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Provides access to content from journals, preprints, conference proceedings, dissertations and more related to COVID-19 and other coronaviruses. This database brings together not only content from open-access journals, but also pre-prints and additional content being made freely available by major publishers from around the world.
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Launched in 1897, the English language Japan Times reported about Japanese society during the country's political, social, and industrial revolution. It is a rare source of media during the Meiji and Taisho eras and provides over a century of news and history on world affairs from a Japanese perspective. The Japan Times archive covers the following Imperial Periods: Meiji ([1868-1913] 1897-1912), Taishō (1912-1926), Shōwa (1926-1989), and Heisei (1989-2021). [NOTE: Link loads slowly in Firefox--best to use other browsers to access this resource.]
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The JET archive covers 1951-2014 (NOTE: current years available as full text include 1970-2014 as more content is added) in the areas of art, news, politics, and other social topics with an African-American focus, providing a broad view of culture, fashion, and entertainment. Articles and cover pages are fully indexed; advertisements are fully searchable.
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Provides access to nearly 20,000 historical newspapers. Includes full-page images with searchable full text for millions of pages of newspapers dating from the early 1700s into the early 2000s. Newspapers.com Library Edition contains full runs and portions of runs for known, regional, and state titles, as well as for small local newspapers in the United States and other countries. Trial runs now through October 14, 2022.
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Access the collection of ten Shakespeare plays from the Globe to Globe Festival event when companies from across the world performed in over 30 different languages. The content supports courses exploring: global performance; intercultural production, interpretation and reception; and themes such as gender across global cultures. All films have audio in their original language alongside fully translated English subtitles.
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