Developed in conjunction with ATLA, a membership association of collectors and connectors in religion and theology, as part of an effort to preserve endangered serials to African American religious life and culture.
Includes over 4000 testimonies compromising over 12,000 recorded hours of video with survivors, witnesses, bystanders, and liberators of the Holocaust. To access the archive, you must complete the following: Step 1: Click on Login and then Join Now. Step 2: Complete the Account Registration Form. Step 3: Verify the confirmation email (check your spam if it doesn’t show up in your inbox). Step 4: Search and Request access to testimonies by returning to https://fortunoff.aviaryplatform.com. Click on a testimony and request access. You should receive an approval email a few minutes after you make your request. You only need to request access to one testimony to obtain viewing rights for the entire collection. Note: When accessing testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive make sure you are searching https://fortunoff.aviaryplatform.com and not https://fortunoff.library.yale.edu.
Contains comprehensive coverage from inception of both U.S. statutory materials, U.S. Congressional Documents and the US Congressional Serial Set as well as thousands of scholarly journals,, all of the world's constitutions, all U.S. treaties, presidential documents, and more.
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A multi-year global digitization and publishing program focused on primary source collections of the nineteenth century. Collections are sourced through partnerships with major world libraries as well as specialist libraries, and include monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, statistics, and more. Current archives available for College of Charleston Libraries include British Theatre, Music, and Literature: High and Popular Culture and Science, Technology, and Medicine: 1780-1925.
Publishes a comprehensive bibliography of writings on music serving the global music research community. Today RILM Abstracts of Music Literature has over 1,000,000 records in 143 languages from 178 countries.
Includes 2.5 million multi-disciplinary statistics, facts and market data; 4000 dossiers; more than 80,000 topics covering various markets and industries; 22,500 original sources of data and more. All statistics are exportable for republication purposes.
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