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The following are electronic resources that have been added to UNL Libraries' collections over the past six months.
Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements This link opens in a new window
Primary sources documenting histories of civil rights activism by the everyday citizens of Black, Latine, Indigenous, and Asian American/Pacific Islander communities. Collections are targeted for completion by the end of 2025. The first collection in development focuses on the African American experience, drawing on materials from colleges and universities, historical societies, public libraries, community archives and other institutions. (Full-Text)
IPA Source This link opens in a new window
Transcribed and translated aria, art song, and liturgical texts in German, French, Italian, Spanish, English and Latin, using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Designed to assist singers with foreign language diction and communication. (Full-Text)
Glossary of Geology This link opens in a new window
Definitions of geological terms, abbreviations, and acronyms. Online version of the 5th print edition. (Full-text)
Gale Digital Scholar Lab This link opens in a new window
Online platform for computational analysis of textual data sets drawn from Gale Primary Source collections or uploaded text files. A personal account is required to use this resource. To create an account, click "Login/Create Account", then choose "Login with Microsoft" and enter your UNL email address.
Black Studies Center This link opens in a new window
Modern and historical essays, journals, newspapers, fiction, literature, and poetry on the African diaspora experience. Includes the historical Chicago Defender newspaper. Material comes from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. (Full-Text)
Everyday Life and Women in America, 1800-1920 This link opens in a new window
Primary source books, pamphlets, periodicals, and broadsides covering American popular culture, social history, family life, education, race, class, and employment from 1800-1920. (Full-Text)
Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 This link opens in a new window
Primary sources focusing on LGBTQ history and associated social, political, health and legal issues. Includes newspapers, magazines, newsletters, manuscripts, correspondence, and more.
Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980 This link opens in a new window
Spanish-language newspapers printed in the U.S. during the 19th and 20th centuries. (Full-Text)
Visual History Archive This link opens in a new window
Testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides, including the Armenian Genocide and events in Nanjing, Guatemala, Myanmar (anti-Rohingya mass violence), Rwanda (genocide against the Tutsi), Cambodia, South Sudan, and Central African Republic; also includes interviews about contemporary anti-Semitic violence. (Streaming Video)
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