Citations to scholarly journal articles may be located using the indexes listed in the right-hand column. A 'citation' is the information you will need to locate an article in a specific volume of a journal, including the author's name, the title of the the article, the title of the journal, the volume number, the issue number, and the page number(s) of the article. You may repeat the search string you used to locate books, adding key terms to narrow very broad searches.
To determine if the Kenyon Library owns a journal title listed search for the journal title in Consort.
A keyword search for jennifer bartlett in Art Full Text resulted in a listing of more than 102 journal articles (including articles about her, book reviews of books about her, exhibition reviews, illustrations of her works in journals). To narrow this search I added the term 'pastels' to one of the search term boxes.
If the databases listed in the right-hand box are not linked to electronic full-text check CONSORT and OhioLINK for the JOURNAL title to see if it is owned in print at a library in Ohio. Some OhioLINK bound volumes of journals circulate from their home libraries. You may initiate requests for bound volumes through our partner libraries using your Kenyon barcode.