We're constantly working to expand our collections to meet your research and teaching needs. Here are the databases and other online collections acquired over the past 18 months. Please also check out the databases we are considering for purchase.
Collection of freely accessible chemical information managed by the U.S. National Institutes of Health
Platform for discovering African historical and cultural materials held by organizations around the world.
Health Poll Database
Health-related U.S. survey questions from the 1930s to the present.
Adam Matthew Primary Source Databases
America in World War Two
Digitized primary sources illustrating United States military and civilian involvement in WWII.
Central Asia, Persia & Afghanistan, 1834-1922
Digitized files from the British Foreign Office regarding Central Asia, Persia, and Afghanistan.
Digitized files from the British Colonial Office regarding the Caribbean.
Early Modern England
Digitized primary sources illustrating everyday life in 16th and 17th-century England.
Ethnomusicology: Global Field Recordings
Digitized field recordings and accompanying materials from around the world.
Food and Drink in History
Digitized primary sources documenting food and drink in global history.
Foreign Office Files for Southeast Asia, 1963-1980
Digitized files from the National Archives of the United Kingdom regarding Southeast Asia.
The Gilded Age and Progressive Era
Digitized primary sources documenting United States culture, industry, and politics during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Digitized periodicals published in the United States and Britain between the World Wars.
Life at Sea
Digitized primary sources documenting Anglo-American sea travel from 1600-1900.
Mass Observation Project
Digitized archive of the Mass Observation Project, a public opinion survey program conducted by the University of Sussex, dating from 1981-2009.
Nineteenth Century Literary Society: The John Murray Publishing Archive
Digitized primary source materials from the John Murray publishing company, a major British publishing house.
Poverty, Philanthropy & Social Conditions in Victorian Britain
Digitized primary sources documenting poverty and efforts to alleviate it in 19th-century Britain.
Sex & Sexuality
Digitized primary sources, including materials from the Kinsey Institute, documenting attitudes toward sexuality, gender, and sexual behavior in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia from the 19th-21st centuries.
Shakespeare's Globe Archive
Digitized production and architectural archives of the reconstructed Shakespeare’s Globe theater in London.
Victorians on Film
Digitized films produced during the Victorian era primarily in Great Britain.
Searches across all of Rutgers' primary source collections from Adam Matthew.
Aristoteles Latinus Database (ALD)
Electronic version of the ongoing Aristoteles Latinus series, plus additional Latin translations used in the Middle Ages for the study of Aristotle.
Patent Public Search
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)'s public search tool for patent and patent application information.
Courier Post (ProQuest Historical Newspapers)
Digitized collection of every issue of the Courier Post published from 1950 to present. The Courier Post covers Camden and South Jersey.
Interaction of Color Complete Digital Edition
Interactive website that expands upon Josef Albers's classic art education work.
Global biomedical and pharmacological research database.
Newspaper Source Plus
Newspapers from around the world, plus hundreds of newswires, news magazines, and television and radio transcripts.
National Theatre Collection
Videos of live productions by the U.K.’s National Theatre, accompanied by archival materials.
Sources Chrétiennes Online
Electronic version of the ongoing Sources Chrétiennes series, which consists of critical editions of texts from the first 1400 years of the Christian Church.
State Papers Online, Part III: The Stuarts: James I to Anne, 1603-1714: State Papers Domestic
Digitized domestic State Papers of the government of Great Britain dating from 1603-1714.
Electronic version of the ongoing Patrologia Orientalis series, which aims to eventually include all the works of the Church Fathers of the Christian East.