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Index of Western-language publications on topics relating to Asia.
Index of articles, books, conference proceedings, dissertations, and art exhibition and dealer's catalogs covering European and American art from late antiquity onwards. Note that this database is no longer being updated.
Encyclopedia covering topics related to bioethics, including genetically modified foods, social justice, sustainability, and chemical warfare.
Access to collection 1 with over 70 peer-reviewed journals in the life sciences. Coverage for most journals begins in 2000.
Provides detailed scientific information for over 10,700 birds across the globe. Each online species entry contains recordings of that bird's songs and calls, images, videos, migration patterns, and maps of distribution.
Monthly publication with forecasts of U.S. economic growth, inflation, interest rates, and indicators of future business activity. Available as both pdf and Excel files.
Scholarly encyclopedia covering all aspects of the Hindu tradition.
Extensive encyclopedia on the Greco-Roman classical world and its interactions with other cultures in antiquity and the early Middle Ages.
Web version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Digital library containing some of the core primary and secondary sources for the study of medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Includes government documents, most notably the domestic Calendar of State Papers for 1547-1704 and the foreign Calendar of State Papers for 1547-1589.
Digitized collection of British manuscripts, including poems, plays, novels, diaries, journals, religious writings, and correspondence. Consists of two parts (Medieval and Renaissance, and 1660-1900), which can be searched separately or together. Note that while the full text of the manuscripts is not searchable, a searchable, detailed description is provided for each.
Digital collection of early English news media from the 17th and 18th centuries. Includes pamphlets, broadsides, periodicals, and an extensive collection of London newspapers.