The UCR Library acquired an array of online resources in the summer and fall of 2021 that include a variety of full text journals, magazine collections, and primary source collections.
Read below for a summary of some of our major summer and fall online resource acquisitions.
The Emerald eJournal Premier collection from Emerald Insight includes more than 300,000 full-text articles from 322 journals covering business, science & technology, engineering, social sciences, healthcare, public policy, and library science. Emerald Publishing journals are double-blind peer-reviewed and reflect Emerald’s mission to inspire positive change in society and addresses real-world problems.
Art Magazine Archives
Art Magazine Collection Archive from Ebsco presents a collection of three leading art magazines — The Magazine ANTIQUES, ARTnews and Art in America — covering contemporary art, visual art, fine arts and more. Research areas represented in these magazines include ancient art, architecture, art preservation, and contemporary art. Articles and cover pages are fully indexed and advertisements are individually identified, making this a valuable resource for those studying visual arts, art history, and culture.
The Artforum (later Artforum International) archive from ProQuest is the digitized version of the leading magazine for coverage of contemporary international art, with content dating back to the magazine’s first issue in 1962 through 2020. Artforum covers art in all media, from painting, sculpture, and installations, to body art video & audio art, and performance art. Also covered are related topics such as architecture, film, fashion, music, and photography.
East India Company Archives: India Office Records from the British Library, 1599-1947
The East India Company archives from Adam Matthew Digital offers access to a unique collection covering the entirety of classes IOR/A, B, C, D, E and G of the India Office Records held at the British Library, London. Containing royal charters, correspondence, trading diaries, minutes of council meetings and reports of expeditions, among other document types, this resource charts the history of British trade and rule in the Indian subcontinent and beyond from 1599 to 1947. For an overview of what is included in the archive, click here.
These resources are available to UCR faculty, students, and researchers. We hope to share news of more resource acquisitions available to the UCR community in 2022.