This collection contains 2,009 authors and approximately 100,000 pages of diaries, letters and memoirs. Particular care has been taken to index this material so it can be searched more thoroughly than ever. Each source has been carefully chosen using leading bibliographies. The product includes 4,000 pages of previously unpublished manuscripts, biographies, and an extensive bibliography of the sources in the database.
From the depths of the oceans to the Antarctic ice cap, from a firsthand view of evolution in animals and plants to Cretaceous Alaska and far-flung corners of the globe, the BBC Landmark Video Collection is your groundbreaking exclusive HD view into our natural world. Through access to cutting-edge series like Planet Earth and Blue Planet, and the newly added Big Cats and Dynasties series, your classrooms and students can now experience breathtaking natural events like never before.
Documentaries, powerful interviews, and previously unavailable archival footage surveying the black experience. The collection contains 500 hours of film covering African American history, politics, art and culture, family structure, gender relationships, and social and economic issues.
Explore the oral and visual history of the culture, society, and identity of the Caribbean people, by the Caribbean people. This collection features more than 1,100 hours of music, dance, interviews, cultural programming, and more that has been housed in the Banyan Archives in Trinidad & Tobago for over forty years.
This collection examines the richness and diversity of contemporary theatre and drama from a global context. It brings together new work from our existing playwright partners alongside work from up-and-coming playwrights from around the world, including recently produced world premieres, previously unpublished works from every continent.
Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works is a searchable collection containing real transcripts of counseling and therapy sessions and first-person narratives illuminating the experience of mental illness and treatment, as well as reference works to contextualize the primary material. The database contains more than 2,000 session transcripts, 44,000 pages of client narratives, and 25,000 pages of secondary reference material.
Provides a deep look into the client-therapist office, allowing readers to follow the progress and setbacks of clients over the course of multiple therapy sessions. This collection features a diverse set of clients, a wide range of presenting issues, and multiple therapeutic approaches. Because all content was recorded in 2012 or later, Volume II features contemporary issues and the most up-to-date therapeutic approaches to treat them.
Spanning more than a century, Country Life Archive is an extensive collection, containing every page and issue of this historical British culture and lifestyle magazine from its first issue in 1897 (when it was known as Country Life Illustrated) to 2005. All pages are in full color and are reproduced in high-resolution and fully searchable. Widely considered the foremost record of country estate living in the UK, Country Life Archive preserves this history, and assembles one of the most extensive records of this unique lifestyle from the turn of the nineteenth century forward. Key estates, great country houses, as well as fine art and architecture, and rural leisure pursuits are all covered in this publication of record.
This dataset, available on the WRDS platform Includes financial data on all real estate investment trusts (REITs) that have traded on the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ exchanges since 1980. It also contains series of indexes based on all REITs and subsets of REITs, and underlying individual security information for the indexes. It includes qualitative measures important for evaluating information in thinly populated index series; and identifies changes in REIT status for the universe of publicly-traded REITs.
The only collection of curated primary and secondary full-text materials to support informed performance, pedagogy, and scholarship in dance. Dance Online: Dance Studies Collection presents the historical context of 20th and 21st century dance through 150,000 pages of exclusive photographs, correspondence, magazines, dance notation, and reference material.
Docuseek2 is the internet site where one can discover, access, license, stream and share over 1500 documentary and social issues films and videos. Topics covered include business and economics, health care, humanities, performing arts, and social sciences..
Early European Books (Collections 1-18) provides scholars with new ways of accessing and exploring all works printed in Europe before 1701, drawing together a diverse array of printed sources, regardless of language, as well as works published further afield. Developed and produced in close collaboration with scholars, rare book librarians, and other experts this resource offers full-color, high-resolution facsimile images of some of the world's most significant collections of early printed books in Europe.
