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New Resources 2015

  • American Founding Era [via University of Virginia Press]  Icon
    The American Founding Era collection includes the edited papers of key early figures in the history of the United States, including: John Adams and his family; Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson,John Jay,Thomas Jefferson, Dolley Madison, James Madison, John Marshall,Eliza Lucas Pinckney and Harriott Pinckney Horry, and George Washington. It also includes a documentary history of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, People of the Founding Era (a biographical dictionary) and more.
  • Business Expert Press  Icon
    Business Expert Press's Digital Libraries are filled with practical, concise books covering specific areas of business, including supply and operations management, international business, social media, finance, accounting, public relations, and marketing strategy. They're written by international authorities, specifically for students seeking bachelors or masters degrees.
  • Church Missionary Society Periodicals [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    This is a full-text collection of the publications of the British philanthropic institutions, the Church Missionary Society and the South American Missionary Society from 1804-2009."Documenting missionary work from the 19th to the 21st century, the periodicals include news, journals and reports offering a unique perspective on global history and cultural encounter." The CMS was active in many African countries, the "Mediterranean, the Middle East, Asia, Oceania and the Americas"
  • Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts [via College Art Association]
    "This Code of Best Practices provides visual-arts professionals with a set of principles addressing best practices in the fair use of copyrighted materials. It describes how fair use can be invoked and implemented when using copyrighted materials in scholarship, teaching, museums, archives, and in the creation of art."
  • Confidential Print: Latin America, 1833-1969 [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    This full-text collection comprises "the most important papers generated by the Foreign and Colonial Offices" of Great Britain pertaining to Central and South America and the French- and Spanish-speaking Caribbean from 1833-1969. The documents range "from single-page letters or telegrams to comprehensive dispatches, investigative reports and texts of treaties" and cover a vast array of topics.
  • Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive [via ProQuest]  Icon
    An archival research resource containing the essential primary sources for studying the history of the film and entertainment industries, from the era of vaudeville and silent movies through to 2000. The core US and UK trade magazines covering film, music, broadcasting and theater are all included, together with film fan magazines and music press titles. Magazines have been scanned cover-to-cover in high-resolution color, with granular indexing of all articles, covers, ads and reviews.

    Coverage: 1880 - 2000
  • Environmental Science [Oxford Bibliographies]  Icon
    Covers the issues of environmental physics, chemistry, and biology; risk analysis and public health; ecosystem governance, management, and planning; social and legal issues toward sustainability; and environmental engineering. Each article is reviewed annually; and about 50-75 new articles are added each year.
  • Medieval Travel Writing [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    "Presents manuscripts of some of the most important works of European travel writing from the later medieval period. The chief focus is on journeys to central Asia and the Far East, including accounts of travel to Mongolia, Persia, India, China and South-East Asia. The collection also includes a number of important accounts of travels to or through the Holy Land." Documents "are in a range of languages including French, Latin, German, Spanish, Dutch and English. Supporting the manuscripts are relevant secondary texts of translations and editions, as well as full catalogue details."
  • Sage Research Methods  Icon
    SAGE Research Methods (SRM) is an online collection of books and other full-text materials that provide authoritative information on how to perform hundreds of research methods.
  • Virginia Gazette (1736-1780) [via Accessible Archives]  Icon
    "The Virginia Gazette was the first newspaper published in Virginia and the first to be published in the area south of the Potomac River in the colonial period of the United States. Issues have the following subtitle: “Containing the freshest advices, foreign and domestick”

