A digital library that includes over 3,000 play texts, over 400 audio plays, 345 hours of video and over 400 books of criticism and performance practice from leading theatre publishers and companies. Trial ends November 23, 2021.Contact Bern Mulligan for feedback or questions.
Includes thousands of high-quality e-books assessed by EBSCO Collection Development Librarians on the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Trial ends November 23, 2021.Contact Caryl Ward for feedback or questions.
Includes films from the following suppliers: California Newsreel, Green Planet Films, Intelecom Learning, Davidson Films, PBS, and New Day Films, HBO Documentaries, First Run, FilmRise, MVD, Roadshow, 1091 Media, Strand Releasing, Music Box, A24, and Global Low ROI
** For mediated titles, submit a Title Request form.
Excluded collections: Samuel Goldwyn Films (selected titles left open per instructions), Transmission, AVON and Breaking Glass. See Find and Using Streaming Video for information.
Contains all obtainable published issues of the Russian emigre newspapers Russkoe Slovo (1910-1920) and Novoe Russkoe Slovo (1920-2010) published in New York City (approx. 40,000 pages), including issues of the newspaper’s predecessor title Russkoe slovo. It is the most comprehensive collection available for this title and features full page-level digitization, complete original graphics, and searchable text. Trial ends October 30, 2021. Please send feedback to Jean Green
This archive is also cross-searchable with numerous other East View digital resources.
One of the oldest weekly magazines in Russia, having been in continuous publication since 1923. This digital archive contains all obtainable published issues from 1923 on. It is the most comprehensive collection available for this title and features full page-level digitization, complete original graphics, and searchable text. Trial ends October 30, 2021. Please send feedback to Jean Green
It is also cross-searchable with numerous other East View digital resources.
Searchable full-text and page images from The Chicago Defender archive which was the leading African American news publication before World War I. With more than half of its circulation outside of its home base in Chicago, the Defender covered many significant events in American history that received only cursory attention from other newspapers. Also searchable through the Black Studies Center database.
During World War I, the Defender successfully urged African-Americans to leave the segregated South to work in the industrial North. It covered the Red Summer Riots of 1919, editorialized for anti-lynching legislation, and published Walter White and Langston Hughes, as well as early works of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks.
Searchable full-text and page images from the Chicago Tribune archive, Provided in-depth coverage during the Civil War period and includes many special editions such as the Lincoln Centenary Issue. Delivers cover-to-cover full-images in PDF and searchable ASCII text.
A full-text, full-image collection of over 1000 newspapers, newsbooks, pamphlets, and broadsides dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. They have been digitized from the Reverend Charles Burney Collection at the British Museum. Trial ends October 19, 2021. Contact Jim Galbraith for feedback or questions.
Full-text collection contains over 150,000 pages of printed text, spanning nearly 100 years of British history. Features many rare news media resources. Trial ends October 19, 2021. Contact Jim Galbraith for feedback or questions.
Includes: Applebee’s Original Weekly Journal, Athenian Mercury, Flying Post or Postmaster, London Gazette, Mist’s Weekly Journal, Original Weekly Journal, Post Boy, Post Man or the Historical Account, and theTatler