The Economist Intelligence Unit has published Country Reports since 1952, covering almost 200 countries. Each report presents detailed statistics alongside expert commentary and forecasting from the EIU’s analysts. This database presents the historical reports up to 1995, with all data from the statistical tables fully captured and downloadable in spreadsheet form. It is a unique archive of analysis and explanation of political, economic and commercial developments, together with historical statistical data.
Volume IV provides a space for visual anthropologists of today to showcase and disseminate their most compelling work. With a focus on curating award-winning titles from contemporary ethnographic film festivals, this newly released content will capture students’ attention by connecting them with topics familiar to their own time and place.
The East African Newspapers collection provides insight into this region during a critical time, which witnessed the growth of decolonization as independence movements swelled, and local, autonomous self-governance took hold throughout the region. This period was also punctuated by famine, drought, political uprisings, border disputes, and war as countries worked to navigate the post-colonial landscape.
EAN features newspapers from the 1940s to the early 2000s, with over 475,000 pages total from three titles: Daily Nation (Kenya), The Ethiopian Herald, and The Monitor (Uganda). More titles will be added over time to expand research into this dynamic region.
Comprising over 1,000 titles from Mexico’s pre-independence, independence and revolutionary periods (1807-1929), the newspapers in this collection provide rare documentation of the dramatic events of this era and include coverage of Mexican partisan politics, yellow press, political and social satire, as well as local, regional, national and international news.
The press of more than twenty cities is represented in this collection, spanning the Chinese mainland and the entire half century. It provides researchers a richly comprehensive perspective on Chinese life, culture, and politics throughout the collapse of the Qing Dynasty, the years of provisional government and civil war, and the birth of the People’s Republic.
The Southeast Asian Newspapers collection chronicles the changes that took place throughout the region during this period, and the challenges of early statehood. Covering several countries from the region, including Myanmar (formerly Burma), Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, and featuring multiple languages such as Dutch, English, French, Javanese, Spanish, and Vietnamese, the Southeast Asian Newspapers collection incorporates a wealth of coverage and perspectives on major regional and global events of the late 19th and 20th centuries.
A searchable archive of the US (1867 to present) and UK (1930-2015) editions of Harper's Bazaar. The issues are reproduced as high-resolution color page images and supported by fully searchable text and article-level indexing. This resource chronicles over 150 years of American, British, and international fashion, culture, and society, supporting researchers by offering unique insights into the events, attitudes, and interests of the modern era.
Digital primary sources modules (50) drawn mostly from U.S. archival collections.
American Indians and the American West, 1809-1971
American Politics and Society from Kennedy to Watergate
American Politics in the Early Cold War—Truman and Eisenhower Administrations, 1945-1961
Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Federal Government Records
Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Federal Government Records, Supplement
Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Organizational Records and Personal Papers, Part 1
Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century, Organizational Records and Personal Papers, Part 2
Confederate Military Manuscripts and Records of Union Generals and the Union Army
Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files, 1960-1969, Africa and the Middle East
Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files, 1960-1969, Asia
Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files, 1960-1969, Europe and Latin America
Creation of Israel: British Foreign Office Correspondence on Palestine and Transjordan, 1940-1948
FBI Confidential Files and Radical Politics in the U.S., 1945-1972
Immigration: Records of the INS, 1880-1930
Japanese American Incarceration: Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1942-1946
Labor Unions in the U.S., 1862-1974: Knights of Labor, AFL, CIO, and AFL-CIO
Law and Society since the Civil War: American Legal Manuscripts from the Harvard Law School Library
Margaret Sanger Papers: Smith College Collections and Collected Documents