    Between 1776 and 1780 there were often two and sometimes three competing papers with the same name publishing simultaneously. All available copies are included here with the competitors described as Virginia Gazette 2 and 3.
  • U.S. Political Stats  Icon
    U.S. Political Stats contains over 225,000 data series--or data measures over time about people, places, and policies--across 10 distinct political science data categories, aligned with a typical political science curriculum. The data series span as far back as 1982, and are updated on a timely basis in accordance with the collection and publication schedules of original sources. Detailed source information, with links where applicable, is provided for every data series.
  • Voting and Elections Collection  Icon
    A database of elections data, authoritative analyses, concise explanations, and historical materials to help researchers investigate and understand voting and elections in America from 1789-present.
  • American Indians and the American West, 1809-1971 [via ProQuest]  Icon
    This resource focuses on American Indians in the first half of the 20th Century, although it is strong in the 19th Century as well. It includes two major collections on the 20th Century: Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and records from the Major Council Meetings of American Indian Tribes.
  • China Data Online  Icon
    The China Data Online is the primary data source for China studies. It includes (1) China Statistical Databases; (2) China Census Databases; and (3) China Spatial Data Service (China Geo-Explorer). It provides easy access to the various statistical yearbooks published by the National Bureau of Statistics of China, comprehensive statistics, and Census data of economy and population at national, provincial, city, county, and even township levels.
  • ClimateWire [via Environment & Energy Publishing]  Icon
    Critical reporting on daily news and events pertaining to the climate and its effect on business, society and the environment.

    Coverage: 2012-present.

    See also the related resources linked from this site: EnergyWire; E&E Daily; Greenwire; E&E NewsPM; E&E TV; and Reports.
  • International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed. [via Elsevier, ScienceDirect]  Icon
    This vast scholarly encyclopedia containing more than 3,900 articles provides authoritative, foundational, interdisciplinary knowledge across the wide range of behavioral and social sciences fields.
  • Women's Magazine Archive [via ProQuest]  Icon
    This is a searchable, full-text collection of 5 leading American women's magazines. Better Homes and Gardens; Chatelaine; Good Housekeeping; Ladies' Home Journal; and Parents Magazine.

    Coverage: 1887-2005, depending on the title.
  • ProQuest Historical Newspapers Part 3  Icon

New Resources 2014

  • Archives Hub
    "The Archives Hub enables you to search across descriptions of archives held at over 250 institutions across the UK. "
  • Archives Portal Europe
    "The Archives Portal Europe provides access to information on archival material from different European countries as well as information on archival institutions throughout the continent."
  • Art History Bibliography [Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    Art history is a vast discipline, geographically, historically, and intellectually. This bibliography serves as a guide to the key works in all areas of the discipline.
  • Bio-protocol
    A rapidly growing collection of peer-reviewed, life science protocols organized by 11 different fields of study and 10 different organisms. Protocols are organized chronologically with a detailed guide on how to reproduce a given experiment. Each protocol also contains an interactive and moderated Q & A section to facilitate open communication between protocol authors and the research community. Coverage: Jan 2011 – present.
  • British Periodicals Part 1 [via ProQuest]  Icon
    "This resource offers facsimile page images and searchable full text for more than 160 British periodicals published from the 17th through the early 20th centuries."
  • California Language Archive
    A catalog and online archive of the indigenous languages of California, western North America, and the Americas.
  • China, America and the Pacific [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    A full-text collection containing "an extensive range of archival material connected to the trading and cultural relationships that emerged between China, America and the Pacific region between the 18th and early 20th centuries. [It includes] Manuscript sources, rare printed texts, visual images, objects and maps"
  • Chinese Painting and Calligraphy [via Seattle Art Museum]
    The Museum's "collection of 152 Chinese painting and calligraphy has never been studied in depth and is heretofore largely unpublished. For the first time, it is being introduced and made universally accessible through this newly developed online catalogue, which features thoughtful and provocative essays about major works by renowned scholars, with high-resolution, zoom-able images of the works of art, and thorough documentation—including transcriptions and translations of inscriptions and colophons, and seals which are transcribed, identified and located."
  • Colonial State Papers [viaProQuest]  Icon
    "Colonial State Papers provides access to thousands of papers concerning English activities in the American, Canadian, and West Indian colonies between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries.

