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Center for Research Libraries Purchasing 11 New Collections

The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) collects unique and valuable materials that support advanced research in the humanities, sciences and social sciences.  Patrons of member institutions like Georgia State University Library have access to these materials through interlibrary loan. CRL’s … Continue reading

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Center for Research Libraries: A Wealth of Resources Available to You

Georgia State University Library belongs to a special partnership of libraries called the Center for Research Libraries (CRL).  CRL acquires and preserves traditional and digital resources for research and teaching and makes them available to member institutions. Members of the … Continue reading

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Desktop article delivery now available for graduate students

Desktop article delivery service – formerly available only to faculty – has now been expanded to graduate students. This service enables graduate students and faculty to have articles from our print journal collection delivered electronically.  Make your requests through ILLiad, … Continue reading

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New Resource: Times Digital Archive

Georgia State University Library has recently acquired the Times Digital Archive, 1785-1985, a historical archive of the Times (London).  Known as the world’s “newspaper of record,” the content of the Times (London) is international in scope and the paper is … Continue reading

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ECCO Part II is Now Complete

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Part II of Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) is now finished.  The library purchased this collection last year as an addition to the original ECCO database.  The final batch of Part II adds more than 1,600 titles and nearly 500,000 … Continue reading

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New online reference titles

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Need help picking a research topic or getting background information for your project?  Try starting with an encyclopedia.  Here are some of the online titles the library has recently added to its collection: Encyclopedia of Gender and Society – A … Continue reading

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New African Studies Encyclopedia

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Researchers interested in African Studies will want to be aware of this new library resource – The Oxford Encyclopedia of African Thought. This online encyclopedia offers a comprehensive view of African thought, covering the intellectual tradition on the continent and … Continue reading

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Anthropology's Dr. Patico Publishes Article on Matchmaking

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Jennifer Patico has recently published an article entitled “Kinship and Crisis: The Embedding of Economic Pressures and Gender Ideals in Postsocialist International Matchmaking.”  The article appears in the Spring 2010 issue of Slavic Review.  The Spring issue of this journal … Continue reading

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Atlanta Historic Newspapers Archive

Atlanta Historic Newspapers Archive

The Atlanta Historic Newspapers Archive is a new resource available in the Digital Library of Georgia.  Users now have access to fourteen newspaper titles published in Atlanta between 1847 – 1922. The newspapers provide a record of Atlanta’s history from … Continue reading

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Africa during the Cold War

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Are you interested in the history of Africa during the Cold War?  Larry Grubbs, a lecturer in GSU’s History Department, has just published a book on this topic entitled Secular missionaries : Americans and African development in the 1960s.  In … Continue reading

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