Recent Electronic Additions to York Libraries Collections II

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Encyclopedia of Globalization | Wiley
This online encyclopedia includes over 600 entries covering topics essential to the study of globalization. Updated annually with both new and revised content, this work brings together contributors from around the globe and across the social sciences.

Film Platform 
This streaming video collection connects audiences to award winning international documentaries. Curated by film experts and leading academics, the videos are selected based on their social, political and cultural importance. New titles are added annually.

Archives of Sexuality & Gender : LGBTQ history and culture since 1940 | Gale
Intended to illuminate the experiences of the LGBTQ community, this collection includes publications for and about gays and lesbians. Drawn from major international and grassroots activist groups, including significant content from the Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives and “The Body Politic”, this archive features a wide array of materials such as: newsletters, newspapers, press clippings, photographs, correspondence as well as government publications. This resources also covers governmental responses to the HIV/ AIDS crisis (i.e. NGO reports, presidential commissions, etc).

ProtoSociology is an international interdisciplinary journal published in Germany. This publication includes articles and reviews drawn from scholars representing a wide array of fields. Each issue forcuses on a timely theme connected to the intersection of philosophy and the social sicences.

Lecture Notes in Computer Science 
This series features new research presented at engineering and computer science meetings hosted around the world. The proceedings cover emerging issues and their business and industry applications, providing quick access to the latest developments.

Oxford Handbooks Online: Archaeology | Oxford
A collection of online handbooks published by Oxford, these works include articles written by top scholars in Archaeology. The handbooks present emerging research, as well as in-depth subject overviews relating to the study of the global human past. The editing team aims to represent all major geographical areas of the world.

Visual History Archive |  USC Shoah Foundation
Developed by the USC Shoah Foundation, this online repository provides access to more than 55,000 video testimonies from genocide survivors. Originally an archive of Holocaust testimonies, the collection has been expanded to cover genocidal events in Armenia, China, Rwanda, and Guatemala..

Greenleaf Online Library (GOL) | Greenleaf
Featuring works from specialist publisher Greenleaf, GOL provides access to e-book chapters and online articles written by leading thinkers on sustainability. For researchers and practitioners alike, this platform also includes case studies and best practices covering corporate responsibility, business ethics, sustainable development and leadership.

Geoscience World (GSW) 
Created for researchers in the earth sciences, this online portal is built on a core collections of 46 geoscience journals. It also connects users to books by preeminent publishers, as well as maps, conference papers, theses and Web content.

Migration to New Worlds | Adam Matthew
Covering nearly two centuries of global migration, this collection aims to tell the stories of the people who settled in North America and Australasia between 1800 and 1980. Featuring digitized primary source materials, the archive includes personal diaries, correspondence, governement proceedings, pamphlets, photograph and much more.

National Geographic Virtual Library | Gale
This online archival collection provides access to issues of National Geographic Magazine published between 1888 and 1994.

Making of the Modern World | Gale
This online archive of economic literature (monographs and serials) aims to provide an understanding of European competition, empire and expansion. The collection covers imperialism from the 15th to 20th century.

American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Collection 
The AAS Historical Periodicals Collection contains more than 6,500 historical periodical titles dating from 1693 to 1877. This Collection was released in five series. All five series are searched simultaneously.