NAACP Papers: Board of Directors, Annual Conferences, Major Speeches, and National Staff Files
NAACP Papers: Branch Department, Branch Files and Youth Department Files
NAACP Papers: Special Subjects
NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns—Education, Voting, Housing, Employment, Armed Forces
NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns--Legal Department Files
NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns—Scottsboro, Anti-Lynching, Criminal Justice, Peonage, Labor, and Segregation and Discrimination Complaints and Responses
Nazi Looted Art and Assets: Records on the Post World War II Restitution Process
New Deal and World War II: President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Office Files and Records of Federal Agencies
Office of Strategic Services (OSS)-State Department Intelligence and Research Reports, 1941-1961
Progressive Era: Reform, Regulation and Rights
Progressive Era: Robert M. La Follette Papers
Progressive Era: Voices of Reform (1875-1945)
Reconstruction and Military Government after the Civil War
Records of the Children's Bureau, 1912-1969
Slavery and the Law
Slavery in Antebellum Southern Industries
Southern Life and African American History, 1775-1915, Plantation Records, Part 2
Southern Life and African American History, 1775-1915, Plantations Records, Part 1
Southern Women and their Families in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Holdings of the Southern Historical Collection
Struggle for Women's Rights: Organizational Records, 1880-1990
Students for a Democratic Society, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, and the Anti-Vietnam War Movement
Temperance and Prohibition Movement, 1830-1933
Thomas A. Edison Papers
U.S. Diplomatic Post Records, 1914-1945
U.S. Military Intelligence Reports, 1911-1944
Vietnam War and American Foreign Policy, 1960–1975
Women at Work during World War II: Rosie the Riveter and the Women's Army Corps
Women’s Studies Manuscript Collections from the Schlesinger Library: Voting Rights, National Politics, and Reproductive Rights
Workers, Labor Unions, and the American Left in the 20th Century: Federal Records
World War I: British Foreign Office Political Correspondence
World War I: Records of the American Expeditionary Forces, and Diplomacy in the World War I Era
World War II: U.S. Documents on Planning, Operations, Intelligence, Axis War Crimes, and Refugees
NEW ARRIVALS JULY 2021
African American Police League Records, 1961-1988
CIA Cold War Research Reports and Records on Communism in China and Eastern Europe
Japanese American Incarceration: Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1942-1946
Nazi Looted Art and Assets: Records on the Post-World War II Restitution Process, 1942-1998
Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency Records, 1853-1999
Progressive Era: Voices of Reform, 1875-1945
Revolutionary War and Early America: Collections from the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1721-1860
Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Law and Order in 19th Century America
Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the U.S. entry into World War II in December 1941, the Roosevelt administration decided that for reasons of “military necessity,” the government would evacuate all persons of Japanese heritage from the West Coast states. The Records of the War Relocation Authority document the day-today running of the 10 relocation camps from 1942-1946. The collection is organized by relocation center. Records include reports and correspondence on issues such as security, education, health, vocational training, agriculture, food, and family welfare.
Gives instructors, students, and researchers of Latin American studies, Spanish, and Portuguese a comprehensive and unique perspective on the region. The first of its kind, the collection’s materials are presented in their original language with abstracts and indexing in Spanish, Portuguese, and English.
Latin American Drama is a one-of-a-kind database with plays written by Latin American playwrights in the 19th-21st centuries. Besides serving as a rich resource for literature scholars, the collection also supports the study of American history, ethnic diversity, immigrations issues, and political history.
ProQuest Leftist Newspapers and Periodicals is a collection of 156 English-language publications spanning beyond the 20th century (1845-2015) covering Communist, Socialist and Marxist thought, theory and practice. Issues covered include workers’ rights, organized labor, labor strikes, Nazi atrocities, McCarthyism’s rise after WWII, Civil Rights, and modern-day class struggles which give rise to renewed interest in alternative social organizations. This collection includes 145 titles with over 150,000 digitized pages.Part of ProQuest Historical Newspapers.