    Also included is a digitised version of The Calendar of State Papers, Colonial: North America and the West Indies 1574-1739, which contains bibliographic records and extracts for thousands of additional documents."
  • Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports Digital Collection (via Proquest Congressional)  Icon
    Congressional Research Service Reports 2004-2010. Part of the Proquest Congressional selection of databases licensed by UCD. For dates either before or after those contained in this set, see free sites.
  • Copyright [via University of California]
    "As both creators and users of copyrighted and public domain materials, members of the UC academic community should understand and responsibly exercise the rights accorded them under U.S. copyright law.

    The information provided on this site is intended as a guide to copyright at the University of California, and should not be taken as legal advice."
  • Dictionary of National Biography [via Oxford University Press]  Icon
    "The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is the national record of [nearly 60,000] men and women who have shaped British history and culture, worldwide, from the Romans to the 21st century. The Dictionary offers concise, up-to-date biographies written by named, specialist authors." It also has over 500 theme articles.

    The DNB is licensed for a limited number of simultaneous users. Please log out when you are do so others can get in.
  • Economist Historical Archive, 1843-2010 [via Gale]  Icon
    "The Economist Historical Archive ('EHA') is the fully searchable complete facsimile edition of The Economist, the weekly paper which is essential reading for anyone engaged in politics, current affairs and all aspects of business and trade worldwide. Containing every issue since its launch in 1843 and more than 600,000 pages, EHA offers full-colour images, multiple search indexes, topic and area supplements and surveys. "
  • GTD Global Terrorism Database
    The Global Terrorism Database (GTD) is an open-source database including information on terrorist events around the world from 1970 through 2013 (with additional annual updates planned for the future). Unlike many other event databases, the GTD includes systematic data on domestic as well as transnational and international terrorist incidents that have occurred during this time period and now includes more than 125,000 cases. For each GTD incident, information is available on the date and location of the incident, the weapons used and nature of the target, the number of casualties, and--when identifiable--the group or individual responsible.
  • House of Commons Parliamentary Papers--19th and 20th Centuries Century [via ProQuest]  Icon
    "The House of Commons Parliamentary Papers are vital to the historical record of Britain, its former Colonies and the wider world." This database offers the searchable full text of all House of Commons Sessional Papers from 1801-2003/04 combined with an extensive subject index to the papers. (HCPP)Includes all the "sessional papers" of the British Parliament: bills, reports of committees, papers presented by Royal Commissions and government departments, treaties and international agreements, command papers, and statistics.

