print titles:

Look for the most current issues on the Periodicals shelves.

Back issues are in bound volumes located in the Gunnin Library Main Stacks, by call number. Look the journal title up in the online catalog to find its call number. For the status of a specific volume, click on "Check Availability" in the catalog record. Request the entire bound volume via PASCAL.

Older back issues are located in our Remote Storage facility; request a scan of an article or the complete volume by clicking on the "Request from Remote Storage" link and filling out the request form. Articles will be scanned to PDF format and emailed to you within 24 hours. Bound volumes can be requested via PASCAL for pickup at the College of Charleston library.

Electronic titles:

Many citations in our article databases include a link directly to full text, either in HTML or PDF format.

If a direct link doesn't appear, electronic full text may still be available. Note the journal title, year, volume, and issue number in which your article appears, then click on the "Check for full text" link immediately below the article entry. This will take you to the Clemson Library catalog record for all formats of the journal. If the journal is available online, click through to the specific issue number to locate your article.

Journal not in Clemson Libraries nor in CoC holdings?

Request it via Interlibrary Loan. (If you need the entire journal issue rather than a single article, use New Request -- Book.)