1917 (1986-2016); Oakland, California
Africa in Struggle (1975-1978); London (UK)
The Agitator (1910-1912); Home, Washington
American Appeal (1926-1927); Chicago, Illinois
The American Socialist (1914-1917); Chicago, Illinois
The American Socialist (1954-1959); New York, New York
American Socialist Monthly (1936-1937); New York, New York
American Socialist Quarterly (1934-1935); New York, New York
Anvil (1949-1960); New York, New York
Big Blue Newsletter (2004-2005); Corvallis, Oregon
Black Dwarf (1968-1970); London (UK)
The Black Panther (1968); Oakland, California
Bulletin (1963); London (UK)
Bulletin (1964-1970); Detroit, Michigan
Bulletin (1974-1975); London (UK)
The Bulletin for Socialist Self-Management (1972-1973); London (UK)
The Bulletin of Marxist Studies (1968-1970); London (UK)
The Bulletin of the Leninist League (1939-1950); New York, New York
Campus Spartacist (1965-1971); New York, New York
The Challenge of Youth (1937-1940); New York, New York
The Chicago Organizer (1946); Chicago, Illinois
The Class Struggle (1917-919); New York, New York
The Communist (1919-1922); Chicago, Illinois
The Communist (1927-1944); New York, New York
The Daily Worker (1924-1958); New York
Fight Against War and Fascism (1934); New York, New York
The Fighting Worker (1935-1950); Chicago, Illinois
The Fourth International (1936-1939); Chicago, Illinois
Fourth International (1940-1956); New York, New York
The Fourth International (1958-1964); Paris, France
Fourth International (1964-1982); London (UK)
The Freedom Socialist (1966-1996); Seattle, Washington
GI Voice (1969-1970); Tillicum, Washington
Good Morning (1919-1921); New York, New York
Health and Hygiene (1935-1938); New York, New York
In Defense of Bolshevism (1937-1939); New York, New York
Independent Socialist (1967-1969); Berkeley, California
Indochina (1970-1971); London (UK)
The Industrial Organizer (1941-1942); Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Industrial Union Bulletin (1907-1909); Chicago, Illinois
Industrial Worker (1909-1913); Spokane, Washington
Inprecor (1974-1977); Brussels, Belgium
International (1968-1984); London (UK)
International : A Journal of Marxism in the Labour Party (1985-1987); London (UK)
International Bulletin (1961-1962); London (UK)
International News (1935); New York, New York
International News (1939-1950); Chicago, Illinois
International Socialist (1969-1970); Berkeley
International Socialist Review (1956-1970); New York, New York
The Internationalist (1918); Los Angeles, California
The Internationalist (1997-2014); New York, New York
Labor Action (1933-1934); New York, New York
Labor Action (1936-1937); San Francisco, California
Labor Action (1940-1958); New York, New York
Labor Age (1929-1933); New York, New York
Labor Defender (1926-1937); Chicago, Illinois
The Labor Herald (1922-1924); Chicago, Illinois
Labor Herald Library (1921-1927); Chicago, Illinois
Labor Unity (1927-1928); Chicago, Illinois
Labor Views (1946); Chicago, Illinois
Labour Review (1952-1963); London (UK)
The Liberator (1918-1924); New York, New York
The Little Red Library (1925-1926); Chicago, Illinois
The Marxist (1939); Chicago, Illinois
Marxist Bulletin (1975-1978); London (UK)
Marxist Review (1972-1975); Dublin, Ireland
The Masses (1911-1917); New York, New York
The Militant (1928-1934); New York
The Militant (1941-1971); New York, New York
The New International (1917-1918); New York, New York
The New International (1934-1958); New York, New York
The New Justice (1919-1920); Los Angeles, California
New Majority (1923-1923); Chicago, Illinois
New Masses (1926-1933); New York, New York
New Militant (1934-1936); New York, New York
The New Review (1913-1916); New York, New York
News & Letters (1955-2009); Detroit, Michigan
The Newsletter (1957-1966); London (UK)
The Northwest Organizer (1935-1941); Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Ohio Socialist (1917-1919); Cleveland
The Organizer (1934); Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Plough (1973-1974); Dublin, Ireland
