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  • Why search here? You’re researching topics related to politics, national, or world events.
  • What's included? A variety of Washinton DC Bureau Records from 1915-2009 including news dispatches, press conferences, travel, speeches, campaigns and elections, and messages to Congress. Also includes biographical information on statesmen, entertainers, scientists, politicians, and other prominent people.
Bristol University Press DEI Collection This link opens in a new window
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  • Why search here? You need research material regarding various facets of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
  • What's included? Journal articles, books and book chapters on diversity, equity, and inclusion culled from the various resources available through the Bristol University Press.
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  • Why search here? You may be a vocal performance student wanting to utilize translations of arias, art song, and liturgical texts for language comprehension and pronunciation.
  • What's included? 15,750 professionally translated and transcribed titles from languages such as French, Italian, German, Spanish, English, and Latin. Includes works from 925 composers and 1,141 poets.
MLA Handbook Plus This link opens in a new window
  • Why search here? The only official authorized book on MLA citation format.
  • What's included? Provides access to the current copy of the MLA Handbook, a video course that teaches the principles of the MLA documentation style and other MLA guides.
Oxford Bibliographies - Communication This link opens in a new window
  • Why search here? You need overviews of various communication topics, with leads for additional sources.
  • What's included? 279 bibliographies on individual topics, written by scholars. Each includes a one-paragraph introduction, several paragraphs of commentary on sub-topics, and 50-150 citations for further study.