We now have access to the 2021 monographs and miscellanies in the Brepols Medieval Collection. This resource provides online access to books and articles in key subject areas in European Medieval Studies such as Church History & Monasticism, Language and Literature, Manuscript Studies, Philosophy, Theology and History of Science.
We have trial access to The Oregonian and other selected Oregon newspapers from Newsbank’s online collection America’s News – Historical and Current, until 30 January 2022. The titles and years available are:
- Forest Grove Leader (2010–2016)
- Hillsboro Argus (2010–2018)
- Oregon Journal (1902–1982)
- The Oregonian (1861–2021)
- The Oregonian: Blogs (2005–2018)
- The Oregonian: Web Edition Articles (2012–2021)
- Weekly Oregonian (1850–1862)
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We are trialling East View’s digital archives of two Russian periodicals – Niva and Vestnik Evropy – until 12 December 2021.
Niva was a popular journal of late 19th-century Russia.
Niva an illustrated weekly journal of literature, politics and modern life, was published from 1870 to 1918 in St. Petersburg, before being shut down by the Bolsheviks after the Russian revolution. The journal was widely read by an audience that extended from primary schoolteachers, rural parish priests, and the urban middle class to the gentry. It was especially popular among the middle class in the Russian provinces. Niva contained large coloured prints of art by famous Russian artists, works of famous Russian authors, as well as articles on science, politics and culture. It also had a special children’s section as well as a section on Russian classical writers: Gogol, Lermontov, Goncharov, Dostoevsky, Chekhov and many others. The Taylorian has only a few issues of Niva in our holdings (stored offsite).
The Vestnik Evropy digital archive, covering the years 1802-1830, complements our printed set of Vestnik Evropy (Viestnik Evropy) held at the Taylorian which starts in 1866 and continues up to the Revolution. The journal Vestnik Evropy is among the earliest and most influential literary and political journals of Russia. The founder of the journal was the writer and historian Nikolai Karamzin. We have a set of Vestnik Evropy (1866-1917) (in over 300 individual volumes) in the Taylorian Basement.
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We now have access to Tillich Online – (trial until the 30th of December 2021.)
Tillich Online is the first bilingual database to make the entire work of the important German-American theologian Paul Tillich (1886–1965) electronically accessible. In addition to Tillich’s extensive German-language oeuvre, users can access original English material authored by Tillich, as well as translations from the German, which are gradually being added to the database.
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We have trial access to Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary and Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries until 30 December 2021.
- A major Bible dictionary, six volumes of approximately 1,200 pages each.
- More than 6,000 entries, 7,000,000 words, and nearly 1,000 contributors.
- Endpaper maps of the Near Eastern world keyed to text for quick location of archaeological and biblical sites.
- Articles on pseudepigraphic and apocryphal texts, Nag Hammadi tractates, and individual Dead Sea Scrolls, including the most recently published sectarian Dead Sea Scrolls as well as articles illustrating the literary artistry of the biblical text.
- Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries span over 86 volumes and is one of the most long-running scholarly commentaries series for Biblical Studies scholars.
- Includes a book-by-book translation and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Apocrypha to make available all the significant historical and linguistic knowledge which bears on the interpretation of the Bible.
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