Finding out who has referred to your article connects you to the scholarly “conversation” or discussion of the topic. You might find articles that agree and other articles that disagree with your author’s methodology, interpretation, conclusions, etc. After reading a few articles and reflecting on their point of view, you will be able to draw your own conclusions about the authors' perspectives.
Web of Science: Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)
Cited Reference Search. nochlin l* 1989
Google Scholar See Cited by #.
Books are reviewed by scholars and researchers working in the same general area.
Some book reviewers might be from another discipline and have a different perspective.
Book reviews are published as journal articles or by scholarly institutions.
In the BULS search box, type (or copy/paste) the complete title of the book. Apply Filter=Reviews.
When you Google for sources, be sure you understand where they come from!
What are peer-reviewed articles?