A fully digitized archive of Ta Kung Pao, a highly influential newspaper in modern China. The newspaper began publication on June 17, 1902 in the French Concession in Tianjin. The newspaper has editions in different cities, including Tianjin, Shanghai, Wuhan, Chongqing, Hong Kong and Guilin. In its prime, the paper was published in four different places in China at the same time, ranking the top in China with a circulation of 200,000 copies. In 1941, the newspaper obtained the honor of “best foreign newspaper of the year” awarded by Missouri School of Journalism of the U.S., which was the first and only time a Chinese newspaper to ever win such an honor.
Searchable and browsable database of non-fiction works by African-American leaders and others who have dealt substantially with issues of race in America. Includes books, essays, articles, speeches, letters, interviews, and other materials, some of which have not previously been published. Includes brief biographical information for all authors.
Spanning from 1606-1822, the Colonial America collection provides access to a unique collection of manuscript and printed material detailing civil and cultural society in early America. Sourced from over 1,450 volumes of the Colonial Office files held at the National Archives, UK, the collection contains the original correspondence between London and the American colonial governments.
Trial expires March 30, 2018. Books may be searched in GEORGE.
Over 500 scholarly monographs published by Duke University Press in recent years. Topics covered include anthropology, cultural studies, Caribbean studies, Chicanx and Latinx studies, history, literature, media, and many other fields.
Covering from 1490-2007, this collection of library and archival material spans the Atlantic world. Designed as both a teaching and research portal, the collection provides full-text, searchable access to thousands of original manuscripts, pamphlets, books, and paintings, while also delivering contextual essays by leading scholars in the field.