Online resources available at Collins Library continue to expand. Listed here are a few of the recently added resources.
Sex and Sexuality, Sixteenth to Twentieth Century
In addition to Parts I and II of LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940, the library recently added Sex and Sexuality, Sixteenth to Twentieth Century to the Archives of Sexuality & Gender collection. These primary source materials explore the many facets of LGBTQ history. Users will find page images of a mixture of activist groups’ organizational papers, flyers and pamphlets, NGO and Governmental reports, periodicals, newsletters, personal papers, legal documents and more.
Recent additions to our University Press Scholarship Online collection of electronic books include titles from the University of Chicago Press, Princeton University Press, and MIT press.
New content is available through our subscription to the American Chemical Society publications. Both expanded journal holdings, and access to electronic books published by ACS.
The library has also expanded its access to journals published by the American Medical Association. Content includes deep archives of their primary journals, as well as access to additional titles.