US Cultural and Ethnic Studies
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More than 17,000 news, business, and legal sources from LexisNexis: local, national, and international newspapers, busininess, financial, and company information, law reviews and journals, and state and federal cases and statues including U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
A comprehensive collection of scholarship focusing on the lives and events which have shaped African American and African history and culture. Includes major reference works, biographies, bibliographies, primary source documents, images, maps, and other supplementary material.
Women Together: The Journal of North Country Women was a bi-monthly, then quarterly, then bi-annual, newsletter for women in northern New York produced by a group of women who referred to themselves as North Country Women or The North Country Women’s Collective. North Country Women began meeting as a group in 1974 to discuss feminism and raise consciousness. The Women Together newsletter was born from these meetings and discussions as a tool to circulate ideas and increase consciousness.
EBL e-books are a substantial collection of electronic texts available through Encore, ODYsseus, and the ConnectNY catalog. EBL e-books strengthen our collection in areas like economics, business, education, modern languages, performing arts, religious studies, and networked information technology. Among the presses contributing titles to EBL books are Oxford University Press, MIT Press, Cambridge University Press, University of California Press, McGill-Queen’s University Press, and Harvard University Press. EBL e-books are published through ConnectNY, when you open an EBL e-book you wil
Books and other materials published between 1700 - 1800 in Great Britain and a number of British Colonies. Includes titles from the eighteenth century in the English Short Title Catalogue, and contemporary works that provide analysis of those titles. Fully searchable.
ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is an online collection of approximately 3,700 books on humanities topics. This collection is searchable through Encore and ODYsseus.
Nearly 4,000 narratives told by ex-slaves collected under the auspices of the Works Projects Administration between 1936 and 1938