We are pleased to offer trials of two new exciting databases:
Ethnographic Video Online: A resource for the study of human culture, behavior and society around the world. The collections contain over 1,300 hours of streaming video, including ethnographic films, documentaries, select feature films, and previously unpublished fieldwork. By placing examples of traditional ethnographic methodologies alongside indigenous-made films representing previously overlooked perspectives, scholars, teachers and students of anthropology can gain a sense of the discipline’s history and of its future direction.
Indian Claims Insight: This resource helps us understand and analyze Native American migration and resettlement throughout U.S. history, as well as U.S. Government Indian removal policies and subsequent actions to address Native American claims against the U.S. Government. The collection includes docket materials for all Indian Claims Commission cases, as well as cases that preceded and followed the existence of the commission.
Both trials are available through April 1st. Please send questions and trial feedback to Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Service.
What’s old is new again! We are pleased to offer a trial of the American Antiquarian Society’s Historical Periodicals, a comprehensive primary source collection of more than 500 American periodicals between 1684 and 1912. The collection includes digitized images of the pages of magazines and journals not available from any other source and provides content detailing American history and culture. These specialized collections cover advertising, health, women’s issues, science, the history of slavery, industry and professions, religious issues, culture and the arts, and more. Explore and enjoy!
Our trial is available through March 1st. Please send questions and trial feedback to Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Services.
We are pleased to offer a trial of Black Abolitionist Papers, a primary source collection that comprehensively details the extensive work of African Americans to abolish slavery in the United States prior to the Civil War. Covering the period 1830-1865, the collection presents the international impact of African American activism against slavery in the writings and publications of the activists themselves. The approximately 15,000 articles, documents, correspondence, proceedings, manuscripts, and literary works of almost 300 Black abolitionists show the full range of their activities in the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, France and Germany.
We are also conducting a trial of the Black Studies Center, a cross-searchable gateway to Black Studies including scholarly essays, recent periodicals, historical newspaper articles, reference books, and much more.
Our trial is available through December 14th. Please send questions and trial feedback to Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Services.
We are pleased to offer a trial of The Stationers’ Company Archive, an enlightening resource for understanding the workings of the early book trade, the printing and publishing community, the establishment of legal requirements for copyright provisions and the history of bookbinding. Explore extremely rare documents dating from 1554 to the 21st century in this resource of research material for historians and literary scholars.
Please note that PDF downloads are not available during the trial.
Our trial is available through November 8th. Please send questions and trial feedback to Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Services.
We are pleased to offer a trial of exciting new content on Oxford Research Encyclopedias.
You may already know and love the Oxford Research Encyclopedias (OREs). They offer overview articles written, peer-reviewed, and edited by leading scholars. The OREs cover both foundational and cutting-edge topics for major areas of research across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
Take this opportunity to test drive OREs and to view the articles in these new subject areas:
Latin American History
Our trial is available through October 28th. If you have any questions, contact Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Services.