L’Année philologique, published by the Société Internationale de Bibliographie Classique, is a specialized bibliographic database of scholarly works relating to all aspects of Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. The bibliography is published in print and online. The online database includes all volumes of the annual index, beginning with Volume I published in 1928.
L’Année philologique covers a wide array of subjects, including Greek and Latin literature and linguistics—which includes early Christian texts and patristics—Greek and Roman history, art, archaeology, philosophy, religion, mythology, music, science, and scholarly subspecialties such as numismatics, papyrology, and epigraphy.
Covers around 280,000 historical documents from 302 periodicals published during 1833-1911. It covers most of the periodicals published during such critical periods as the Opium Wars; Westernization Movement; Reform Movement of 1898, and Revolution of 1911. It contains the periodicals that advocated women's liberation and mental enlightenment; the Four Major Late Qing Dynasty novel journals; the vernacular Chinese periodicals founded to explore the people's mind and spread new knowledge, and the science and technology periodicals that introduced new technologies and spread scientific knowledge. The search terms of the database include title, author and periodical, etc.
A multidisciplinary resource across the humanities. Source documents include books, journals, manuscripts, historical and contemporary maps, newspapers, and videos. Subject coverage include migration, fruit industry, architecture, and gender issues. Material in multiple languages.
A collection of literature from the seventeenth century to the present including drama, fiction, memoirs, non-fiction and poetry in their original language. Focus on families, economic hardship, identity, folklore, food, race and more.
LawNow Legislation is a full text legislation service, including current, repealed and historical versions of Australian legislation. LawNow is accurate, current and reliable, and includes direct links to relevant government web sites.
An Australian legal encyclopaedia which includes links to FirstPoint case entries for fast checking of case details and currency, and integration with full-text case law including Commonwealth Law Reports, Federal Court Reports and other authorised Australian law reports.
Le Grand Ricci was published in six volumes and 7,300 pages, in addition to a volume with appendices. It offers approximately 300,000 Chinese words and expressions from the early beginnings of Chinese history to the end of the 20th century. Over 2,000 characters deal with the oldest forms of writing or the so-called oracle-bone inscriptions. LeGrand Ricci incorporates a wide spectrum of lexical domains, ranging from literature and history to science, technology, medicine, law, philosophy, and religion.
A mix of indexed and full text legal articles, LegalTrac covers over 1,400 titles including law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals. Also contains law-related articles from over 1,000 business and general interest titles.
A database maintained by the Australian Commonwealth Department of Immigration and Border Protection containing Migration and Citizenship legislation, policy documents, and the procedural advice manual (PAM). Provides current and historical versions of migration and citizenship legislation as well as migration series instructions, citizenship instructions, and legislative instruments.
The encyclopaedia of the entire book industry is a scientifically reliable representation of the entire knowledge of the book, understood as the graphic materialization of intellectual content with the aim of their preservation, transmission and distribution in the Society.
A bibliographic and full text legal database of Australian publications published by LexisNexis including the case citatory, CaseBase; full text legal research publications; legislation via LawNow; law reports; unreported judgments; looseleaf services; journals, and bulletins in a variety of legal areas.
Libraries Australia is a resource sharing service managed by the National Library of Australia for Australian libraries and their users. Its key missions are to support the workflows of Australian libraries and provide data to underpin theTrovediscovery service.
An index and full text database of journals, books, reports and proceedings. Subject coverage includes librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more. Coverage extends back as far as the mid-1960s.
An international abstract and index database which covers all aspects of the study of language including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics from 1973 onwards. Complete coverage is given to various fields of linguistics including descriptive, historical, comparative, theoretical and geographical linguistics.
Contains works of English and American poetry, drama and prose. Provides access to full text literature journals, key criticism and reference resources, and iIncludes links to authoritative websites and author biographies.
Offers complete facsimile images of 190 manuscripts of 17th and 18th century verse. The database includes first lines, last lines, attribution, author, title, date, length, verse form, content and bibliographic references for over 6,600 poems within the collection.
The Digital Loeb Classical Library, a part of Harvard University Press, provides electronic access to Classical Latin and Greek literature and includes more than 520 volumes. Users can easily browse, search, annotate and share digital content via a functional, user-friendly interface. All texts are up-to-date, and include accurate English translations. It includes works of epic and lyric poetry, history, philosophy, oratory and much more.
Insight into the nineteenth century city of London. Source documents include 'swell's guides', children's chapbooks, street cries, full colour maps, cartoons, and song sheets. Of interest to scholars researching London architecture and commerce, working-class culture, street literature, popular music, 'slumming', prostitution, social reform, and police and criminality, and more.