A free resource containing 90 databases from 7 jurisdictions including British and Irish case law and legislation; European Union case law; Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material.
This economics resource provides access to statistics from the International Monetary Fund, concerning international economic transactions data and International Investment Position with history from 1960. Part of the IMF eLibrary Database.
As India's leading literary magazine, it carries essays, satire and review articles by experts on subjects ranging from literature and the social sciences, to all fields of culture, cinema, and various forms of social and political expression.
An index of citations on articles and books in various languages focusing on Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries. Subject coverage includes literature, philosophy, history, religion, the arts, economics, political science, law, and the sciences.
Covers all subjects, especially humanities and the social sciences, pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide from 1971 to the present. The most important 100+ periodicals in Asian Studies identified by BAS staff are indexed immediately, but the total number of indexed journals is many times that amount.
Provides bibliographic data on historical writing dealing with the British Isles, the British Empire, and Commonwealth, during all periods for which written documentation is available (from 55BC to the present). The Bibliography lists books, articles in books and articles in journals.
This bibliographic database is an indexed and fully searchable collection of abstracts that link to the full text articles available from the BioOne organization. BioOne provides a unique aggregation of over 82 high-impact bioscience research journals from more than 66 publishers. These titles are produced by societies and non-commercial publishers and a majority were previously available only in printed form. BioOne was developed by the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS); the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), the University of Kansas, the Greater Western Library Alliance, and Allen Press.
Screen Studies is a dynamic digital platform taking users from script to screen and beyond – offering a broad range of content from Bloomsbury and Faber & Faber to support moving-image studies.
It comprises an exceptional collection of award-winning screenplays, critical and contextual books on film from the late nineteenth century to the present, and an interactive timeline of cinema history.
The Bloomsbury Cultural History Core Collection offers an authoritative survey of a wide range of subjects throughout history. Each subject is looked at in Antiquity, the Medieval Age, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Age of Empire and the Modern Age and thematic coverage is consistent across all periods so that users can either gain a broad overview of a period or follow a theme through the ages.
The ANU has access to the Cultural Histories of: Animals, The Human Body, Childhood and Family, Sexuality, Gardens, Women, Food, The Senses, Theatre, and Comedy.
BlueNet aims to provide a virtual data centre to support long-term curation and management of data for Australia's marine science researchers. BlueNet links vast data repositories and marine resources that currently reside in academic and government institutions both in Australia and overseas. It is an extension of the nation's first online facility; the Australian Ocean Data Centre Joint Facility (AODCJF).
Brill’s publications focus on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law and selected areas in the Sciences, and offer a range of E-Books, journals and reference works.
Brill journals are also indexed in Web of Science and Scopus indexing and abstract services.
A resource bringing together six major reference works for the study of the ancient world and its reception in later centuries. Includes comprehensive lists of rulers and dynasties as well as biographies of scholars throughout the ages.
The Bristol Presentments are bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships which docked in the port of Bristol in South-West England. These bills are divided into two categories. The first contains details of imports, usually foreign produce carried on foreign vessels. The second records exports, usually produced or manufactured in Britain and destined for foreign markets. This collection thus provides an insightful overview of global trade from the onset of the industrial revolution to the height of the First World War.
British and Irish Women's Letters and Diaries includes the immediate experiences of approximately 500 women, as revealed in pages of diaries and letters, including primary materials spanning more than 300 years. Enables in-depth browsing and searching of both the bibliographic and the full-text elements within the database.
Access to some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Source documents include Journals of the Houses of Commons and Lords, guides and calendars, gazetteers and dictionaries, and maps.
The Labour Party was founded in 1900 to represent the interests of trade unions and working-class voters. In political terms, it has often been characterised as a “broad church”, encompassing a range of left and centre-left viewpoints.
This collection contains minutes and related records compiled by the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) during the period 1906-1969. These records cover the party’s formative years, from its creation and early successes through the governments of Ramsay MacDonald and the wartime coalition to the Atlee administration and Harold Wilson’s first premiership.
The records provide an insight into the PLP’s often divided outlook on several important domestic and international political issues, including: the campaign for women’s suffrage; the Great Depression; the first and second world wars; the Beveridge Report and the emergence of the post-war welfare state; Britain’s nuclear weapons programme; imperialism and decolonisation; and Britain’s potential membership of the European Economic Community (EEC).
Sourced from extensive holdings of the British library the newspapers, the British library Newspapers delivers a wide range of irreplaceable local and regional voices to reflect the social, political, and cultural events of the eighteenth, nineteenth twentieth centuries.
This collection contains manuscripts and records relating to the history of Parliament and British politics. It covers the most important events which gave rise to the modern British state, from Magna Carta and the Civil Wars to the Act of Union and the birth of Empire. The documents themselves are many and varied, including Parliamentary papers, debate records, and private diaries. Given its breadth and depth, this collection is one of the most significant resources available to students of British political history.