A year-by-year record of British and world events published annually since 1758, including historical context and perspective, a mass of biographical information, and key insights into contemporary 18th and 19th century attitudes towards the political and social events, issues, developments, and trials of the time.
Black Abolitionist Papers, which covers the period 1830-1865, details the extensive work of African Americans to abolish slavery in the United States prior to the Civil War. This collection presents the massive, international impact of African American activism against slavery, in the writings and publications of the activists themselves. It includes articles, correspondence, documents, editorials, essays, lectures, literary works, manuscripts, poems, proceedings, receipts, sermons, and speeches of Black abolitionists in Canada, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, and the United States, including content from several African American, abolitionist, and reform newspapers.
Contains more than two thousand transcripts of actual therapy sessions, forty thousand pages of client narratives and twenty five thousand pages of major reference works. There are diaries, letters, autobiographies, oral histories, and personal memoirs along with the full text of therapy and counseling sessions themselves. All accounts are non-fiction, delivered in the first person and, where possible, contemporaneous.
Features the entire corpus of Barth's Gesamtausgabe. Published under the TVZ imprint, this definitive edition of Barth's works in German currently comprises more than 40 volumes of sermons, letters, lectures, conversations, and academic writings.
Includes principal works of Protestant writers of the Reformation and post-Reformation eras, including biblical commentaries, catechisms, church histories, disputations, pastoral writings, personal letters, sermons, and treatises. Includes works by authors such as Jacob Arminius, Robert Barclay, Richard Baxter, Theodore Beza, Johann Buxtorf, John Calvin, Thomas Cramner, Pierre Du Moulin, Thomas Goodwin, Melchior Leydekker, Martin Luther, Stephen Nye, Michael Servetus, Faustus Socinus, Pietro Martire Vermigli, John Whitgift, Daniel Zwicker, and Ulrich Zwingli. Languages represented include English, French, German, and Latin.
Includes primary resources in English, French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish from Catholic authors in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries before, during, and after the landmark decrees of the Council of Trent, such as biblical commentaries, catechisms, confessors’ manuals, devotional literature, inquisitorial manuals, liturgical works, papal documents, preaching guides, synodal decrees, and theological treatises. Authors represented include Antoine Arnauld, Michael Bajus, Cesare Baronio, Robert Bellarmine, Johannes Cochlaeus, Luis de Granada, and Thomas Stapleton.
Includes first-person accounts, including letters and diaries, narratives, and other primary source materials, pertaining to early experiences in Australasia from the arrival of the first settlers through to Australian Federation at the close of the nineteenth century.
Includes the back files (1918-2015) of 15 major magazines, spanning areas including current events, international relations, and public policy. Offer multiple perspectives on the contemporary contexts of the major events, trends, and interests in these fields throughout the twentieth century. Magazines include Americas; Church & State; Common Cause Magazine; Dollars & Sense; Europe; Fellowship; In These Times; NATO Review; New Internationalist; Newsweek; State Legislatures; UN Chronicle; Unesco Courier; Whole Earth; World Tomorrow.
The 17th and 18th Century Nichols Newspapers Collection features the newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets and broadsheets that form the Nichols newspaper collection held at the Bodleian library in Oxford, UK. All 296 volumes of bound material, covering the period 1672-1737 are presented in digitized format in this database. This collection charts the history of the development of the press in England and provides invaluable insight into 17th-18th century England.
Articles from rock music news media covering a wide range of artists. Database includes the UK publications NME, Melody Maker, Sounds, Record Mirror, MOJO, Uncut, Vox, Q, Smash Hits and Kerrang! as well as the US publications Rolling Stone, Fusion, Creem, Circus, Phonograph Record, Record World and Billboard.
Contains primary footage and secondary documentaries that explore the key events of the sixties and early seventies, including the civil rights movement, the women's rights movement and the sexual revolution. It features interviews with major players of the decade, including political leaders John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Richard Nixon, and revolutionaries such as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Cesar Chavez, and Elaine Brown.
Includes content from other Alexander Street Press databases such as North American Women's Letters and Diaries; British and Irish Women's Letters and Diaries; North American Immigrant Letters, Diaries, and Oral Histories; The American Civil War: Letters and Diaries; Black Thought and Culture; and Manuscript Women's Letters and Diaries from the American Antiquarian Society.
US Midwest Newsstream enables users to search the most recent regional news content, as well as archives which stretch back to the 1980s featuring newspapers, newswires, and news sites in active full-text format. Midwest Newsstream covers news sources from Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, including full text access to the Indianapolis Star back to 1991 and the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette back to 2001.
Consists of the full backfiles of leading women’s interest consumer magazines, including Better Homes and Gardens, Chatelaine, Cosmopolitan, Essence, Good Housekeeping, Ladies' Home Journal, Parents, Redbook, Seventeen, WIN News, and Woman's Day.