Skip to main content

Researching Triggers of Change in the Women’s Movement

Socialist woman

Exploring resources curated to reflect the struggle of “creating a more humane world for all women to live in.”

Read More
08 Mar 2017

Revealing Queen Victoria and the Consequences of Sex

Queen Victoria's Journal: February 10, 1840

Resources to explore marriage, childbirth and the conflicts of sexual desire in the Victorian era.

Read More
07 Mar 2017

ProQuest is at Work Improving Systems for Uninterrupted Learning and Exploration

Rich Belanger

Our goal is 100% uptime for ProQuest services and we will continue testing and improving our systems to achieve it.

Read More
02 Mar 2017

What Scholarly Journals Are Researchers Importing Most?

Medical professional using digital devices

Hint: Health and science are among the most popular disciplines for undergraduate and graduate studies.

Read More
01 Mar 2017

Finding my Fit in the Library

Cindy Hohl

I believe that libraries transform and catapult learning experiences for everyone - ALA Spectrum Scholar Cindy Hohl.

Read More
23 Feb 2017

Exploring a Dark Chapter in U.S. History: Japanese Internment

Baltimore's Sunday Sun Times magazine, February 7, 1942,

Unique resources for understanding the presidential force of law at the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066.

Read More
21 Feb 2017

Jack Johnson: Prize Fighter in the Ring, and Against Racial Convention

Front page of the Boston Globe.

Primary sources recount Jim Crow-era hardships endured by boxing’s first African-American heavyweight champion.

Read More
15 Feb 2017

The Legacy of Frederick Douglass in Poetry and Primary Sources

Exploring resources for insights on the life and enduring influence of escaped slave, abolitionist writer, orator and American hero on his birthday.

Read More
14 Feb 2017

Cabaret: What a Concept!

Cabaret on Broadway, 1966

Discover how curated interdisciplinary resources connect researchers to the people, places and creative process behind the musical.

Read More
13 Feb 2017

What’s New in OASIS? Plenty.

Open book

Based on customer feedback, the premiere web-based system for searching and ordering print and ebooks is improving resources to make life easier for librarians.

Read More
03 Feb 2017