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  • The Jewish Studies module from Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO) presents a broad range of authoritative research guides on current scholarship, with original commentary and annotations, that are written and reviewed by academic experts. The field of Jewish studies is broad and interdisciplinary, encompassing history, religion, philosophy, literature, sociology and political science. Article coverage spans from the Bible to the present, and encompasses vast geographical ranges, including communities from the Americas to Western and Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, South and East Asia, and Africa.
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  • OECD iLibrary is a platform containing over 17 ebook collections organized by theme from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. In addition to these ebooks, the platform also includes 24 periodicals, the OECD statistical databases, and the OECD Guidelines for the testing of chemicals. Individual ebook titles on the OECD iLibrary platform are also listed in the library catalog. (Updated monthly)
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  • Palmer's Full Text Online provides an index to the London Times, with individual index entries linked to a scanned image of the article from the original Times. The search technology attempts to deal with historical variations in spelling and terminology--the user can enter a single word and choose to look for related meanings or variant spellings at the same time. Although indexing exists for October 1790 to December 1905, the full-text component spans only the years from 1800 to 1870. Full texts of all years are available on microfilm #149 in Memorial Library's Microforms/Media Center, Room 443. (Updated irregularly)
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  • The History Collection includes published materials as well as archival documents, digitized from a variety of formats including books, manuscripts, sound recordings, photographs, maps, and other resources selected by librarians, scholars, and other subject specialists along a wide range of criteria. (Updated irregularly)
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  • The Epigraphic Database Heidelberg contains texts of Latin and bilingual (i.e. Latin-Greek) inscriptions of the Roman Empire. With the help of search functions specific queries can be carried out - e.g. a search for words in inscriptions and / or particular descriptive data. The search results are often displayed together with photos and drawings. (Updates unknown, likely irregularly)
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  • Early Modern Italy provides an electronic bibliography of resources covering Italy from 1550-1800. The bibliography provides information on scholarly studies and dissertations done on this topic. Articles are in French or English. Topics include history, art history, music, literature, philosophy, religion and science. (Updated semiannually)
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  • A bibliography of approximately 225,000 records from the complete runs of more than 300 scholarly journal titles pertaining to the Renaissance (1300-1700) and Middle Ages (400-1299). Also under construction is a bibliography of books (monographs) covering the same time period. (Updates vary)
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  • The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) provides bibliographic data on historical writing dealing with the British Isles, the British Empire, and the Commonwealth during all periods for which written documentation is available. It lists books, book chapters, and articles in over 700 journals and series. The BBIH provides links to online British, Irish and U.S. research library catalogs to help users find the items it lists from these institutions, and it provides links to online text where available. The BBIH replaces the Royal Historical Society Bibliography of British and Irish History, available online from 2002 to 2009. (Updated 3 times a year)
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  • The Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture spans prehistoric times to the present, and treats both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in detail. Entries represent an inclusive, cross-disciplinary approach, written by specialists in history, archaeology, anthropology, geography, politics, economics, the Irish and English languages and literatures, the visual arts and other fields. (Not updated)
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  • The Irish Revolution is a collaborative online project between University College Cork and the Irish Examiner newspaper. It represents an ever growing resource collection that includes Cork's War of Independence Fatality Register; historic newspaper reactions; teaching materials; a diary; spy files; and descriptions (in various formats) of people who took part in this historic event which happened between January 1919 and July 1921 in Ireland. A web page dedicated to News and Events is updated regularly, posting articles and scheduled events such as lectures, expert panels, etc.
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