    Coverage: 1801-2003/04

    It also includes the full text from "Hansard, the Official Report of debates in Parliament," from both the House of Commons and House of Lords, from 1803 to 2005.
  • Indigenous Peoples: North America [via Gale]  Icon
    "The archive includes extensive monograph, manuscript, newspaper, periodical and photograph collections" It "sources collections from across Canadian and American institutions, providing insight into the cultural, political and social history of Native Peoples from the seventeenth into the twentieth century."
  • JSTOR Global Plants  Icon
    Collection of more than 2 million digitized plant type specimens from herbaria around the world including UC Davis. Also contains photographs, artwork and links to taxonomic literature. Search or browse by resource type, geography, collection or herbarium.
  • Making of the Modern World [via Gale]  Icon
    "The Making of the Modern World provides digital facsimile images of unique primary sources that track the development of the modern, western world through the lens of trade and wealth from 1450-1914."
  • Mapusa
    Map USA provides maps and census data at the tract and county level from 1940 to 2000. It is a project designed and hosted at Brown University. 2010 data has also been added.
  • PhilPapers  Icon
    PhilPapers uses advanced trawling techniques, along with wide-ranging crowd-sourcing, to monitor all sources of research content in philosophy. Includes journals, books, personal pages, and open access archives. Our index currently includes 1,112,068 research books and articles. Over 5,000 individuals have contributed content to our index.
  • PubAg
    Contains more than 350,000 citations to literature from across core areas of agricultural science, including 40,000 full-text articles authored by USDA researchers. Produced by the National Agricultural Library (NAL), a part of the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS).
    Coverage: 1997 -present
  • Sabin Americana: 1500-1926 [via Gale]  Icon
    "Based on Joseph Sabin's landmark bibliography, this collection contains works about the Americas published throughout the world from 1500 to the early 1900's. Included are books, pamphlets, serials and other documents that provide original accounts of exploration, trade, colonialism, slavery and abolition, the western movement, Native Americans, military actions and much more. With over 6 million pages from 29,000 works, this collection is a cornerstone in the study of the western hemisphere."
  • Slavery & Anti-Slavery a Transnational Archive [via Gale]  Icon
    UCDavis subscribes to part II: Slave Trade in the Atlantic World, and part III: The Institution of Slavery of this resource. These components of Slavery and Anti-Slavery include collections on the transatlantic slave trade and the legal and economic aspects of the slavery system from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries.
  • Statista  Icon
    Statista is a statistics portal that provides data on many different topics from more than 18,000 different sources. Topics include agriculture, advertising, health, hospitality, consumer goods, and much more. Sources are government agencies and business sources. The focus on current (not historical) statistics.
    Data are downloadable in Excel, PowerPoint, and JPG.
  • Statistical Abstracts of the World [Proquest Online]  Icon
    This resource aggregates the statistical abstracts of more than 50 countries and makes the content available through a single-search interface. These statistical abstracts are generally issued by the national statistical offices of foreign governments and contain country-level data not easily found elsewhere.

    Also includes data from the United Nations Demographic Yearbook, World Development Indicators, and Key Figures on Europe.
  • TAIR (The Arabidopsis Information Resource)  Icon
    Genetic and molecular biology database for the model higher plant Arabidopsis thaliana. This database includes the complete genome sequence along with gene structure and gene expression data. Gene product function data is updated weekly from the literature and community submissions. TAIR provides linkouts to related resources, an index of Arabidopsis literature, and other resources for researchers using this model organism.
  • Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive, 1902-2009 [via Gale]  Icon
    "The complete online fully-searchable edition of the TLS from the first edition in 1902 onwards. . . Since 1902, the TLS has scrutinized, applauded and dissected the work of leading writers and thinkers, offering comprehensive coverage of the most important publications, in every subject, in several languages, as well as reviewing current theatre, cinema, music, and exhibitions."
  • Trench Journals and Unit Magazines of the First World War [via ProQuest]  Icon
    "These magazines were written by and for every type of unit from every combatant nation. As such they contain the hitherto unheard voices of hundreds of thousands of men and women writing from every facet of the conflict. . . Although the majority of journals that have survived originate from units based on the Western Front in France and Belgium, there are also magazines from units serving on the Eastern Front, in Gallipoli, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India, Britain and America.

    This collection contains over 1,500 trench journal titles sourced from leading archives around the world including those of the Imperial War Museums and The British Library."

NEW RESOURCES 2013

  • African Studies Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    This extensive annotated bibliography explores multidisciplinary literature that is "diverse, fast moving, controversial, and scattered among unfamiliar sources, we have asked leading scholars to identify the most significant themes and areas of study in their fields, recommend the best sources for exploring them, and discuss these works conceptual and empirical significance to provide a series of guided studies through the diverse approaches to a wide array of complex subjects."

