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Bibliographie Internationale de l'Humanisme et de la Renaissance (BIHR) is an annual bibliography of citations to books and articles in several areas of study of Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries: literature, philosophy, history, religion, the arts, economics, political science, law, and the sciences. It is published by Librairie Droz under the patronage of the International Federation of Societies and Institutes for the Study of the Renaissance.
About the Bibliography of Asian Studies from their website, http://bmc.lib.umich.edu/bas/Help/about.
This on-line version of the Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS) contains 787,165 records on all subjects (especially in the humanities and the social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide from 1971 to the present. In 2011 the interface of the BAS was completely rebuilt and now uses an up-to-date search engine and facets, while all the entries were converted into Unicode format.
The BAS is updated regularly, with batch posting of thousands of new entries in each upload.
In addition to entries compiled since 1997, the online BAS includes the full data...
Bloomberg Law provides access to legal content, integrated with tools and Bloomberg L.P.’s proprietary company and market information and news. More information on the product at: http://about.bloomberglaw.com/product-features/overview. The product incorporates many of the datrabases and content offered previously by the Bureau of National Affairs, which was purchased by Bloomberg L.P. in 2011.
The British industrial revolution: mills and education is a thematic series contained as a sub-set within the digitized archival content known as British Online Archives (BOA), distributed by Microform Academic Publishers (MAP). This series includes the following collections:
Bolton's mills, how the spinning mule changed the textile industry, 1672-1929Bristol shipping records: imports and exports, 1770-1917...
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