As of June 4, the Graduate Center subscribes to Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The Graduate Center’s subscription to this resource includes the Iter Bibliography, Iter Italicum, Milton Bibliography, and the journals Early Theatre and Renaissance and Reformation. Bibliography of English Women Writers, 1500-1640 and Baptisteria Sacra will be available later in . . . → Read More: Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
As of May 15, the Graduate Center subscribes to Theatre in Video, providing 279 videos of plays or drama documentaries. See Alan Arkin, Peggy Ashcroft, Marie-Christine Barrault, Claire Bloom, Zoe Caldwell, Richard Dreyfuss, John Gielgud, Lou Gossett, Jr., Philip Baker Hall, Julie Harris, Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, James Earl Jones, Walter Matthau, Helen Mirren, Laurence . . . → Read More: Theatre in Video
As of April 16, the Graduate Center subscribes to 19th Century Masterfile, offering citations to over eight million articles, books, and other documents published before 1925. Also known as Poole’s Plus, after the nineteenth-century periodical index, the database includes links to text from JSTOR, when available.
Grove Art and Grove Music are now Oxford Art Online and Oxford Music Online. In addition to Grove Art, Oxford Art Online includes The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, and The Oxford Companion to Western Art. In addition to Grove Music, Oxford Music Online includes The Oxford Companion to Music and . . . → Read More: Grove Name Change
The Graduate Center has trials through April 18 to International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text and to International Index to Performing Arts Full Text. These databases are password protected, and the links will take you to a page where the passwords can be found. International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text provides indexing and . . . → Read More: International Index to Music Periodicals and International Index to Performing Arts
The Graduate Center subscribes to Humanities Interational Complete, which includes the full text of 814 journals and indexes over 2,000 periodicals, books, and reference sources.
MLA and Literature Resources from Gale, formerly Literature Resource Center, have a new search interface allowing the searching of the available full-text Gale literary resources, including reference works, journals, and magazines, and MLA at the same time. Unfortunately, because the FindIt! links in MLA are not working, a problem Gale is attempting to resolve, whenever . . . → Read More: New MLA Interface
The Graduate Center has a trial of CAMBER, offering the full text of 74 scholarly books in Asian studies, economics, education, history, literature, sociology, and theater.