ARTICLES - When you are searching for an article in a library database and you want to get the full-text of the article, there are 4 possible scenarios you could face.
Scenario 1: The full-text is available in the database you are searching. EASY! Just click the full-text link.
Scenario 2: The "Find it @ Emory" button leads you to the full-text in another database. There are two steps in this process:
Scenario 3: The "Find it @ Emory" button does not lead to the full-text, but the Libraries own the print copy of the journal.
Scenario 4: We do not have the article online or in print but you can request it using our Interlibrary Loan service. (Click the "Locate/Request Item" tab and then "Request via Interlibrary Loan" to have the request form pre-filled for you.)
You can narrow search results to the fields JSTOR uses for categorization of metadata. Each field is represented in a search by its abbreviation. The example above (au:smith) will find all items for which Smith is listed as an author. Appending ty:fla to a search ("Greek slave" ty:fla) will limit a search to full-length articles, and ty:brv will limit a search to book reviews.
Other frequently used field abbreviations are:
Consider the different relationships your object may have accrued in antiquity (who made, used, and viewed it? How did they interact with it? In what circumstances?). What might the object have represented to these people? How might their perspective change its meaning, specifically in terms of how slavery and enslaved people are shown?