March 2010 Entries
The Library has trial access toArchive Finder, a current directory which describes over 220,000 collections of primary source material housed in thousands of repositories across the United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The trial wil run until 15 April 2010.
The Library is trialling the Ethnographic Video Online database until the 8th of April. This is a searchable video collection designed as a resource for the study of human culture and behaviour. The scope of the collection is international, and includes seminal works in documentary film, as well as in visual anthropology.
The Parliamentary Counsel Office is starting a programme to digitise historical New Zealand statutes, from 1841 to 2007.
Black Camera, a new international film journal devoted to the study and documentation of the black cinematic experience, is now available online through Project MUSE.
The latest release of Literature Online includes 24 new full-text journals and 40 new or revised biographies. Enhancements have also been made to the design and functionality of the Literature Online interface.
Visit the website Philosophy Bites and listen to Nigel Warburton interviewing Jonathan Wolff about John Rawls' A Theory of Justice.