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Why search here? Great for discovering scholarly research across a wide array of subject areas, primarily published in high-impact (highly cited) journals in the physical and life sciences, health sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities.
Content type: Abstracts of scholarly articles, conference proceedings, book chapters
Coverage dates: 1965-present
Easily explore an article bibliography, as well as sources that have cited the article since its publication, via the Citation Network feature. Create a free personal account to keep a comprehensive search history, create search alerts and citation alerts. Additional features related to author and journal profiles are available.
Language: English, Russian, French, German, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, etc.
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New & Trial Databases
Databases we've recently or acquired or that we have temporary "trial" access to in order to evaluate
Why search here? Access news sources from two radio shows, the Spanish-language Enfoque Nacional and the English-language Latin File, which covered Latinx topics in politics, sociology, human rights, arts, and more.
Why search here? Explore resources related to Shakespeare's plays and poetry, including glossaries of words used and their appearances in the texts, character lists, and side-by-side comparison of the modern Penguin Edition with original texts.
Content type: Reference materials, glossaries, character lists
Why search here? Discover primary sources documenting the industrial uses of slave labor in the American South prior to the U.S. Civil War.
Content type: Primary sources, company records, correspondence, ledgers
Coverage dates: 1700-1896
Much of this collection is comprised of material from depositories in the Duke University Library, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, the University of Virginia, and the Virginia Historical Society.
Why search here? Search for primary sources documenting the experience of American women during World War II from the records of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor and from correspondence of the Director of the Women's Army Corps.