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  • hello, I am glad to see this development and agree with most of what aurelep says, except for the Imperial measures. It would be a very crude form of cultural imperialism if the US standard -- which is used by nobody else -- is first choice and…
  • Well, according to the rules of Goldsmiths, University of London, artworks have to be cited in the bibliography, in a separated list. I can connect you with the leading librarian if you want. Taking as my point of orientation life-long experien…
  • OK, that was an important information. I have installed Harvard Ref Anglia Ruskin University now -- because I know their Harvard style guide and used it in the past -- and the bibliography now already looks much more like I am used to it. I still ha…
  • first ad "artworks": as I said, "medium" and "size" would be pretty standard; to that I would add a field you don't yet have "collection" - those are the things you need, artist, year, medium, size, and "collection" cause you want to locate it …
  • btw what I really do not understand is why there is a type of reference "Artwork" but in the bibliography "medium" and "size" are not automatically included, which is what distinguishes "artwork" from other references and is the minimum requirement …
  • thanks for letting me know ... I am afraid this is beyond my technical skills, als for reasons of time, so I'll probably break the link with the database and edit by hand
  • Hi an item type exhibition catalogue would also be extremely useful for me. If there is no authors name - and the curator often is NOT the catalogue editor - according to Harvard reference system the institution is named as author, which is quite …