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McFarland & Company is an academic publisher of works on a wide variety of topics, and specializes in covering areas often underrepresented in academic literature, such as video games, sports and popular culture. Please look through McFarland's online catalogue to find books in your area of interest.
Adam Matthew Digital publishes databases of primary sources and accompanying supporting material; we have access to a large number of databases relevant to major topics in American and World History.
NewspaperARCHIVE.com is an online database of digitized newspapers, with over 2 billion news articles; coverage extends from 1607 to the present from US, Canada, the UK, and 20 other countries.
Newspapers.com includes more than 73 million pages from 3,000+ newspapers. The collection includes some major newspapers for limited periods (e.g., 50 years of the New York Times), but mostly consists of US regional papers from the 1700s to the late 1980s. Free accounts through the Wikipedia Library include access to Newspapers.com Publisher Extra content.
Loeb Classical Library is a virtual collection of classical writings includes epic and lyric poetry, tragedy and comedy, history, travel, philosophy, oratory, medicine, mathematics, and religion - a total of over 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts.
Miramar Ship Index is an index to ships and their histories, covering iron and steel sailing ships, powered merchant ships, and warships, since the early 19th century.
Fold3 is a database of documents, images, and other material covering American, British, Australian, and New Zealand military history. Significant collections cover African-American and Native American history, the US Bureau of Investigation, Project Blue Book and other aspects of American's history and military organizations and conflicts.
Who's Who contains more than 34,000 autobiographical entries on noteworthy people. This collection also includes Who Was Who, a further 94,000 entries on deceased people. It is published by Bloomsbury Publishing.
Ancestry.com comprises a collection of genealogical, historical, and genetic records. This partnership gives access to the World Explorer membership, which includes all US and international records.
JSTOR is one of the largest and most reputable journal archives in the world. The content set currently available to the Wikipedia editors includes all of JSTOR's archival journal collections and the 19th Century British Pamphlets collection.
Érudit is a Canadian web portal of scholarly materials. Its primary focus is the humanities and social sciences, but it also includes some publications in the physical and natural sciences.
Numérique Premium provides access to social science and humanities works in law, economics, geography, history, languages, philosophy, psychology, education, information sciences, political science, sociology, and sports.
Taylor & Francis is an academic publisher of journals and books, offering access to several of their collections.
MIT Press Journals is a scholarly publisher of over 30 journals in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
Baylor University Press is a publisher of academic e-books primarily in religious studies and the humanities. Editors can select titles of interest from their catalogue.
Sabinet is an online database of full text South and Southern African journals. Access includes coverage of a wide variety of topic areas; much of Sabinet's content is in English, but there are also publications in various other European and African languages (particularly Afrikaans).
OpenEdition is a publisher of books and journals in the social sciences and humanities. While most of OpenEdition's content is Open Access, they have donated access to Freemium for Journals, an additional collection of 140 usually paywalled journals.
EBSCO Information Services is a major US-based provider of library resources and information services. EBSCO's partnership with The Wikipedia Library includes access to multiple databases.
Gale is a very large American educational publisher of multiple research databases. Gale access includes Gale Academic OneFile, Gale General OneFile, Gale eBooks, Gale OneFile: News, Gale In Context: Biography, Gale Primary Sources, NewsVault, and The Times Digital Archive.
Kinige is an ebook store comprised of Indian language books, primarily those written in Telugu. Kinige are providing free access to 10 ebooks per month.
Magiran is a publisher of newspapers and scientific journals.
Edinburgh University Press is an academic publisher of books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. EUP are providing access to their journals collection, on subjects including Film and Media Studies, History, Literary Studies, and Scottish Studies.
The Central and Eastern European Online Library is a publisher of a wide range of Humanities and Social Sciences journals and ebooks. Access includes more than 1700 journals, but does not currently include ebooks.
L'Harmattan is a French social sciences and humanities publisher with 27,000 titles in social sciences, literature, specialized literature from five continents, rare books, videos and journals.
Project MUSE is an online database of more than 600 academic journals and 36,000 ebooks in the humanities and social sciences.
Springer Nature is a large academic publisher of books, journals, and reference works. They are offering access to nature.com, which comprises primarily journals in the physical and life sciences, and link.springer.com, a broad collection of multidisciplinary research.
De Gruyter is a scholarly publisher specializing in academic literature. Accounts can access the electronic resources available through De Gruyter Online, which include ebooks and journals in arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, theology/religion, medicine, mathematics, law and general reference.
Taaghche is an e-book store that offers more than 60,000 books, magazines, newspapers, and audiobooks across three platforms: Android, IOS, and Web Reader.
Cairn.info is an online web portal of scholarly materials. Primary research areas include communications, economics, education, geography, history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, political science, law, psychology, sociology, and cultural studies.
The Academic Video Online collection from Alexander Street Press includes videos in a range of subject areas, including news programs, music and theatre, lectures and demonstrations, and documentaries. The Women and Social Movements Library comprises primary source documents and scholarly essays on women's activism.
Cambridge University Press is a publisher of academic journals and e-books in a variety of subject areas. They are offering access to Cambridge Core, which includes journal articles and ebooks, and the Orlando collection.
Al Manhal is a major Arabic provider of full-text electronic journals, theses and ebooks. Its eLibrary includes approximately 36,000 publications across a variety of subject areas.
ProQuest is a multidisciplinary research provider. This access includes ProQuest Central, which includes a large collection of journals and newspapers, Literature Online, the HNP Chinese Newspaper Collections, and the Historical New York Times.