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • American County Histories--Western States [via accessible archives]  Icon
    A fully searchable collection of late nineteenth and early twentieth century histories of counties in the Western United States.
    On the Search Page, select "American County Histories"

    (As a bonus with this subscription UCDavis has access to the full suite of Accessible Archives sources until October 2014)
  • American Indian Histories and Cultures [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    This full-text collection documents "interactions between American Indians and Europeans [in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico] from their earliest contact, . . .[through] the civil rights movement of the mid- to late-twentieth century." The documents are drawn from Edward E. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library. Also includes maps and images, scholarly essays to provide context and bibliographies to suggest further reading.
  • Art Source [via EBSCO]  Icon
    Art Source includes full-text coverage of more than 600 journals and 220 books on "a broad range of related subjects, from fine, decorative and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design." It wholly incorporates and significantly expands on the coverage and contents of the Art Full-text and Art Index databases.
    Coverage: late 1920s- Present

    BOOK REVIEWS: The original paper edition of Art Index contained book reviews which are NOT included. To search for book reviews, see the physical copy Shields Library Z5937 .A7.
  • Buddhism Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    "With approximately 300 million adherents around the globe today, Buddhism is one of the largest world religions. The study of Buddhism is a diverse field which combines religion, philosophy, history, art history, philology and textual studies, as well as informing a variety of comparative studies. Besides its interdisciplinary nature, Buddhist traditions vary enormously throughout the world. Because the field comprises so many varied aspects, research and scholarship is wide-reaching in its response to new discoveries, interpretations, and theoretical ideas. . . . Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism offers a much-needed expert filter that relies on expertise that no algorithm can replicate"

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • CERL Portal [via the Consortium of European Research Libraries]
    "The CERL Portal provides access to distributed databases containing manuscripts materials, printed works, photographic material and other special materials. The focus lies on manuscripts materials, but the Heritage of the Printed Book Database (HPB) and the English Short-Title Catalogue can be included in the search as well." Some of the items listed here have been scanned and are available full-text from the owning libraries.
  • Chinese Studies Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    "Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies provides an authoritative guide to the key works across the whole field, pointing researchers and practitioners at all levels to the most important scholarship in European languages as well as in Chinese (and Japanese), and giving scholars working in other fields easier access to scholarship on China."

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • Cinema and Media Studies Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    "Cinema and media studies includes a dizzying array of subfields: film history, television studies, media studies, critical theory, visual arts, cultural studies, digital culture, game studies, popular culture, and the study of the moving image. . . Oxford Bibliographies in Cinema and Media Studies. . . chart[s] a path through the information thicket and toward a carefully organized, thoroughly peer-reviewed account of the most important books, articles, and Web sites."
  • Confidential Print: Africa (1834-1966) [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    This is a full-text collection of documents from the "United Kingdom’s Colonial, Dominion and Foreign Offices’ confidential correspondence relating to Africa between 1834 and 1966."
  • Confidential Print: The Middle East (1839-1969) [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    This full-text collection includes "all of the most important papers generated by the Foreign and Colonial Offices. Some of these were one-page letters or telegrams; others were large volumes or texts of treaties." It covers a "broad sweep of history from c. 1839 to 1969, taking in the countries of the Arabian peninsula, the Levant, Iraq, Turkey and many of the former Ottoman lands in Europe, Iran, Afghanistan, Egypt and Sudan."
  • Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics [Springer eBook]  Icon
    Four-volume reference set. Volume 1 has four sections including the introduction, principles of global bioethics, cultural perspectives and religious perspectives. Volume 2 is comprised of two sections: Specific issues from a global perspective (such as biobanking, genetic modification); and future perspectives. Volume 3 is entirely arranged by Countries and Regions from Argentina to Lithuania with Volume 4 concluding from Malawi to the USA.
  • Europa World Plus Online  Icon
    Europa World Plus, the online version of the Europa World Year Book, contains historical, political and economic information on over 250 countries and territories as well as statistical and directory information.
  • Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports 1941-1996  Icon
    The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) is a United States government agency which monitors and translates current news and commentary from foreign political speeches, radio and television broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers, and periodicals. These translations, or transcriptions in the case of English language materials, make up the Daily Reports; dates are 1941-1996. The UCD subscription includes Part 1: Middle East, Africa, Near East and South Asia (MEA, NES); Part 2: Sub-Saharan Africa & South Asia (SSA, SAF, AFR, SAS); Part 3: China (CHI); Part 4: Asia, Pacific and East Asia (APA, EAS); Part 5: Latin America (LAT, LAM); Part 6: Eastern Europe (EEU); Part 7: Soviet Union and Central Eurasia (SOV); Part 8: Western European regional broadcasts; FBIS annexes are excluded.
  • Getty Research Institute Open Content Collection
    Over 10,000 images of the fine arts from the J. Paul Getty Museum freely available online.
  • Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    "This resource brings together manuscript, printed and visual primary source materials for the study of global commodities in world history. The commodities featured in this resource have been transported, exchanged and consumed around the world for hundreds of years. They helped transform societies, global trading operations, habits of consumption and social practices."
  • International Historical Statistics  Icon
    The online IHS updates the last print edition of International Historical Statistics, which was published in 2007 in 3 volumes. It now includes 260 years of rich data, collected between 1750-2010 and available online. Data tables can be downloaded as ePDFs and/or Excel files.
  • Jewish Studies Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    "The field of Jewish studies is broad and interdisciplinary, encompassing history, religion, philosophy, literature, sociology and political science. Its chronological and geographical range is immense, stretching from the Bible to the present and including communities from the Americas to Western and Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, South and East Asia, and Africa. . . .Oxford Bibliographies Jewish Studies offers . . . carefully selected articles that break down subject areas into their component parts and pithy annotations that summarize the main contribution of each citation."