Proletarian Revolution (1984-2008); New York, New York
An Reabhloid (1986-1992); London (UK)
Red Action (1982-2001); London (UK)
The Red Flag (1933-1937); London (UK)
Red Flag (1963-2000); London (UK)
The Red Mole (1970-1973); London (UK)
Red Weekly (1973-1977); London (UK)
Revolt (1938-1941); Chicago, Illinois
Revolution (2003-2013); New York, New York
The Revolutionary Age (1918-1919); New York, New York
Revolutionary Age (1929-1932); New York, New York
Revolutionary Communist Youth Newsletter (1971-1973); New York, New York
Revolutionary Marxist Caucus Newsletter (1970-1971); New York, New York
Soapbox (1939); Berkeley, California
Socialist Action (1983-1992); San Francisco, California
Socialist Appeal (1935-1937); Chicago, Illinois
Socialist Appeal (1937-1941); New York, New York
Socialist Appeal (1941-1949); London (UK)
Socialist Challenge (1977-1982); London (UK)
Socialist Newsletter (1979-1988); London (UK)
Socialist Outlook (1949-1954); London (UK)
Socialist Outlook (1987-1991); London (UK)
Socialist Republic (1975-1996); Dublin, Ireland
Socialist Review (1937); New York, New York
Socialist Viewpoint (1984-1987); London (UK)
Socialist Voice (1976-1984); New York, New York
Socialist Worker (1977-1981); Cleveland, Ohio
The Socialist World (1920-1925); Chicago, Illinois
Solidarity & Workers' Liberty (2007-2014); London (UK)
Southern Worker (1930-1937); Birmingham, Alabama
Soviet Russia Pictorial (1923-1924); New York, New York
Spartacist (1964-2011); New York, New York
Spartacist Britain (1978-1984); London (UK)
Spartacist Canada (1975-2012); Toronto, Canada
Student Socialist (1949-1951); Berkeley, California
The Syndicalist (1913); Chicago, Illinois
The Toiler (1919-1922); New York
Trotskyist Bulletin (1984-2005); Oakland, California
Vanguard Newsletter (1969-1973); New York, New York
Vietnam Solidarity Campaign Bulletin (1966-1969); London (UK)
Voice of Industry (1845-1848); Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Voice of Labor (1923-1924); Chicago, Illinois
The Washington Socialist (1914-1915); Everett, Washington
The Week (1964-1968); London (UK)
The Western Comrade (1913-1918); Los Angeles, California
Western Worker (1932-1936); San Francisco, California
The Woman Today (1936-1937): 19190404 19191128; New York, New York
Women and Revolution (1971-1996); New York, New York
The Worker (1919-1920); Boston, Massachusetts
The Worker (1922-1924); New York
Workers' Action (1968-1971); Emeryville, California
Workers Action (1997-2006); London (UK)
Workers Age (1932-1941); New York, New York
Workers Challenge (1922); New York, New York
The Workers' Council (1921); New York, New York
Workers Hammer (1984-2011); London (UK)
Workers' International News (1940-1949); London (UK)
The Workers Monthly (1924-1927); Chicago, Illinois
Workers News (1987-1997); London (UK)
Workers' Power (1970-1978); Detroit, Michigan
Workers Vanguard (1971-2005); New York, New York
The Workers' World (1919); Kansas City, Missouri
The Working Woman (1931-1933); New York, New York
World Outlook (1963-1968); New York, New York
World Politics (1965-1987); London (UK)
The Young Comrade (1923-1928); Chicago, Illinois
Young Guard (1962-1966); Nottingham (UK)
Young Pioneer (1929-1930); Chicago, Illinois
Young Socialist (1957-1970); New York, New York
Young Socialist (1961-1970); Colombo, Sri Lanka
Young Socialist - The Organizer (1970-1972); New York, New York
Young Spartacus (1931-1935); Westport, Connecticut
Young Spartacus (1973-1986); New York, New York
The Young Worker (1922-1926); New York, New York
Part of the Global Issues Library, this curated database provides a rare breadth of study for students to investigate both crucial global trends in mass incarceration, and the detailed prison infrastructure of specific countries. Mass Incarceration and Prison Studies is organized around a selection of key historical and contemporary events and themes, bringing together archival and reference materials, court cases, first-hand accounts, videos, Supreme Court audio files, research on rehabilitation, training materials and artistic works.
