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The following databases being evaluated for possible subscription. Let us know what you think!
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Discover important art and architectural history scholarship from some of the world's finest publishers and museums in an innovative new way. Search, read, cite, note, and more.
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The Atlantic Magazine Archive, 1857-2014, covers events and political issues through literary and cultural commentary. It includes more than 1,800 issues providing a broad view of 19th, 20th and early 21st-Century American thought.
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The Stalin Digital Archive (SDA) provides unprecedented access to historically significant content and robust online capabilities for research and teaching. The SDA provides access to primary source materials from Stalin's personal papers and insightful monographs on communism.
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The Time Magazine Archive presents an extensive collection of the prominent weekly news magazine dating back to its first issue in March 1923 through December 2000, presented in a comprehensive cover-to-cover format.
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Includes over 300 Very Short Introductions in the Arts and Humanities. These titles cover a range of subject areas, across History, Literature, Philosophy, Religion, and more. Whether you want to read about The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, Indian Cinema, Modern Drama, Sikhism, Philosophy, or Classics, you’ll find it here.
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Includes over 150 Short Introductions in Science and Mathematics, covering a range of subject areas, from Physics to Psychology. Whether you want to read about topics from Superconductivity to Black Holes, Evolution to the Animal Kingdom, or Climate Change, you’ll find it here.
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Includes over 90 Short Introductions in the Social Sciences, ranging over a variety of subject areas including Economics and Politics. The introductions cover a wide range of topics such as: Public Administration to Social and Cultural Anthropology, Globalization to Corruption, Economics to Social Work.
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