The primary purpose of H-ASIA is to enable historians and other Asia scholars to easily communicate current research and teaching interests; to discuss new articles, books, papers, approaches, methods and tools of analysis; to test new ideas and share comments and tips on teaching. Includes helpful links to a variety of resources.
H-Net Reviews is the largest online professional reviewing archive, with thousands of scholarly reviews for books in the Humanities and Social Sciences, offered under Creative Commons licensing, commissioned by professional review editors, written, edited, copyedited, and published in an original online system, cataloged by the Library of Congress, and available on web, email, and in PDF.
ed. Horst Haider Munske. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2001. Gives a comprehensive survey of contemporary Frisian language and dialects, their history and literatures, and research trends in Frisian studies. Essays are evenly divided between English- and German-language contributions, each with a bibliography.
The Handbook of Latin American Studies is a bibliography on Latin America consisting of works selected and annotated by scholars and edited by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Each year scholars from around the world choose thousands of works for inclusion alternating between the social sciences and the humanities.
HarpWeek provides online access to Harper’s Weekly, the 19th
century "Journal of Civilization." Harper's Weekly is primary source material including the editorials, news stories,
illustrations, cartoons, and advertisements that formed American public opinion of the era.
HSDB is a toxicology data file focusing on the toxicology of potentially hazardous chemicals. It is enhanced with information on human exposure, industrial hygiene, emergency handling procedures, environmental fate, regulatory requirements, and related areas.
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition provides access to hundreds of full-text scholarly journals focusing on many medical disciplines, specifically nursing and allied health. Coverage for this database extends from 1958 - present.
Provided by the Taubman Medical Library at the University of Michigan, this site offers resources in many different topics such as research, education programs, and nursing schools in U.S. and other countries.
The Hekman Digital Archive (HDA) provides a home to digital files that can be used in the classroom or for personal study on the web. It currently accommodates 10 unique collections, and includes over 5000 digital images available in a variety of formats.
The HLSI identifies sermons contained in books owned by the Hekman Library. Find sermon citations based on scripture passage, author, title, keyword, or subject and then use the call number to locate the book on shelf.
The Utrecht Archives managesa collection of prints, maps, photographs, films, publications, and family history on the city and province of Utrecht. The Archives is also the national center for church archives and those of the Dutch Railways.
Historical Abstracts is the definitive index of literature covering world history (excluding the United States and Canada) from the 15th century to the present. Indexing thousands of journals in over 40 languages, it is an invaluable bibliographic database for history students. Topics include military history, women’s history, history of education, and much more.
Sections 1-2 contain a cartographic presentation of 500 years of territorial organization, demography, and culture. Sections 3-5 focus on political, social, and economic issues specific to each country, beginning in the colonial period.
Contains 650 well-researched maps depicting cultural, social, demographic, political and economic topics, ranging from prehistory to 1977. Well-indexed, with an extensive bibliography. The 1992 edition is the "second impression, with additional material."
Contains about 1,088 statistical tables on the social, economic and institutional conditions of Canada from the start of the Confederation in 1867 to the mid-1970s. This is an electronic reprint of the 2d edition of Historical Statistics of Canada, jointly produced by the Social Science Federation of Canada and Statistics Canada in 1983.
The standard source for statistical data on U. S. History, with data sets on topics ranging from migration and health to crime and the Confederate States of America. Includes essays placing the data in historical context.
The History Channel is an award winning history site that combines professional articles on historical events, people and places. Type in a year or a specific date and get all related articles and multimedia products.
A convenient way to see the full-text of more recent issues of important historical journals. These are made available through Hekman Library's institutional subscriptions, so most of them are not accessible to non-Calvin users.