Established in 1985 and published by the Organization of American Historians, each bimonthly issue of the Magazine of History focuses on a theme or topic of recent scholarship in American history, and provides readers with informative articles, lesson plans, and current historiography.
Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive provides complete runs of major trade and consumer magazines and provides students and researchers with the primary source material needed to develop a contextual understanding of the entertainment industry as it evolved over the 20th century.
An indispensable resource for scholars and
students of literary theory and discourse.
It includes almost 300 alphabetically arranged entries and subentries
on critics and theorists, critical schools and movements, and the
critical and theoretical innovations of specific countries and
Alphabetical entries define names, places, and events associated with genocide, and major sections deal with the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, and the process, detection, denial, and prevention of genocide.
A three-volume encyclopedia containing over 600 articles which include biographies, general contextual essays, and articles on very specific topics. Each article is signed and recommends current bibliography for further study. The geographic area covered includes Mexico through southern Mesoamerica. Emphasis is placed on the past, but contemporary cultural groups are also covered.
Ed. Melvin Ember and Carol R. Ember. 4 vols. The first part of volume 1 contains 16 thematic essays dealing with the comparative study of the cultures of cities. This is followed by over 200 articles on particular cities throughout the world. The appendices include indexes, statistical tables, and selected web sites.
A 10-volume set with a 2002 supplement which explores the social life and customs of peoples of the world. The encyclopedia is organized by people groups not by country names. Each article is signed and is followed by a bibliography.
Social Education is the official journal of the National Council for Social Studies. In addition to the print back issues, Hekman Library has digital access to the journal from September 2000 to the present.
Covers the period from 1945 to the present and is divided up into 150 nations, with each entry divided up into twelve sections, including History, Artistic Profile, Music Theatre, Design, and Further Reading.
Covers colonial North America from the Norse settlements (c.1000) through aspects of nineteenth-century New Mexico and Alaska, including non-English colonies. 247 topical essays in three volumes, with good cross-referencing and bibliographies.
The standard reference in this field for both research and clinical use. It offers almost 200 detailed entries, covering the entire range of communication and speech disorders in children and adults, from basic science to clinical diagnosis.
Focusing on participation and aimed at the estimated 43 million disabled people in America today, this directory combines personal testimony with useful directory-style information covering a variety of areas.
A 10-volume work which covers the time periods from ancient all the way through modern. Each volume features a different time period in music history, such as Early Middle Ages, Ars Nova and the Renaissance, The Age of Beethoven, and Romanticism.
"The Journal of Religion & Society has been established to promote the cross-disciplinary study of religion and its diverse social dimensions through the publication of research articles, essays and opinions, review articles, and book reviews."
The Media History Digital Library provides online access to the histories of cinema, broadcasting, and recorded sound through digital scans of thousands of classic periodicals in the public domain from 1904
A reference handbook in the "Contemporary Education Issues" series.
Provides an overview of approaches to education for a pluralistic
society, an introduction to the historical origins of diversity
education, and explanations of curricular options along with case