Databases (54 results)
Bibliography of British and Irish History [via Brepols]
The Bibliography of British and Irish History provides bibliographic data on historical writing dealing with the British Isles, and with the British Empire and Commonwealth, during all periods for which written documentation is available – from 55BC to the present. It is the successor to the Royal Historical Society Bibliography of British and Irish History, available online from 2002 to 2009.
Bibliography of Japanese History to 1912
A completely revised bibliography of Japanese history to the end of the Meiji period, by Peter Kornicki. The original appeared in 1996 (UC-Davis has this copy at H/SS Reference, call no. DS835 K67 1996.) The bibliography is arranged by period and also by topics such as foreign relations 1800-1900 and Meiji economic, intellectual, social, and military history.
Bibliography of Native North Americans [via Ebsco]
This database contains citations to books, journal articles, essays, conference papers, and US and Canadian government documents about native peoples of North America published from the sixteenth century to the present.
Bibliography of Neo-Latin Texts on the Web
This site is an analytic bibliography of Latin texts written during the Renaissance and later that are freely available to the general public on the Web. It is created and maintained by Dana F. Sutton, University of California, Irvine.
Bibliography of the History of Art [via Getty]
Indexes and abstracts art-related books, conference proceedings and dissertations, exhibition and dealer’s catalogs, and articles from more than 2,500 periodicals covering European and American art from late antiquity to 2009.
Tags: Art, History
Related links: For more recent publications, 2008-current, use the INTERNATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ART
Hae paginae proponent Musa adiuvante in lingua Latina – nunc etiam in lingua Graeca, Germanica, Anglica, Gallica, Italica, Hispanica, Polonica, Russica, Bohemica – facta et ficta. non solum «arma virumque» canunt, sed etiam «fullones ululamque».
Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)
BASE is one of the world’s most voluminous search engines especially for academic open access web resources. BASE is operated by Bielefeld University Library.
A rapidly growing collection of peer-reviewed, life science protocols organized by 11 different fields of study and 10 different organisms. Protocols are organized chronologically with a detailed guide on how to reproduce a given experiment. Each protocol also contains an interactive and moderated Q & A section to facilitate open communication between protocol authors and the research community.