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This database (formerly "Latin American Newsstand") provides access to current content and the past two decades for more than 130 full text news sources in Spanish, Portuguese and English from across Central and South America. It also contains content from wire services and regional magazines.
Latinobarómetro is an annual public opinion survey that as of 2016 involved some 20,000 interviews in 18 Latin American countries, representing more than 600 million inhabitants.
LegalTrac is an online database of legal journal abstracts and full text articles. It serves students, law school faculty and legal researchers alike.
Liberty Magazine Historical Archive, 1924-1950 provides access to the historical archive of Liberty: A Weekly for Everybody.
Founded in 1924 by Joseph Patterson and Robert McCormick, this illustrated American magazine provided art, stories, articles, and advertisements from the United States during the Depression era and World War II.
Life under Nazi rule, reports by anti-fascists in occupied Europe, 1933-1945 provides access to 2 volumes of Anti-fascist publications of the International Transport Worker's Federation, 1933-1945.
The Linguistic Bibliography Online is an essential linguistic reference tool that is unique in its field. It provides over 250.000 bibliographical references to scholarly publications in linguistics and is by far the most comprehensive bibliography in the field.
The Listener Historical Archive, 1929-1991 provides access to a collection of archived issues from BBC's weekly magazine, The Listener.
This weekly periodical reproduced and reported on BBC broadcasts in radio and television. The archive consists the complete 62 year run of the publication covering new films and books, major literary and musical programs, daily life during World War II, 20th Century poetry, science broadcasting, politics, and more.
Literature Online is a fully searchable library of more than 350,000 works of English and American poetry, drama and prose from the 8th to the 21st century, with thousands critical articles, essays, biographies and encyclopedia entries.
Literature Resources from Gale brings together content from a range of sources that comprise Literature Resource Center and LitFinder. These two complementary databases are accessible in a single interface, specifically designed to meet the needs of the literature researcher.
The Literaturnaia Gazeta (Литературная газета) digital archive contains 6,470 issues of this cultural and political newspaper from Russia. The collection covers issues dating from 1929 to the present. The archive is full-image and searchable text.
East View reports that the archive will grow with ongoing subscription, hosted on East View's Universal Database platform.
The London Review of Books (LRB) was founded in 1979 and is a British literary magazine published twice monthly that features articles and essays on fiction and non-fiction subjects, which are usually structured as book reviews.
The Dutch publisher Brill has released a database of high-resolution color scans of Middle Eastern manuscripts collected by early Orientalist scholars from Leiden, held in the research collection at Leiden University Library. This database is referred to in full as Middle Eastern Manuscripts Online 1 (MEMO 1): Pioneer Orientalists, the Manuscript Collections of Scaliger, Raphelengius and Golius from the Leiden University Library.
There is an open resource/aggregated content http://www.mirabileweb.it/index.aspx?lingua=enMedioevo Latino (MEL) Bibliotheca Scriptorum Latinorum Medii Recentiorisque Aevi (BISLAM) Compendium Auctorum Medii Aevi (CALMA) Medioevo Musicale (MEM)
Additional publications are included freeRomance Database Hagiographic Database Journals – publisher Edizioni del Galluzzo: back file and new issues; institution with active print subscription get a discount Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale Filologia Mediolatina Hagiographica Iconographica Itineraria...
MIT Press' Direct to Open (D2O) is a new, collective action model, built to support the open access publication of digital monographs from the MIT Press.
The MLA International Bibliography indexes books and articles relating to modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics. Coverage includes literature from all over the world--Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. Folklore is represented by folk literature, music, art, rituals, and belief systems. Linguistics and language materials range from history and theory of linguistics, comparative linguistics, semantics, stylistics, and syntax to translation. Other topics include literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts (film, radio, television, theater), and history of printing and publishing.
Making of the Modern Law (MoML) series includes:MoML 1: US & UK Legal Treatises, 1800-1926 MoML 2: US Sup. Ct. Records & Briefs, 1832-1978 MoML 3: Trials, 1600-1926 MoML 4: Primary Sources I, 1620-1926 MoML 5: Primary Sources II, 1700-1970 MoML 6: Foreign, Comparative, International, c. 1600-1926 MoML 7: Foreign Primary Sources I, 1600-1970 MoML 8: Foreign Primary Sources II MoML 9: Papers of American Civil Liberty Union
The Making of the Modern World (MOMW) is a very large digital collection of over 60,000 works primarily on economics written in Europe and the United States. It is comprised of two parts: MOMW I (1450-1850), and MOMW II (1851-1914).
Manchester Medieval Sources Online provides access to a collection of 33 ebooks that contain texts from the terror of the Black Death to the drama of the Norman invasions.
The collection includes the following titles:Monasticism in Late Medieval England, c.1300-1535 Crime, Law and Society in the Later Middle Ages Popular Protest in Late Medieval Europe Late Merovingian France
A full title list is available in the Appendix section.
Manchester Security, Conflict & Peace 2018 provides access to eBook collection of 58 books.
According to Manchester University Press, the collection of books are written by leading names in the field covering key issues and debates on international, regional and national security, domestic and international terrorism as well as conflict management and resolution and practices of peace building.
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