EXPANDING THE POSSIBILITIES OF RESEARCH FOR LIBRARIES AND THEIR USERS
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We have a vast digital archive of Primary Sources, research databases, reference books (both eBook and print), and more!
Power to the People: Counterculture, Social Movements, and the Alternative Press, Nineteenth to Twenty-first Century showcases a range of ideas, initiatives, and social movements devoted to people-powered politics and organising from the nineteenth through twenty-first centuries.
Records of Shanghai and the International Settlement, 1836–1955, provides a primary source collection vital to understanding and researching the social, political, and economic history of not just the British-dominated yet highly globalised International Settlement in Shanghai but the history of modern China.
This archive provides access to the backfile of one of the world’s longest-running and most respected newspapers, including supplements and its early editions as the Daily Universal Register. A valuable multidisciplinary resource, it is one of the most cited newspapers in modern scholarship.
The archives in this series provide the largest and most comprehensive online historical archive of its kind, with fully searchable digitizations of every significant English-language and foreign-language title printed in the United Kingdom between the years 1701 and 1800.
Consisting of six parts, this series forms one of the largest collections of regional newspapers from the UK, providing an alternative voice to the major national newspapers. This project has digitised titles from England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, providing over 200 years of rare documents.
Gale specializes in scanning materials and applying search tools that focus on improving academic research. While many newspapers are accessible in digitized formats elsewhere, they will not have the advanced search tools that help users to discover new research topics and avenues for inquiry.
Once the world's largest-selling newspaper, this daily newspaper is generally cited by press historians as the start of a new era of journalism. It is one of the few newspapers that notably changed its political leaning, and has contributors including British Prime Ministers and senior politicians.