Provides online contents, innovative and classic, in a wide range of topics in the field of engineering, serving needs of researchers and practitioners. Trial expires May 31, 2020. Contact Aleshia Huber for feedback or questions.
This collection spans five centuries of primary source material documenting the story of food and drink throughout history and illustrates the deep links between food and identity, politics and power, gender, race and socio-economic status, as well as charting key issues around agriculture, nutrition and food production. Trial ends 4/8/2020. Send all feedback to Colleen Hailey at email@example.com
Material has been sourced from institutions across the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia with a focus on gaining as global a view on food history as possible. The earliest documents are from the sixteenth century and the latest from the early twenty-first century.
Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980, represents the single largest compilation of Spanish-language newspapers printed in the U.S. during the 19th and 20th centuries. The distinctive collection features hundreds of Hispanic American newspapers, including many long scattered and forgotten titles published in the 19th century. Trial ends 4/15/2020. Send feedback to Jennifer Embree.
It is based on the “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project,” a national research effort directed by Nicolás Kanellos, Brown Foundation Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Houston.
Statistics portal that provides data on over 80,000 topics from more than 10,000 different sources including agriculture, advertising, health, hospitality, industries, consumer goods, and much more Trial ends May 1, 2020. Send feedback to Colleen Hailey.
Developed by the National Library of China (NLC) Publishing House, this content is mainly based on the NLC’s collection but also includes various collections from libraries countrywide. The Modern Newspaper in China is a subset of the database which includes 208 newspapers with a total of 900,000 editions from 1840-1949. Trial ends 5/3/2020. Please send feedback to Julie Wang.