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Adam Matthew: primary sources for teaching and research

08 January 2020
Preview Adam Matthew
Preview Adam Matthew

Subsequent to the trial end of last year, the UB now has a license to Adam Matthew. This resource contains primary sources for teaching and research, from the 15th to 21st centuries.

A selection of sources (books, articles, photographs, newspapers, reports, letters, etc.) available within Adam Matthew Explorer:

  • Victorian Popular Culture
  • The Grand Tour
  • Socialism on Film
  • Popular Medicine in America
  • Migration to the New World
  • Market Research and American Business 1935-1965
  • Defining Gender
  • First World War portal
  • The Nixon Years
  • Church Missionary Periodicals
  • Secret office files for China, the Middle East
  • Sex and Sexuality
  • and much, much more ...
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