Backlist and out-of-print titles in art and architectural history content. This is a Mellon Grant funded project directed by Yale University Press with the goal of making this type of content more broadly available and easily discoverable.
An online open-access digital library that makes pre-modern Chinese texts available to readers and researchers all around the world. With over 30,000 titles and more than five billion characters, the CText is most likely the largest database of pre-modern Chinese texts.
The private collection of early and rare Hebraica housed in the Valmadonna Trust Library is the basis for this collection. It comprises a resource for the study of oriental printing, Hebrew liturgical history, Judeo-Arabic literature, and the history and culture of the most ancient Jewish Diaspora community.
1876-present; full text search through The Nikkei or Nihon Keizai Shimbun (1981-present) and three other Nikkei newspapers (1988-present); historical archive of Nikkei newspapers (1876-1974) in PDF format as well as headline search through The Nikkei (1975-1981). Nikkei Company Profile with the latest data on more than 22,000 Japanese firms, Nikkei WHO’s WHO, and Nikkei English News are also available.
1900s-2010s; Political Extremism and Radicalism in the Twentieth Century is a compilation of rare and unique archival collections covering a wide range of fringe political movements. This archive is one of the first digital archives covering such a broad assortment of both far-right and left political groups. It offers a diverse mixture of materials, including periodicals, campaign propaganda, government records, oral histories, and various ephemera. Includes materials from the Hall-Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda from the John Hay Library here at Brown University.
1700s-1900s; Religions of America traces the history and unique character of religious movements that originated in or were re-shaped by the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The collection pays especially close attention to America’s unique role as a birthplace for new religious movements within the context of the nation’s origins as a home for religious dissenters. Includes materials from the Hall-Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda from the John Hay Library here at Brown University.