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Empower your researchers with less time spent searching for information and more time devoted to research. ProQuest databases provides a single source for scholarly journals, newspapers, reports, working papers, and datasets along with millions of pages of digitized historical primary sources and more than 450,000 ebooks. Renowned abstracting and indexing makes this information easily navigable, while content tools, including instant bibliography and citation generators, simplify management and sharing of research.
A unique collection of more than 3,900 plays in verse and prose tracing the development of drama in English from the medieval mystery cycles to the comedies of Oscar Wilde.
English Poetry, Second Edition redefines the English poetic canon for the 21st century, building on the achievement of the original English Poetry collection with enhanced functionality and the addition of more than 20,000 poems.
Primary sources for film, broadcasting, popular music and theatre, 1880-2000
The Entrepreneurship Database provides access to tools and resources to help entrepreneurs and students navigate the complex world of small business.
Ethnic Newswatch™ is a full-text subscription database containing newspapers, magazines, journals, and newsletters of the ethnic, minority, and native press. Designed to provide the other side of the story, ENW titles offer additional viewpoints from those proffered by the mainstream press.
Provide your users with the award-winning resource used by the Fortune 500: Factiva.com, a Dow Jones service. Factiva.com is available exclusively to academic institutions and public libraries through ProQuest.
The Family Health Database covers public health topics including pandemics, disaster preparedness, and obesity and features the American Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology and Infection, among other leading publications.
This essential tool for film studies, created by the International Federation of Film Archives, indexes more than 300,000 articles from 300 of the world's foremost academic and popular film journals, dating from 1972 onward.