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • Latino Studies Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    This extensive annotated bibliography examines the "field of study that explores the Hispanic minority in the United States, Latino Studies is enriched by an interdisciplinary perspective. Historians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, demographers, linguists, as well as religion, ethnicity, and culture scholars, among others, bring a varied, multifaceted approach to the understanding of a people whose roots are all over the Americas and whose permanent home is north of the Rio Grande."

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • Public Health Bibliography [via Oxford Bibliographies Online]  Icon
    "Public Health. . .draws on many academic disciplines such as political science, sociology, history, and economics, as well as the established public health areas such as epidemiology, biostatistics and the infectious and chronic diseases.. . [This bibliography] covers the key areas of public health, including public policy, non-communicable diseases, infectious diseases, social determinants of disease, and key issues of poverty, equity, and social justice. Besides the multiple disciplines that public health must draw upon for theoretical understanding, measurement methods, and empirical evidence, it must encompass the many newly arising concerns in public health such as the social determinants of health, opportunistic infection threats, global issues on equity, health in all policies, and governance to name just a few."

    Follow this link to see all the Oxford Bibliographies Online to which UCDavis subscribes
  • SIPRI Databases and Yearbook
    SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) has data on arms transfers, military expenditure and arms industry. Databases include the annual Yearbook (also received in print).
  • Travel Writing, Spectacle and World History [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    "This resource brings together hundreds of accounts by women of their travels across the globe from the early 19th century to the late 20th century. Students and researchers will find sources covering a variety of topics including; architecture; art; the British Empire; climate; customs; exploration; family life; housing; industry; language; monuments; mountains; natural history; politics and diplomacy; race; religion; science; shopping; war. A wide variety of forms of travel writing are included, ranging from unique manuscripts, diaries and correspondence to drawings, guidebooks and photographs. The resource includes a slideshow with hundreds of items of visual material, including postcards, sketches and photographs."
  • Universal Short Title Catalogue (USTC) Project  
      
    A collective database of all books published in Europe between the invention of printing and the end of the sixteenth century. Covers the printed book output of Britain, France, Italy, and Germany.
  • China, America and the Pacific [via Adam Matthew]  Icon
    A full-text collection containing "an extensive range of archival material connected to the trading and cultural relationships that emerged between China, America and the Pacific region between the 18th and early 20th centuries. [It includes] Manuscript sources, rare printed texts, visual images, objects and maps"
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