New eResources

The following resources have been added in the last six months.

1684 - 1912

Digitized American magazines & journals, detailing American history & culture. Topics include women's issues, health, science, the history of slavery, industry & professions, religion, the arts, etc. 

Full-text companions on a variety of classical authors, historical figures, genres and places.

Full-text companions to classical authors and genres.

Choose your favorite online journals from Smith's collection and from open-access titles. Create your own bookshelf, create alerts, and sync across devices. See help for more information and download instructions for mobile version. Trial ends 10/31/15.


Important, alternative news perspective, compared to the London Times; targeted at the British lower and middle classes, with a large female readership.

Focuses on the changing nature of everyday life in Britain in the 18th, 19th & early 20th centuries. Categories include entertainment; the book trade; popular prints; crimes, murders & executions; and advertising. Trials ends 11/30/15.

Online learning tool for 60+ languages; self-paced tutorials to practice reading, listening & speaking. Includes both modern languages several ancient languages (Koine & ancient Greek, Latin & Biblical Hebrew) . Also includes specialty courses (e.g. food & wine in French, Arab etiquette).

Classical music video broadcasts of live concerts & programs, in collaboration with the greatest orchestras and concert halls in the world. Trial ends 10/7/15.

Series 1: New Readerships: Women's, Children's, Humor and Leisure/Sports"; Series 2: Empire: Colonial, Travel, Culture, Missions.

Full-text eBooks in the field of classics, from a variety of academic publishers.

Comprehensive database of funding opportunities, with over three million scholar profiles; identify funding opportunities uniquely matched to specific scholarly profiles.