By Ana Dubnjakovic
From full-text article databases to digitized collections of basic resource fabrics, newly rising digital assets have notably impacted how study within the humanities is carried out and found. This e-book, overlaying high quality, up to date digital assets for the arts, is an easy-to-use annotated advisor for the librarian, scholar, and pupil alike. It covers on-line databases, indexes, information, and lots of different severe instruments in key humanities disciplines together with philosophy, faith, languages and literature, and appearing and visible arts. Succinct overviews of key rising traits in digital assets accompany each one chapter.
- The merely reference advisor to digital assets written particularly for the humanities
- Addresses all significant humanities disciplines in a single handy guide
- Concise layout perfect for college students, librarians, and arts researchers
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Htm Content provider: Alexander Street Press Description: The site contains 1,450 full-text plays written from the mid1800s to the present by more than 250 playwrights from North America, English-speaking Africa, the Caribbean, and other African diaspora countries, accompanied by reference materials. htm Content provider: Alexander Street Press Description: The source includes 2,000 plays from the USA and Canada, including 550 previously unpublished plays. There is some content overlap between this and other Alexander Street Press databases such as Black Drama, Latino Literature, Asian American Drama and North American Women’s Drama.
Additional collections include sound recording history, jazz and popular music and classical music. edu/sheetmusic/yiddish/ Content provider: Brown University Description: The collection contains pre-1923 public domain titles from Brown University’s sheet-music collection. In addition to art songs, Hebrew and Yiddish language folk songs, and religious music from the cantorial repertoire, the collection also includes photographs from theatrical production scenes. htm Content provider: Alexander Street Press 33 A Practical Guide to Electronic Resources in the Humanities Description: This subscription resource is a package version which includes the Alexander Street Press databases described below and allows for federated searching.
Html Content provider: Jeremy Hylton and MIT’s The Tech Description: The source provides access to Shakespeare plays and can be browsed by genre (comedy, tragedy, history and poetry). Plays themselves can be browsed by act and scene in HTML. On the homepage of each play there is also a link to the full text of the play. org/ Content provider: EServer (nonprofit online community) Description: The site provides access to writings arranged into criticism, journals (mostly subscription-only, with full text available through Project Muse), links (mostly Iowa State University theater teaching materials) and plays arranged chronologically (classical, medieval, renaissance/early modern, seventeenth century, eighteenth century, nineteenth century, modern drama and contemporary drama).
A Practical Guide to Electronic Resources in the Humanities by Ana Dubnjakovic