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AM Research Methods is an electronic resource which helps researchers to gain skills in approaching primary sources such as newspapers, photographs, letters, objects, films and more. It contains almost 200 essays, videos, guides and case studies which describe how primary sources can be interrogated and used in academic research. This resource will be of interest to anyone who wishes to use primary sources in their research, assignments or essays.
CINAHL is an index to journals in the allied health and nursing subject areas. As well as indexing over 3000 journals, full text access is provided to over 600 journals. This is a useful database for those studying or researching: Speech and Language Therapy, Sport and Physical Activity, Health Psychology, Digital Health, Pharmacy, Prosthetics and Orthotics and Pharmacology.
This resource provides access to over 2300 formerly classified U.S. government documents (most of them classified Top Secret or higher). It provides readers with the documentary record of the successes and failures of the U.S. intelligence community in its efforts to spy on the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This document collection covers the period from the end of World War II in 1945 until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, but also includes a number of formerly classified historical reports and articles written by U.S. intelligence historians since the end of the Cold War. It will be of interest to anyone researching, studying or teaching the history of politics of this time period.
History Commons is a platform to cross-search two of the Library's electronic primary sources: Secret Files from World Wars to Cold War and British Society, 1939-1951 (Previously entitled War, State and Society). It is possible to search or to browse History Commons by topic.
The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) distributes more than 1,200 working papers each year. These papers have not been peer reviewed. Papers issued more than 18 months ago are open access. The content of these working papers is US focused.
The Routledge History of Feminism resource covers the period of the long nineteenth century (1776-1928). It includes primary and secondary resources including books, chapters, journal articles and more. Themes of the resource are: politics and law; religion and belief; education; literature and writings; women at home; society and culture; empire and movements and ideologies.
Translation Studies Bibliography is an annotated bibliography of research from the translation and interpreting studies discipline. It includes references to journal articles, monographs, reviews, reference materials, dissertations and unpublished manuscripts. Translation Studies Bibliography does not provide the full text of these resources. Please check SUPrimo to see if the materials of interest are accessible.
Primary source collection offering access to 2500 declassified intelligence files covering the time period from the end of World War Two to the present day. This resource will be of interest to those studying, teaching or researching the history or politics and international relations of the Middle East and the United States. A commentary which contextualises the collection is available. It is possible to search or browse the collections.