The content in this database is sourced from more than 19,000 American and global news sources, including over 400 current and historical Black publications. It covers the time period from the early 18th century to the early 21st – from pre-Revolution America to the modern era.
This collection of Foreign Office files explores the history of Persia (Iran), Central Asia and Afghanistan from the decline of the Silk Road in the first half of the nineteenth century to the establishment of Soviet rule over parts of the region in the early 1920s.
This resources provides a centralized means for discovery and access to a variety of Chinese resources, including scholarly journals, monographs, statistical publications, government documents, newspapers, dissertations, patents, and more.
The Diplomat includes articles on international current-affairs, geo-political trends, defense and intelligence, environment, human security, development, arts, social trends, and culture for the Asia-Pacific region.
The Dryad Digital Repository is a curated resource that makes research data discoverable, freely reusable, and citable. Dryad is a general-purpose home for a wide diversity of data types. Anyone can search and download data for re-use, and Dryad provides a citation to credit the creator. Members of Michigan State University can create an account, deposit dataset and associated files, and manage those in this digital repository. Owning an ORCID ID (https://orcid.org) is encouraged.
Early European Books Collection 12 gathers a selection of around 1,200 titles from the prestigious Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris. Collection 12 is themed on the topics of history and governance and is drawn from works published across France, from the earliest incunabula to items dating from the late 17th century.
This full-text database is a dedicated resource covering the culture, traditions, social treatment and lived experiences of different ethnic groups in America. It provides full text from a growing list of sources including peer-reviewed journals, magazines, e-books, biographies and primary source documents.
The Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection is currently the world’s largest online archive of open-access, full image Japanese American and other overseas Japanese newspapers in Asia and South America. The Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection is open to the public and does not require registration for viewing most of the titles. Some content is currently restricted to Stanford University users due to copyright agreement with the publishers.
Curated selection of key political, cultural, economic and opinion pieces, professionally translated into English, from over 150 media sources in 22 Arab countries and the diaspora, coded according to subject area and country. Searchable database back to 2005 and daily briefing available.
Native American Indians, 1645-1819, contains over 1,600 documents, including treaties, transcribed letters from Native American leaders, the minutes of tribal meetings, histories of numerous tribes, missionary reports, captivity narratives, firsthand accounts of battles, trading records, military rosters, expedition logs and maps, trial records, legislative bills, books on Native American languages and grammar, military rosters, governors’ and legislators’ reports, ballads, songs, plays and more.
Refinitiv Workspace is the new name and interface for ThomsonOne. It provides information on public & private global companies and includes: financials and filings, news & corporate events, ESG information, and deals. It uses SDC Platinum data for information on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and more dating back to the 1970s. It also has equity transactions, bond deals, syndicated loans, finance projects, corporate governance, and much more.
The Score Follower Library (SFL) is a paid, faceted search tool that allows users to filter through Score Follower’s public archive of works by instrumentation, work duration, composer nationality, and other useful facets.
Volume III, Judaism expands the series to include 100,000 pages of the most important works and primary sources that document the evolution of Judaism from the 1890s-2010s.
This collection contains a curated selection of unpublished primary sources, coupled with key in-copyright or difficult-to-find texts and authors. It addresses the specific needs of scholars and students of Judaism and other religions, while broadening the value the complete Twentieth Century Religious Thought Library brings to inter-religion study. Featured contributors include the National Library of Israel, Jewish Publications Society (University of Nebraska Press), and more.