ARTH 429/529: Arts of New Spain, Bourbon Period (Hernandez-Duran), Spring 2021

A research guide for the Spring 2021 Art History course, Arts of New Spain during the Bourbon Period, 1700-1821, taught by Professor Ray Hernandez-Duran

Welcome To The Fine Arts & Design Library (FADL)

Welcome to the UNM University Libraries! The Fine Arts and Design Library is a fantastic resource for your research needs. Our collection includes many resources, including art, art education, architecture, landscape architecture, music, theatre, and dance collections. There are also journal articles and databases, DVDs, and many other items. We also have computers, scanners, and printers available for the entire UNM community.

 

Libraries during the Covid-19 Emergency

Please keep in mind that the COVID-19 pandemic impacts our normal services, hours, and spaces. Conditions are in flux and we thank you for your flexibility and patience at this time!

  • Access to library buildings is permitted by patrons wearing a mask with a Lobo ID.
  • Usually eating and drinking is permitted in most library spaces. However, no eating or drinking will be allowed in library buildings while mask requirements are in effect. This includes any items purchased at the Zimmerman Starbucks cafe. 
  • Library service desks will only be able to help resolve quick questions at this time. Questions that take more than a couple of minutes to answer will be referred to our Ask A Librarian chat service or a consultation with a subject specialist librarian

Covid-19: Options for Library Resources & Services

 

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