Encompasses the myriad contributions of individuals from the African American community who achieved prominence in the arts, entertainment, the sciences, business, the military, and politics as well as countless others who endured the travails of slavery and institutionalized discrimination. Through primary sources and the lens of prominent scholars, this database gives voice to the African American experience from its African origins to the present day.
Provides access to over 900 full-length productions and educational resources in teaching and study of the performance arts. Collaborating with world-class theatre companies, industry associations, and scholars, Digital Theatre+ captures and curates live performances, and provides behind the scenes insights and educational resources to support study at every level. Constantly growing with more filmed productions and interviews as well as written content. Trial ends: August 15, 2019
Start your research by gaining an overview of important movements, influential figures, and key sources across a wide variety of subject areas. From Afrofuturism (Literary and Critical Theory) to the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas (Latin American Studies), get connected to key scholarship and useful primary sources to support your research.
Includes running texts and text samples of British English prose across its history - from the earliest Middle English documents up to the First World War. The texts come in three forms: simple text, part-of-speech tagged text and syntactically annotated text. The syntactic annotation (parsing) permits searching not only for words and word sequences, but also for syntactic structure. All of the annotation has been carefully reviewed by expert human annotators for accuracy and consistency. The corpora are designed for the use of students and scholars of the history of English, especially the historical syntax of the language.