A perfect tool for performing retrospective searches and analysing a topic's evolution over time. It contains hundreds of digitized articles from 1800 to three years ago. The content, mostly in English, focuses on social sciences, and arts and humanities, with a broad range of topics with an international reach: history, economics, language and literature, music, Asian studies, cinema or performing arts. It also includes a number of e-books, open-access content and images such as photographs from the Magnum Agency and works from the Louvre Museum. You can read the content online or download it in PDF or TIFF format.
- Study area
- Subject: Arts and humanities, Law and Political Science, Economy and Business
- What can you find?
- Subject: Images, E-books, Electronic journals
- Bear in mind
The Library provides access to a selection of contents from this platform. For example half a million articles published before 1923 in the United States.
Find photographs, works of art, maps and architectural plans, and include them in your work, citing the source.
The Text Analyzer tool will help you retrieve related content from a text.
- Who can access this?
Student, Research staff, Teaching staff, Affiliated teaching staff, Administrative staff