Category Archives: H&SS

Das Kapital: Illustrious but Ill-Read

Haeselin_Posner_FlyerSeptember 20 – Exhibit reception, 5-7:30 pm, with remarks at 5:20 pm at Posner Center. All are welcome. Exhibit was prepared by intern David Haeselin, PhD candidate in Literary & Cultural Studies, Dietrich College. Through December 6. M-F, 1-4 pm or by appointment (8-7680).


Foreign & International Law Resources

Foreign & International Law Resources – International Yearbooks and periodicals, U.S. Law Digests, International Tribunals/Juducial Decisions, Court of Justice of the European Communities, etc.

State States: A Historical Archive

State States: A Historical Archive – This new collection includes more than 1,600 volumes and nearly 2 million pages of historical superseded state statutes. A valuable source of information for legal researchers and scholars to understand the thinking and conditions behind the creation of the historical statutes.

World Newsreels Online: 1929-1966

Good news! The Libraries have subscribed to World Newsreels Online. Streaming video captures full runs of key international newsreels produced during the early twentieth century. These films provide a unique – and until now largely neglected – resource, giving  scholars insight into how people learned about events that occurred during this period.

Oxford Bibliographies Online

Overviews, definitions, and annotated recommendations for books,
textbooks, journals, etc., with links to Google Books, WorldCat, Cameo
and ILL:

CQ Global Researcher

In-depth coverage of global affairs from a number of international viewpoints: CQ Global Researcher offers focused, readable, single-topic reports on vital world issues. Each single-themed, 12,000-word CQ Global Researcher report is researched and written by an experienced observer of the given issue. The consistent, reader-friendly organization provides researchers with an introductory overview; background and assessment of the current situation; pro/con statements from representatives of opposing positions; chronology on the topic, followed by short features for extensive context; a sampling of related international perspectives; maps and graphs; bibliographies of key sources; next steps for additional reading; and author profiles.

New from HeinOnline

Check out the great new law & government content at HeinOnline.