ProQuest Research Library provides one-stop access to thousands of full-text periodicals from one of the broadest, most inclusive general reference databases ProQuest has to offer. Search from a highly-respected, diversified mix of scholarly journals, professional and trade publications, and magazines covering over 150 subjects and topics.
Alternative Press indexes journals covering cultural, economic, political and social change, providing a comprehensive guide to alternative sources of information. Its scope is international and interdisciplinary providing in-depth coverage in the humanities and social sciences. Maximum 1 simultaneous user.
C19 Index is a bibliographic database for 19th century research, providing integrated access to the most important finding aids for books, periodicals, official publications, newspapers and archives. Users can query collections simultaneously, or can conduct more detailed research using collection specific search screens.
The CGP is the finding tool for U.S. federal publications that includes descriptive records for historical and current publications and provides direct links to those that are available online. Users can search by authoring agency, title, subject, and general keyword, or click on "Advanced Search" for more options.
Manuscript material relating to the activities and observations of British and American diplomats, missionaries, business people and tourists in China from 1793 to 1980, together with rare periodicals, colour paintings, maps, photographs and drawings. All of the manuscript material has been indexed by person, place and subject. An interactive map encourages searches by city and region.
Curio.ca includes news reports, documentaries, and archival material, as well as programs like The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, Doc Zone with Ann-Marie MacDonald, and Enquête with Alain Gravel. The portal has seven main subject categories – Arts, Business, Education, History and Geography, Health, Science, and Social Sciences.
This database brings together journals printed between 1693 and 1799 illuminating all aspects of eighteenth-century social, political and literary life. They offer effective coverage of the important issues of the period, and are invaluable to the study of all aspects of the eighteenth century, including crime, sport, advertising, the theatre; fashion; politics, revolution; agriculture; social issues and society life.
Part I contains material from the Hope Collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Part II has titles chosen from the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center which holds one of the finest collections of 17th and 18th century newspapers and periodicals in the world.
LGBT Life with Full Text (formerly GLBT Life with Full Text) contains all of the content available in LGBT Life as well as full text for 55 of the most important and historically significant gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender journals, magazines and regional newspapers, as well as dozens for full text monographs. Full text titles include: The Advocate, Bay Windows, Body Politic, Echo Magazine, Frontiers, Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide, Girlfriends, GLQ, The Guide (Boston), Houston Voice, HX Magazine, The Ladder, Lesbian News, ONE Magazine, Out (New York), Scotsgay, Transgender Tapestry, Tangents and the Washington Blade. The database includes comprehensive indexing and abstract coverage as well as a specialized LGBT Thesaurus containing over 6,300 terms.
Publishing and Depository Services (PDS) is part of the Integrated Services Branch of Public Works and Government Services Canada. PDS is one of the directorates forming the Government Information Services (GIS) Sector. GIS Sector services promote integrated and effective government communications by providing Canadians information about:
publications produced through or by the Government of Canada
laws, regulations and notices affecting their lives, published in the Canada Gazette
Government of Canada advertising and public opinion research.
PDS acquires and catalogues an extensive variety of Government of Canada publications. Some publications are listed for reference purposes only while others are available in portable downloadable electronic format.
Our mission is to ensure that Canadians have a centralized access point to locate and/or download publications authored by the Government of Canada.
NOMOS is the annual yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. The ASPLP was begun in 1955 by Carl Friedrich to bring together a group of political scientists, philosophers and law scholars interested in exploring legal and political philosophy outside of their home disciplines. The main activity of the society is its annual meeting held on a topic chosen in advance by the ASPLP membership, at which three papers—one from each of the participating disciplines—are presented. The society publishes these papers, along with formal commentary and invited additional essays, in the NOMOS volumes. The ASPLP leadership has included some of the most distinguished and accomplished scholars in political and legal philosophy including John Rawls, Lon Fuller and Judith Shklar.
*Volumes 7-16 are available as indexing only, pending licensing
Publisher: American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy / NYU Press
Reports and studies, backgrounders, policy briefs, full-length research reports on topics such as Alternative Federal Budget, Climate justice, Economic security, Education policy, Economic policy, Labour, Resource economics, Seniors.
This link does a catalogue search for their reports. The CPRN was a non-partisan think tank which operated from 1994 - 2009, providing socio-economic policy research and engagement to Canadian leaders. CPRN was best known for offering innovative and creative solutions to public policy issues resulting from timely research, thoughtful analysis and meaningful dialogue – with the goal of helping to make public policy work for Canada.
Evidence for Democracy (E4D) is the leading fact-driven, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization promoting the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making in Canada. Through research, education and issue campaigns, E4D engage and empower the science community while cultivating public and political demand for evidence-based decision-making.
Includes interactive works, social-issue documentaries, auteur animation and alternative dramas that provide the world with a Canadian perspective. The collection includes documentaries, animations, experimental films and fiction. NFB showcase films that take a stand on issues of global importance that matter to Canadians: stories about the environment, human rights, international conflict, the arts and more.