Trial Database: Politico (Pro New York content)

NYU Libraries has a trial subscription to Politico New York Pro, a resource from the writers at Politico that offers New York-specific coverage of policy analysis, legislation, and political news. Some special features to check out include the newsletters and the “document drawer” that includes public records.  Trial expires October 06, 2018.

We hope you enjoy exploring it and would love to hear your feedback!

Please share your opinions by sending an email to Katherine E Boss, our Librarian for Journalism, Media, Culture & Communication, at keb5@nyu.edu .

Trial Database: Bloomsbury Cultural History

NYU Libraries has arranged trial access to the Bloomsbury Cultural History from now through October 13th, 2018.  

Bloomsbury Cultural History is an interactive online resource providing digital access to Bloomsbury’s Cultural Histories series. Made up of curated and illustrated reference works alongside eBook and image collections, Bloomsbury Cultural History presents content within a single, fully cross-searchable platform.

We hope you enjoy exploring it and would love to hear your feedback!

Please share your opinions by sending an email to Pamela Bloom, our Performing Arts Librarian, at pamela.bloom@nyu.edu

Trial Database: Three Shanghai Collections in Archives Unbound

NYU Libraries has arranged trial access to three Shanghai Collections in Archives Unbound from now through October 6th, 2018.  

  • Minutes of the Shanghai Municipal Council, which replicates all the minutes of meetings held by the Board of Directors of the Shanghai Municipal Council from July 1854 to December 1943
  • Policing the Shanghai International Settlement, 1894-1945, a collection that covers the period in China’s struggle toward a modern existence through the International Settlement in Shanghai
  • Shanghai Municipal Council: The Municipal Gazette, 1908-1942, which provides a window into the workings of the Shanghai International Settlement during the period of revolution, the Republic, internationalization of Shanghai, national uprising, and world war.

We hope you enjoy exploring it and would love to hear your feedback!

Please share your opinions by sending an email to Xiaojing Zu at xiaojing.zu@nyu.edu .