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H.W. Wilson: Art Index is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from periodicals published throughout the world. In addition to articles, this database indexes reproductions of works of art that appear in indexed periodicals. Subjects covered include: Advertising Art; Antiques; Archaeology; Architecture and Architectural History; Art History; Computers in Art; Crafts; Decorative Arts; Fashion Design; Folk Art; Graphic Arts; Industrial Design; Interior Design; Landscape Architecture; Motion Pictures; Museology; Non-Western Art; Painting; Photography; Pottery; Sculpture; Television; Textiles; and Video. Also available from 1929 in print at Sq 700.16 ART
NSW Land and Property Information: Interactive atlas of New South Wales. Allows users to navigate around a digital map of NSW and explore maps of the Census 2006, Population, Heritage Sites, Agriculture, Elections, Crime and History.
: AusStage records information on live performance in Australia. It includes information on the name or title of the event, venue, date, production company and primary genre. It also contains biographical information on Australian theatrical performers.
College of Fine Arts Library, University of New South Wales: An online index to almost 100 Australian art journals held in the College of Fine Arts Library, University of New South Wales.
: AustLit is a key resource for information about Australian writers and writing covering the 1780s to the present. AustLit provides a combination of enhanced biographical and bibliographical information and the full text of critical articles, creative writing and information resources about many aspects of Australia's literary heritage. AustLit also provides specialist research and information subsets, including Black Words: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers and Story Tellers, which contains biographical, bibliographical and full text material relating to Australian Indigenous cultures of literature and story. Other AustLit subsets cover children's literature, drama and popular theatre, multicultural writers, Australian magazine history, and Banned Books.
Australasian Victorian Studies Association: Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies is a fully refereed journal of Victorian Studies published by the Australasian Victorian Studies Association, with articles ranging on topics as diverse as archeology, architecture,art, economics, history, landscape gardening, literature, medicine, philosophy, print culture, psychology, science, sociology, spiritualism, town planning and theatre appearing in its pages. There are two issues a year.
Informit: Covers pre-1980 Australian, New Zealand and Papua-New Guinean military history and related topics.
Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association: An author and subject index covering over eighty religious and theological serials published in Australia or New Zealand and representing all religious traditions. Related areas of study such as history and sociology are also covered.
: A website devoted to the information needs of music researchers in Australia and New Zealand. Includes the MSA (Musicological Society of Australia) Thesis Register, a database containing the bibliograhic information for postgraduate music and music-related theses completed since 1917 or currently in progress at universities in Australia and New Zealand. Also includes a useful collection of music links.
The Australia Council: The Australia Council is the Australian Government's funding and advisory body. Through a range of grants, it directly supports young, emerging and established artists, in the fields of: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, community cultural development, dance, literature, music, new media arts, theatre and visual arts/craft.
These are selected sites for researching Australian history on the Internet and provide a starting place for researchers in this field. They lead to a diverse range of information on Australian history resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.
These are general sites for researching Australian literature on the Internet and provide a starting place for researchers in this field. They lead to a diverse range of information on Australian literature resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.
Mura Gadi is an online catalogue of the National Library of Australia's manuscript, pictorial and oral history resources relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Though it does not list the many books, periodicals and other publications in the Library relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, these materials can be found using the Library's online catalogue at http://www.nla.gov.au/catalogue/