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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Berg Fashion Library This link opens in a new window
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Berg Fashion Library is one of the leading resources for students and researchers of fashion studies. It also includes resources museum studies, cultural studies, anthropology, and more.
Find over 150 ebooks, 17,000 images of fashion objects from museums around the world, encyclopedias and more.
Europresse This link opens in a new window
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Over 3,500 French and International Newspapers.

3 users at one time - If blocked try later - Please LOG OFF
Fashion and Race Database This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s): FRD
Create a personal account with your AUP email address through this link to access the database.

"The Fashion and Race Database is an online platform filled with tools that expand the narrative of fashion history and challenge mis-representation within the fashion system."
Gale OneFile Science This link opens in a new window
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More than 350 full-text, non-embargoed journals are covered; updated daily, this collection includes more than 1.6 million articles to satisfy almost every scientific inquiry.
Kanopy This link opens in a new window
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Please use TRAILER whenever possible to decide if you want to see a film or if it is the right film.
We have a limited number of "credits" to purchase films on this platform. Watching part of a film will create a "view", after 3 "views" a film is purchased for 1 year and some of our credits are used (previews do NOT count as a "view").

Off campus access: To access the platform please click on the orange button "Visit the AUP Collection", then click on the orange button "Log In to AUP" and use your AUP NetID and username.

Oxford Research Encyclopedias This link opens in a new window
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Alternate Name(s): ORE
The OREs will grow to be a network of digital, discipline-centered encyclopedias covering all the major areas of research across the humanities, social sciences, and science fields. New subject areas are selected based on market research, where such anchoring reference sources are needed most.
Understanding Great Works This link opens in a new window
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"Understanding Great Works is a research tool from JSTOR Labs that connects primary texts with with journal articles and book chapters on JSTOR that cite those texts. Building on a previous project, Understanding Shakespeare, this beta release of Understanding Great Works expands the scope of the tool to include ten key works of British literature, the King James Bible, and all Shakespeare plays and sonnets."
Understanding Shakespeare This link opens in a new window
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Understanding Shakespeare is a collaborative project between JSTOR Labs and the Folger Shakespeare Library . It’s a research tool that allows students, educators and scholars to use the text of Shakespeare’s plays to quickly navigate into the scholarship written about them—line by line. Users simply click next to any line of text in a play and relevant articles from the JSTOR archive immediately load.

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