A collection of men’s-interest magazine backfiles serving research in men’s studies/history but also offering important additional perspectives for women’s studies. It includes some of the earliest publications of this type – National Police Gazette and Argosy – and covers key topics such as fashion, sports, health, and arts/entertainment.
Classical Music Reference Library brings together a variety of essential reference materials, spanning the entire history of Western classical music, in a unified online database. Included are the authoritative reference titles Baker's Dictionary of Music, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, and Baker's Student Encyclopedia of Music.
A collection of full-text periodicals depicting American musical life from 1838 to the early 1900s through local and international news, reviews, editorials, sheet music, and advertisements. Over 200,000 pages of material will be available for research on the Alexander Street multimedia platform – the only resource that allows users to cross-search the full text of all articles with videos, audio recordings, photographs, scores, and reference texts.
Create free online and app account to current and historical New York Times content. All UCSD faculty, staff, and students are eligible. Program sponsored by Associated Students and UC San Diego Library.
An archive of Newsweek magazine, one of the premier US weeklies of the 20th -21st centuries. With coverage from 1933 through 2012, it comprises 80 years of news reporting and commentary, charting the key US and global events during this period. Its diverse content beyond news and politics (in areas including business, science/technology, arts, travel, and family life) is such that there is valuable material for researchers in many fields, from history and political science through to economics, women's studies, and media history.
The period of the Renaissance and Reformation, which spans roughly from the 14th through 17th centuries, is rich in history and culture. The field of Renaissance and Reformation studies, which has a critical importance for the understanding of Western culture, can best be approached through a combination of several disciplines including history, the arts, and literature. As such, it is constantly responding to the emergence of new interpretations and ideas for scholars to consider. Oxford Bibliographies Renaissance and Reformation is designed to provide authoritative guidance, combine the best features of a high-level encyclopedia and the best features of a traditional bibliography.
Sociology, the study of society and human behavior, is a highly active discipline which is constantly changing and expanding. Because of the broad, extensive nature of sociology, a vast amount of scholarship and research already exists besides the regular influx of new material.With advances in online searching and database technologies, researchers can easily access library catalogs, bibliographic indexes, and other lists that show thousands of resources that might also be useful to them. In this situation what is most needed is expert guidance. Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology is designed to provide just this sort of authoritative guidance.
Substantive, peer-reviewed, and regularly updated, the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History combines the speed and flexibility of digital with the rigorous standards of academic publishing.Over 375 subject chapters online as of summer 2021.
The first comprehensive, international collection that covers all aspects of theater production design, from the 17th century through to the present day, including scenic and set design, lighting design, sound design, costume design, and makeup. Bringing together essential books and periodicals, archival material, and specially commissioned instructional videos, the collection will cover design concepts for a broad range of performance types, including dance, theatre, opera, and music.
Cover to cover article text and page images of the Chicago Tribune (1849-1986), Los Angeles Times (1881-1986), New York Times (1851-2005), San Francisco Chronicle (1865-1922), Washington Post (1877-1992), Wall Street Journal (1889-1991).
