Across a variety of disciplines on Bloomsbury Visual Arts, our exclusive and specially-commissioned research and learning tools are designed with teachers, students, and researchers in mind. Our goal is to provide solutions to support digital learning, teaching, and research across a variety of disciplines.
Subject Guides provide instructors, students, and librarians with a simple shortcut to help them find the material they need instantly across a number of topics. Links can easily be added to a course syllabus or reading list. These gateways for discovery are a way to deepen the research experience with our resources.
These expert guides provide an introductory overview of key themes and topics, with links to references and further reading.
Lesson Plans provide links to additional reading, images, discussion topics and homework assignments, and can be seen as navigational tools for assisting users to make the most out of the content on Bloomsbury Visual Arts.
The Editors have compiled a list of external websites related to Surrealism to aid further research and learning. These include current surrealist groups and journals, along with individual surrealists such as André Breton, Leonora Carrington and Malcolm de Chazal.
An interactive timeline from 1917 to present day that allows users to explore Surrealism by country, theme, period, media, as well as by individual surrealists.