Explore the Databases
EEBO contains over 100,000 early English book titles, including incunabla, reflected in bibliographies such as the English Short Title Catalogue, Pollard & Redgrave’s Short-Title Catalogue and Wing’s Short-Title Catalogue.
Artemis: Literary Sources searches across multiple literary databases such as the Literature Resource Center and MLA International Bibliography from the publisher Gale. In addition to basic and advanced searching, Artemis features visualizations of the frequency with which terms appear. The Term Frequency and Term Clustering visualizations are a simple form of text mining to detect patterns and relationships in the database.
ARTstor is a non-profit online library of images related to fine arts, humanities, and sciences pulled from partner research libraries and museums.
Artemis is an interface that searches across multiple humanities-related collections and allows the user to privately annotate and tag documents with personal folders. In addition to basic and advanced searching, one can locate content using term frequency and term clustering visualizations.
Humanities Source combines EBSCO’s Humanities International Complete with H.W. Wilson’s Humanities Abstracts, Humanities Index Retrospective, and Humanities Full Text into one full text platform. Includes academic journals, magazines, and some monographs.
ECCO contains a digitized copy of nearly every book printed in the UK during the 18th century and thousands of books from the British colonies.
Google Books searches across the full text of books and magazines, both those that are in copyright and those in the public domain. The Google Books Library Project includes titles scanned by Google from major research libraries such as the University of Michigan, New York Public Library, and Oxford University.
HathiTrust is a full-text searchable digital library platform of over 11 million monographs, serials, and pamphlet collections from Hathi partner libraries. HathiTrust estimates that 3.7 million of these are in the public domain. The majority of volumes in HathiTrust were digitized by the Google Book Project.
JSTOR is a multi-disciplinary journal archive and scholarly ebook and primary source platform. Archived journals date from the earliest issue published. Journals in the JSTOR Current Scholarship Collection include the most recent issues, without an embargo.
NCCO is a curated compilation of primary source documents, from archives around the world, focusing on eight major themes of the 19th century: Asia and the West; British Politics and Society; British Theatre, Music, and Literature; Corvey Collection of European Literature (1790-1840); Europe and Africa: Commerce, Christianity, Civilization, and Conquest; Photography: the World through the Lens; Science, Technology, and Medicine (1780-1925); and Women: Transnational Networks.
19th Century U.S. Newspapers is a full-text, facsimile image database of approximately 500 national and regional newspapers, dating from 1800-1900.
Project MUSE is a humanities and social sciences scholarly journal and ebook platform. Project Muse includes journals and books from major academic publishers in the United States and many from around the world.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers includes the full run of several major U.S., international, and African-American, and Jewish-American newspapers. The content includes the full image of the article, as it appeared on microfilm, with ads and listings.