Civil War Era
Atlanta Daily World (1931 - 2003)
The American Hebrew & Jewish Messenger (1857 - 1922)
The American Israelite (1854 - 2000)
The Arizona Republican (1890 - 2007)
The Atlanta Constitution (1868-1984)
The Austin American Statesman (1871 - 1978)
The Baltimore Sun (1837 - 1992)
The Boston Globe (1872-1986)
Calgary Herald: (1883-2010)
Chicago Defender (1909-1995)
Chinese Newspaper Collection (1832 - 1953)
The Christian Science Monitor (1908 - 2004)
The Cincinnati Enquirer (1841 - 2009)
Cleveland Call & Post (1934 - 1991)
Communist Historical Newspaper Collection (1917 - 2013)
Dayton Daily News (1898 - 1922)
Detroit Free Press (1831 - 1999)
Edmonton Journal (1903-2010)
The Globe and Mail (1844 - 2014)
The Guardian and The Observer (1791 - 2003)
Hartford Courant (1764 - 1992)
Indianapolis Star (1903 - 2004)
The Irish Times and The Weekly Irish Times (1859 - 2016)
The Jerusalem Post (1932 - 2008)
The Jewish Advocate (1905 - 1990)
The Jewish Exponent (1887 - 1990)
The Korea Times (1956 - 2016)
Le Monde (1944 - 1995)
Leader-Post (Regina) (1883-2010)
Leftist Newspapers and Periodicals (1845 - 2015)
Los Angeles Sentinel (1934 - 2005)
Louisville Courier Journal
Michigan Chronicle (1936 - 2010)
Le Monde (1944 - 1995)
Montreal Gazette (1857 - 2010
Minneapolis Star Tribune (1867 - 2001)
The Nashville Tennessean (1812 - 2002)
Newsday (1940 - 1989)
New York Amsterdam News (1922 - 1993)
New York Tribune / Herald Tribune (1841 - 1962)
Norfolk Journal and Guide (1916 - 2003)
Ottawa Citizen (1846-2010)
The Philadelphia Inquirer (1860 - 2001)
Philadelphia Tribune (1912 - 2001)
Pittsburgh Courier (1911 - 2002)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazete (1786 - 2003)
The Province (Vancouver) (1898-2010)
Saskatoon Star Phoenix (1902-2009)
The Scotsman (1817 - 1950)
South China Morning Post
St. Louis Post Dispatch (1874 - 2003)
St. Petersburg Times / Tampa Bay Times (1901 - 2009)
Times Colonist (Victoria) (1884-2010)
The Times of India
Toronto Star (1894 - 2015)
Vancouver Sun (1912-2010)
Windsor Star (1893 - 2010)
Workspace provides financial and economic data, news, equity reports, and company & industry analysis. It’s international in scope and covers both public and private company information. RW is most often used for investment analysts’ reports, public company financials & filings, business news, economic indicators, stock prices, and data, and a variety of instruments (bonds, commodities, currencies, ETFs, futures, indexes, options and more). Unique content includes ESG data, performance forecasts & consensus estimates, deals & transactions (M&A, IPOs, venture capital & private equity). Download limit of 150 pages per day, reset daily at midnight local time. New users complete self-registration here - https://my.refinitiv.com/productregistration.html
RW is only available to UC San Diego students, faculty, and staff; only for non-commercial, academic research. It replaces ThomsonONE/Investext and Datastream, and now works across several browsers.
Register only once; otherwise login to Workspace using the main link. You may use web or desktop app version (includes the Workspace add-in for Excel), once you are registered. For more info, see [this page; link coming soon] about system requirements, training videos, download desktop app, detailed coverage, getting a certification and usage guidelines.
This module on one of the most-studied periods in American history consists of 26 collections from the holdings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the first North American historical society and the first library to devote its primary attention to collecting Americana. The collections digitized by ProQuest from the holdings of the Massachusetts Historical Society focus on the Colonial Era, the Revolutionary War and the Early National Period, with some collections extending into the Civil War era. Among the collections on the Colonial Era, one notable collection is the Pre-Revolutionary Diaries, 1635-1774. This collection consists of 276 diaries written by 112 people. Taken together, these diaries provide a rich portrait of life in America before the American Revolution.
