As of June 3, all of CUNY subscribes to two new digital collections. Nineteenth Century Collections Online offers primary sources dealing with East-West diplomacy; British politics and society; British theater, music, and literature; European literature; photography; science, technology, and medicine; and the status of women. Slavery and Anti-Slavery consists of books, pamphlets, periodicals, manuscripts, Supreme . . . → Read More: New Digital Collections
The Graduate Center has electronic access to 275 reference books published by Routledge:
Routledge Education Online include such titles as Handbook of Education Politics and Policy, Handbook of Research in the Social Foundations of Education, and The Routledge Companion to Dyslexia.
Routledge History Online includes Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, Historical Dictionary of the Elizabethan . . . → Read More: Routledge Reference Collection
The Graduate Center’s subscription to Web of Science has been expanded to include the following resources.
BIOSIS Citation Index indexes life sciences and biomedical research covering pre-clinical and experimental research, methods and instrumentation, animal studies, and more. Indexes journals, books, meetings, and patents from 1926 to present.
Book Citation Index: Science and Book Citation Index: . . . → Read More: New Web of Science Databases
The Graduate Center Library is pleased to announce that Shawnta Smith has been appointed to the library faculty as a permanent, full-time Instructor with specialization as a reference and instruction librarian. Details on the Mina Rees Library Blog.
The Graduate Center subscribes to the business and management, philosophy, political science, and religion portions of Oxford Handbooks Online but has a trial through March 6 to the complete database, including the sections on archaeology, classical studies, criminology and criminal justice, economics and finance, history, law, linguistics, literature, music, and psychology. Cambridge Companions Online and . . . → Read More: Complete Oxford Handbooks Trial
Due to intermittent phone issues related to the storm, it is preferable to contact the library via email or chat:
We appreciate your flexibility and patience.
The Mina Rees Library Staff
Over the past 11+ years, John Rothman has curated the Graduate Center’s Archive, now measuring about 340 linear feet — presidential papers, organizational documents, and paraphernalia. Arrange an appointment with him to explore any aspect of Graduate Center history. Longer story here.
The reference desk will close at 6 pm, Tues. and Wed., Oct. 9-10. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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.
. . . → Read More: Digital National Security Archive Trial
The reference desk moved to the library 2nd floor, just in front of the elevators, and near the IT Help Desk.