Resources by Type: "Open Access"
Provides both current and historical information on the ANC and South African politics and government. Offers access to a wide array of government documents, such as bills and draft bills, commission reports, Hansard, Parliamentary papers, press statements and Weekly diary, regulations, speeches by government officials, statutes, and much more.
A collection of literature and history, including slave narratives, political tracts, poetry, children's literature and more, related to the antislavery movement in the United States.
This database provides indexing and abstracts for art-related books, conference proceedings, dissertations, exhibition and dealers' catalogs, and articles from over 4,300 periodicals published from 1975 through 2007. Topics include European and American visual arts from late antiquity to the present.
A collection of over 10,000 letters written by Thomas Carlyle and his wife Jane Welsh Carlyle. Browse their correspondence by date, by recipient, and by subject.
Includes materials from the "Annotated Chaucer Bibliography" published annually in "Studies in the Age of Chaucer;" indexes articles back to 1975.
Google Scholar finds scholarly resources on the web. If you are off campus and you use this link from the library website to get to Google Scholar, you will be able to take advantage of localized features such as "GET MORE" to link to the full text of library purchased online articles.
The Internet History Sourcebooks Project, published by Fordham University, is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use.
Access to online finding aids and digitized materials from archival collections across the state of Kentucky.
The Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (NKAA) has been developed as a finding aid to bring together a brief description of pertinent names, places, and events, and to list the sources where additional information may be found.
The Walt Whitman Archive is an electronic research and teaching tool that sets out to make Whitman's vast work, for the first time, easily and conveniently accessible to scholars, students, and general readers. His many notebooks, manuscript fragments, prose essays, letters, and voluminous journalistic articles all offer key cultural and biographical contexts for his poetry. The Archive sets out to incorporate as much of this material as possible, drawing on the resources of libraries and collections from around the United States and around the world.