Artemas Ward Papers, 1721—1953
Benjamin Lincoln Papers, 1635—1964
Byles Family Papers, 1757—1837
Caleb Strong Papers, 1657—1818
Eldridge Gerry Papers, 1744—1895
Ezekiel Price Papers, 1754—1785
French And Indian War Orderly Books
Governor Jonathan Belcher Letter Books, 1723—1754
Hancock Family Papers, 1728—1830
Israel Williams Papers, 1730—1785
John A. Andrew Papers, 1772—1895
John Thomas Papers, 1693—1839
Louisbourg Papers, 1744—1758
Mascarene Family Papers, 1687—1839
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society Papers, 1792—1970
Meshech Weare Papers, 1776—1786
Oliver Family Papers, 1419—1946
Pre-Revolutionary Diaries, 1635—1774
Revere Family Papers, 1746—1964
Revolutionary War Orderly Books, 1775—1783
Robert Treat Paine Papers, 1730—1814
Samuel Cabot Papers, 1713—1858
Smith-Carter Family Papers, 1669—1880
Smith-Townsend Family Papers, 1670—1892
Timothy Pickering Papers, 1758—1829
William Livingston Papers, 1695—1839
The backfile from its launch in 1967 to the present. One of the most influential consumer magazines of the 20th-21st centuries, it initially sought to reflect the cultural, social, and political outlook of a generation of students and young adults. It has been a leading vehicle for rock and popular music journalism, as well as covering wider entertainment topics such as film and popular culture.
Social Work Online is a first-of-its-kind resource that pairs recently published social work textbooks along with compelling documentaries clinical demonstration videos, and engaging lectures that illustrate the complex and challenging realities social work students will face as practitioners. The content is structured around twelve of the most important topics in the social work curriculum, most of which are applicable worldwide.
Socialism on Film is collection of documentaries, newsreels and features that reveals the world as seen by Soviet, Chinese, Vietnamese, East European, British and Latin American filmmakers. It ranges from the early twentieth century to the 1980s and examines the themes of War & Revolution, News & Current Affairs plus Culture & Society. The whole spectrum of socialist life is here on film.
Sourced from the archives of the British Film Institute (BFI), this resource makes available the superb ETV-Plato Films collection amassed by British communist Stanley Forman in the years following the Second World War. The collection consists of films produced almost exclusively in the communist world and later versioned into English for distribution in the West. All the films included in this resource have been digitized from the original 16mm and 35mm film reels.
The Databank integrates, in digital text format, all of the surviving manuscripts of the Babylonian Talmud and first printed editions. The collection will encompass all primary textual witnesses of the Babylonian Talmud, including the manuscripts of the tractates of the Babylonian Talmud of Oriental, Ashkenazic, Sephardic, or Yemenite provenance, and first printed editions. It will include hundreds of Cairo Geniza and European binding fragments of the Babylonian Talmud, many as both text and digital image.
“This is a living collection of books, articles, documentaries, series, podcasts and more about the Black origins of traditional and popular music dating from the 18th century to present day. Resources are organized chronologically and by genre for ease of browsing”
Spanning more than half a century – of one of the most influential and renowned international editions of Vogue.* Pages are reproduced in high-resolution color, with rich indexing enabling images to be searched by, for example, garment type, designer, and brand names. In addition to the editorial content, covers, advertisements, and pictorial features are captured as separate documents to permit effective searching and discovery.
The magazine had a trade emphasis when it launched in 1964 but, from the outset, it regularly used leading photographers, such as Albert Watson, Helmut Newton, and Richard Avedon. It subsequently became more overtly a magazine of style and is now recognized as the most artistic edition of Vogue.
From the first issue in 1910 to the present year, Women's Wear Daily Archive preserves one of the industry's most influential reads, tracing day-to-day news, opinion, and socio-economic trends, from runway reports to beauty product reviews. WWD is a unique record of the twentieth century US and international fashion and beauty business. Key moments in the history of the industry, as well as major designers, brands, retailers and advertisers are all covered in this publication of record.
An unprecedented digital collection offering access to the runs of more than 100 publications from Archie Comics. It’s one of the longest-running, best-known comic staples, spanning the early 1940s to 2020. Alongside the flagship title, Archie, other prominent titles, which have pervaded wider popular culture, include Sabrina: The Teenage Witch, Josie and the Pussycats, Betty & Veronica, and Jughead.