“Transcripts of the Malcolm X Assassination Trial” — Window on a turbulent time

Learn about the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X in the new Library resource “Transcripts of the Malcolm X Assassination Trial.” At the time of his assassination, Malcolm X was seen as a controversial figure for giving voice to … Continue reading

Follow changing perceptions of gender in “Gender: Identity and Social Change”

The Library’s new online resource “Gender: Identity and Social Change” examines the history of gender in the English-speaking world, beginning with coercive enforcement of gender roles in the nineteenth century and moving through twentieth century activism toward a more inclusive … Continue reading

Learn about the art market in ArtPrice, the world leader in art market information

Whatever aesthetic value art has for you, it will have a price on the open market. Many works of art that affect the emotions of the viewer are created to be sold for what the market will bear. ArtPrice is an … Continue reading

History and traditions of Buddhism featured in “Treasury of Lives”

Treasury of Lives, originally known as The Tibetan Lineages Project, is a biographical encyclopedia that collects historical biographies of deceased scholars, masters, and leaders in traditional Himalayan and Inner Asian society and culture from the 8th century to the present … Continue reading

Read untold history in “Japanese-American Relocation Camp Newspapers”

The online resource “Japanese-American Relocation Camp Newspapers: Perspectives On Day-To-Day Life” brings together 25 individual newspaper titles from the Library of Congress. The database contains 24,838 PDF images documenting life from 1942 through 1945 in what were known as “relocation … Continue reading

Dig into history with “American Indians and the American West, 1809-1971”

The Library now offers the online resource History Vault: American Indians and the American West, 1809-1971, which adds 36 new collections to the ProQuest History Vault of primary source materials designed to improve research outcomes on issues related to American … Continue reading

De Gruyter e-books resource includes many Open Access titles!

It’s Open Access Week, a time to recognize a growing movement intent on making Open Access licensing the publishing default in academic research. De Gruyter EBooks is a Library online resource providing access to recent German titles, including 2021 Open … Continue reading

Library offers free access to New York Times digital resource!

The Library is now offering full online access to the New York Times to everyone in the University community! Create a FREE account and you’ll get all the Times’ content, including world news, politics, opinion, business, the arts, book reviews, the … Continue reading

Library resources can help with research, whatever your level of experience!

Academic research can be challenging, and the Library has easy-to-use resources that can help you get rolling! Learning Hub In the Library’s Learning Hub you will find all kinds of “How to…” information, from finding books and accessing articles and … Continue reading

The beginnings of Jim Crow America in the database “African Americans and Jim Crow”

With the database “African Americans and Jim Crow: Repression and Protest, 1883-1922” the Library offers access to the burst of African American literary creativity that followed victory over the Southern Confederacy and slavery. Many of the works produced by the … Continue reading