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Create a Culture of Discovery

Putting informed discourse and critical thinking at the heart of teaching, learning, and research isn’t easy.

Create a culture of growth on your campus by opening previously unexplored research pathways and helping students learn new skills.

Explore the latest Gale collections that shed light on different perspectives throughout history. See how connecting researchers to a variety of relevant primary sources will help them accomplish their goals and help you create a culture of achievement.

Archives of Sexuality and Gender: Community and Identity in North America

Connect researchers to firsthand accounts of activism and social justice, Queer society, and alternative sexualities with content representing various ethnic communities across Canada, the U.S., and Mexico.

History of Disabilities: Disabilities in Society, Seventeenth to Twentieth Century

Created in close partnership with the New York Academy of Medicine Library, this collection demonstrates how society has interacted with individuals considered to have disabilities. 


Political Extremism and Radicalism: Far-Right and Left Political Groups in the U.S., Europe, and Australia in the Twentieth Century

A SIIA Codie award winner, this archive combines content on far-right and fascist movements, alongside significant coverage of radical left groups, to give researchers access to materials from both sides.


Refugees, Relief, and Resettlement: The Early Cold War and Decolonization

Dive into government files, refugee agency reports, and more to get insights into the challenges faced by those forced to flee their homelands as well as agencies that sought to provide resettlement or repatriation services.


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