Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27 & 3/27

The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 42nd St. and 5th Ave. is an historical research library to which Graduate Center scholars have full and complete access. Books and specialized periodicals in the Library’s general collection support research in both American and European history, anthropology, political science, and other research interests in . . . → Read More: Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27 & 3/27

New Resources

Newly available to the Graduate Center community are ArchiveGrid, providing information about primary source material, including historical documents and personal papers, held in archives, special collections, and manuscript collections around the world; ARTbibliographies Modern, indexing journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews on all forms of modern and contemporary art in all . . . → Read More: New Resources

Digital National Security Archive Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through October 25 to the Digital National Security Archive, a collection of 94,000 declassified government documents covering such topics as U.S. policy toward Afghanistan 1973-1990, the Berlin crisis 1958-1962, relations between China and the U.S. 1960-1998, the Cuban missile crisis, the Iran-Contra affair, and U.S. policy toward terrorism 1968-2002.

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Churchill Archive Trial

The Graduate Center has a trial through December 21 to the Churchill Archive, a collection of more than 800,000 Winston Churchill documents, including personal letters, official correspondence, speeches, telegrams, manuscripts, and government transcripts. The advanced search option allows searching by type of document and period. The resource may also be browsed by topic, people, place, . . . → Read More: Churchill Archive Trial

New Databases

As of July 2 the Graduate Center has access to several new electronic resources. The 17th-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers represents the largest and most comprehensive collection of early English news media, charting the development of newspapers, the free press, and the concept of news and totaling almost one-million pages and approximately 1,270 titles. National . . . → Read More: New Databases

World Scholar: Latin America & the Caribbean Trial

All of CUNY has a trial through June 2 to World Scholar: Latin America & the Caribbean, a collection of primary documents, maps, statistics, audio, and video dealing with Latin America and the Caribbean.

World Scholar: Latin America & the Caribbean Trial

All of CUNY has a trial through June 2 to World Scholar: Latin America & the Caribbean, a collection of primary documents, maps, statistics, audio, and video dealing with Latin America and the Caribbean.

New Oxford Bibliographies

Oxford Bibliographies Online has added bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies, Islamic Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Music, and Sociology. Each subject includes bibliographies in approximately fifty more specific categories. These bibliographies join those in Atlantic History, Biblical Studies, Buddhism, Classics, Hinduism, International Relations, Medieval Studies, Philosophy, Public Health, Renaissance and Reformation, Social Work, and . . . → Read More: New Oxford Bibliographies

Primary Documents and Newspapers

As of May 31, the Graduate Center subscribes to four new full-text electronic resources. Arab-Israeli Relations, 1917-1970 consists of reports, letters, maps, and other primary documents from the National Archives, London, covering the period from the 1917 Balfour Declaration to the Black September war of 1970-1971. Iraq 1914-1974 includes primary documents from the dismantling of . . . → Read More: Primary Documents and Newspapers

Oxford Bibliographies Online

As of May 5, the Graduate Center subscribes to Oxford Bibliographies Online, covering Atlantic history, biblical studies, Buddhism, the classics, Hinduism, international relations, medieval studies, philosophy, public health, the Renaissance and Reformation, social work, and Victorian literature. The bibliographies are drawn from books, journals, and internet resources.