A groundbreaking environment integrates digital collections for innovative research.
Primary sources track western development through the lens of trade and wealth.
LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 covers topics including LGBTQ activism and the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Oliveira Lima Library spotlights colonialism, Indigenous Peoples and much more.
A multi-module digitization and publishing program that documents China’s transformation from an imperial dynasty into a modern republic.
Printed Books from the British Library The first full-text digital library of its kind, with content in Arabic script.
Primary documents are sourced from collections in the U.S. and abroad.
The largest project of its kind covers the subject from a global perspective.
A diverse, appealing search enables intelligent inquiry into culture and heritage.
Gives insight into major events, people and trends from the mid-1800s through the twentieth century from the Associated Press Corporate Archive.
Includes 5 million review citations, with links to 630,000+ full-text reviews.
Full coverage of the influential periodical supports scholarly research.
Contains the regular edition and the Atlantic Editions (printed on cruise liners).
Liberty charted the moods, lifestyles, fads and fortunes of middle-class America.
Archive The pioneering photojournalism newspaper covered social and political issues.
All issues, seasonal numbers and almanacs of the iconic British publication.
Rare, historic primary sources support research of LGBTQ history.
Nearly 150 years of the influential paper includes both the daily and Sunday editions.
One of the most innovative papers available in terms of design and avenues of investigation.
An essential companion for studying literary activity and critical opinion makers.
Analysis and commentary on murder, theatre, sport and politics: all in glorious narrative detail.