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Extensive collection of music and articles designed expressly for music history and theory courses. There are more than 600 pieces of music (over 7,000 pages) from antiquity through the romantic era. Temporary access available through June 17, 2022.
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Archives of Sexuality & Gender program module three, is a collection made up of more than five thousand rare and unique books covering sex, sexuality, and gender issues across the sciences and humanities and throughout history. It examines topics such as patterns of fertility and sexual practice; prostitution; religion and sexuality; the medical and legal construction of sexualities; and the rise of sexology. It not only offers a reflection of the cultural and social attitudes of the past, but also a window into how sexuality and gender roles were viewed and changed over time.
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CWU Educational MediaSpace is a non-public platform for media content hosted on Kaltura that has been uploaded by Central Washington University community members. The media content includes general Kaltura guides and university related channels such as Music Department and University Libraries. Access is restricted to CWU community members with an active CWU email address and password. CWU login is required for access.
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CWU MediaSpace is a public platform for media content authored and disseminated by Central Washington University. The media content is separated into categories such as Explore CWU, Events/Speakers and Live Stream Recordings. The categories have drop down lists, which include Highlighted Programs, Campus/Buildings, Commencement Ceremony, State of the University, Board of Trustees Meetings, Faculty Senate Meetings, Events/Performances, UPAC, ASCWU Public Meetings, and more. CWU login is not required for access.
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Enabling exploration of the political, social, and cultural history of native peoples from the sixteenth century well into the twentieth century. Content has been sourced from both American and Canadian institutions and has received direct-from-source permission to digitize newspapers from various tribes and organizations. This archive also features indigenous language materials, including dictionaries, religious texts, and primers. Indigenous Peoples of North America is available in two parts. Part I: This collection comprehensively covers the history of North American indigenous peoples and supporting organizations, enabling intelligent inquiry into the culture and heritage of more than seventy tribes within the United States and Canada. Part II: The Indian Rights Association, 1882-1986, provides a near complete record of the efforts of the first organization to address Native American interests and rights. This collection includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, organizational records, and printed material produced by the Indian Rights Association and other American Indian and Indian rights-related organizations.
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MIT Press Direct to Open Ebooks is a collective action model built to support open access publication of digital monographs from MIT Press.
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This archive contains articles from the following publications. Text Archives—The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA) (1992-Current), The News Tribune: Blogs (Tacoma, WA) (2006-Current), The News Tribune: Video (Tacoma, WA) (2019-Current) To Play Video, Copy and Paste URL in a Browser Window, The News Tribune: Video Transcripts (Tacoma, WA) (2019-Current), The News Tribune: Web Edition Articles (Tacoma, WA) (2009-Current); Historical Page Images-- Tacoma Daily News (1889-1918), News Tribune (1918-1991), The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA) (2018-Current) **Stellingwerf gift purchase
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The USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive is a fully streaming video collection of more than 55,000 primary source testimonies of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity. The largest archive of its kind, history is preserved as told by the people who lived it, with each testimony offering unique insight and knowledge rarely available in traditional content. The vast majority of the testimonies contain a complete personal history of life before, during, and after the interviewee’s firsthand experience with genocide. Note: Users are encouraged to establish a free account for use of any “My Projects/Bookmarked Projects/Shared Projects” features.
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