June 2007 Entries
Professor Angela Davis will be speaking on Monday 25 June 2007 at the Maidment Theatre, 8 Alfred St, Auckland University Campus, 7pm - 8:30pm, Free admission.
University of Canterbury Library has developed an online exhibition as part of Christchurch Heritage Week.
Will eating beetroots make you fat, and is that a bad thing? Answers to be found in the database Defining Gender 1450-1910 which is now available online.
The Royal Society's Catalogue of Scientific Papers 1800-1900 (CSP) is the latest addition to the 19th Century Masterfile (mentioned last week when the links to legal journals were added).
Backstage is a free online database for finding and searching performing arts collections in the U.K.
Thanks to Marianne Schultz for pointing out this link. Marianne is writing her thesis on New Zealand male dancers in the twentieth century.<
We now have access to the online edition of the New York Review of Books with the complete archive from the magazine's inception in 1963. Alternatively, you can link direct to the latest issue.
The 19th Century Masterfile gives us access to several indexes originally published in the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
The latest enhancement to this database is the addition of links to full text editions in other online resources.
The Library now has online access to the Iter Bibliography. It includes literature pertaining to the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700).
Following on from the highly successful David Nichol Smith Seminar in 18th-Century Studies held at Otago University, Dunedin, the exhibition A Quick Stab at the Eighteenth Century is now online.
The History Highway: A 21st Century Guide to Internet Resources (4th ed.) is a handy directory of history related websites.
The Library has an ever-expanding list of online journals.
ResearchSpace is our 'institutional repository' or online collection of the University's research outputs. The showcase collection is our digital PhDs.