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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.




Cairn.info is an online web portal of scholarly materials in the humanities and social sciences. Primary research areas include communications, economics, education, geography, history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, political science, law, psychology, sociology, and cultural studies.




Drama Online is a collection of texts, plays, and recorded performances, in addition to scholarly notes, annotated texts, and other academic resources. It is published by Bloomsbury Publishing.




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.




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.




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.




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.




Project MUSE is an online database of more than 600 academic journals and 36,000 ebooks in the humanities and social sciences.




Whitaker's is an annually printed book containing descriptions and profiles of countries, governments, royal families, and yearly dates and events, in addition to topical reviews from the past year. It is published by Bloomsbury Publishing.




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.