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International Bibliography of Art, IBA (ProQuest)

The International Bibliography of Art (IBA) is the successor to the "Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA)" <ERS000000053>, and retains the editorial policies which made BHA one of the most trusted and frequently consulted sources in the field. The database includes records created by the... Full description

Corporate Body: ProQuest
Additional Corporate Bodies: Getty Research Institute; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, CSA
Additional Persons: Getty Research Institute; Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, CSA
Source: Part of: ProQuest (),
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Type of Publication: Database
Keywords: Social Sci. + Humanities
Arts
European art
American art
Global art
Fine art
Decorative arts and antiques
Museum studies
Conservation
Archaeology
Material culture
Folk art
Architectural history
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Summary: The International Bibliography of Art (IBA) is the successor to the "Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA)" <ERS000000053>, and retains the editorial policies which made BHA one of the most trusted and frequently consulted sources in the field. The database includes records created by the Getty Research Institute in 2008-09, with new records created by ProQuest using the same thesaurus and authority files.#### The database will grow by 18,000 records per year, ensuring unbroken coverage of journals that were indexed in BHA and IBA prior to 2010. The initial data set created by the Getty Research Institute in 2008-2009 covers scholarship up to 2009, including retrospective records for material published in previous years, and in some cases the new ProQuest indexing will also cover retrospective years in order to fill gaps in coverage.#### Publications covered include at least 500 core journals, with an emphasis on specialist and rare titles that are not covered by other indexes, plus detailed coverage of monographs, essay collections, conference proceedings and exhibition catalogues. We aim for at least 60% of the content to be in languages other than English (primarily German, French, Italian and Spanish), with a proportion of this indexing provided by national art libraries and freelance indexers from around the world.

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