The textbook for Objects as History is Marilyn Stokstad's Art History. The most recent edition is the 6th edition, but any edition can be used.
The 5th (2014) and 6th (2018) editions of the textbook are "on reserve" at the University Center library information desk, 63 Fifth Avenue, 6th floor. They can be checked out to your New School library account for 2-hour use within the library using your New School ID card. Request "reserve" books from a staff member using the call number, which is N5300 .S923 for Stokstad's Art History.
We also have older editions that can be borrowed for 16 weeks. Go to the Main Collection at the University Center library on the 6th floor, call number N5300 .S923, and bring the book to the information desk to check it out. You can also use our self check-out machine in the hallway between the library entrance and the Main Collection.
For information on how to rent or buy your own copy, please contact Jennifer Weinraub at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New School Subject Librarians are available to provide personalized 1-on-1 assistance for students, faculty and staff in search strategies, evaluating sources, research methods, developing assignments and more. Make an appointment using Starfish or through the Libraries & Archives online form.
Subject Librarians are available for one-on-one appointments and in-class library instruction, and can create customized library research guides. Users may contact them directly with recommendations or fill out the Request a Purchase form on the library website.