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Literature7 databasesSocial Science53 databasesProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghNews, Newspapers & Periodicals58 databasesThe Arts14 databasesIntroductionThe Arts.3HistoryHistory.8183 databasesLiterature.53News, Newspapers & Periodicals.55Social Science.74ProQuest Historical Primary Sources SupportResearch, Teaching and Learning.Faculty and students are using a variety of resources inresearch, teaching and learning – including primary sources,books, dissertations and more. Faculty overwhelmingly seevalue in students using a wide variety of resource types in theirstudies, such as government documents, archival collections,periodicals, newspapers, data, books, video and more, andnot only say it aids in understanding of a subject, but itcontributes to better quality assignments and grades. Butmost importantly, they believe primary sources help studentsdevelop critical thinking and other key skills.ProQuest Primary Sources available for:ProQuest’s Primary Source Collections are second-to-none,not only in sheer size, but also in years of coverage, subjectsand resource types. Resources in the collections exceed 230million pages of material and include some of the largestperiodical, newspaper and government documents collectionsavailable.Explore all that these collections have to offer in the followingpages. Convenient links are available on this Introduction pageand at each new section page, allowing you to easily move tosections of interest by using the embedded links. Additionalproduct detail is available by clicking on the icons next to eachproduct within a n2

ProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghThe Arts: Design, Film & Media StudiesDesignArt and Architecture ArchiveThe ArtsThe grid below gives a quick overview of this subject area. On the following pages you can find out more about eachdatabase and, where possible, click through to a detail page online.Click on the subject groups below to jump to that section in the document. Clicking on the home icon in the header barwill take you back to the contents page and the back icon will bring you back to this subject overview page.DesignArt & Architecture ArchiveArt and Architecture Archive 2Film & Media StudiesFilm Scripts Online Series: American Film Scripts Online, Volume IThis rich, deep collection spans the arts and the historyof architecture, from fine and applied arts to interior andindustrial design, landscape gardening, and restoration.With backfile coverage from first issues to 2005, this isan essential resource for vocational study and scholarlyresearch.Art and Architecture Archive’s array of titles includesstandard-bearers like Architectural Review, BritishJournal of Photography, Graphis, Print, and many otherspreviously unavailable digitally. Users can search coveto-cover the full text, browse and retrieve articles andadvertisements, and view illustrations, photographsand technical plans in detail and in context, to gain newinsights and inspiration.Film Scripts Online Series: Film Scripts Online, Volume IIMusic & DanceDance Online: Dance Studies CollectionArt and Architecture Archive 2Music Online: Classical Scores Library: Volume IMusic Online: Classical Scores Library: Volume IIMusic Online: Classical Scores Library: Volume IIIMusic Online: Classical Scores Library: Volume IVMusic Online: Reference: Music Periodicals in the 19th CenturyTheatre & DramaAudio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works CollectionPerformance Design Archive OnlineArt & Architecture will bring a further 21 key tradeand consumer magazine archives into this program,spanning a wide variety of sub-disciplines in the arts andarchitecture/design. Coverage of these publications isby default from issue 1 through to 2015 and issues aredigitized in full color.National Theatre CollectionTheatre in ContextFilm & Media StudiesFilm Scripts Online Series: American FilmScripts Online, Volume IThe Film Scripts Online Series makes available, forthe first time, accurate and authorized versions ofcopyrighted screenplays. Now film scholars cancompare the writer’s vision with the producer’s anddirector’s interpretations from page to screen. The FilmScripts Online Series contains 1,500 film scripts—anexploration of culture and cinema through the decades.3The ArtsThis highly structured archive offers a bibliographic andbiographical database of directors and writers, alongwith the full text of the movies themselves. From theearliest silent films through to the present, the culturalattitudes and lifestyles are reflected in the medium.Students, instructors, and researchers use the FilmScripts Online Series for studying popular culture, film,diversity and gender issues, language and linguistics,writing, American history, anthropology, sociology,psychology, and other disciplines. American Film ScriptsOnline: Volume I contains more than 1,000 scripts ofAmerican cinema’s greatest classic films. This collectioncontains detailed, fielded information on the scenes,characters and people related to the scripts. In addition,the database includes facsimilie images for more than500 of these screenplays. Most of the scripts havenever been published before, and nowhere else are theyavailable online.Film Scripts Online Series: Film ScriptsOnline, Volume IIVolume II expands beyond classic and feature films with500 new screenplays from StudioCanal, Ealing Studios,Newmarket Press, Warner Brothers, and others. Filmorigins go beyond American classic cinema to includemore international and contemporary films. Users will findscreenplays from well-known filmmakers, such as JohnSchlesinger’s Billy Liar, Bill Forsyth’s Comfort and Joy,Sam Peckinpah’s Cross of Iron, Michael Cimino’s The DeerHunter, David Lynch’s The Elephant Man, Carol Reed’sThe Third Man, David Lean’s Hobson’s Choice, RichardFleischer’s The Jazz Singer, Alexander Mackendrick’s TheLadykillers, Nicholas Roeg’s The Man Who Fell to Earth,Robert Hamer’s Kind Hearts and Coronets, Mike Figgis’sLeaving Las Vegas, Sidney Lumet’s Murder on the OrientExpress, Bruce Beresford’s Tender Mercies, and CharlesCrichton’s The Lavender Hill Mob.In addition, Film Scripts Online: Volume II featuresthe British Film Institute’s Film Classics monographs.This series of critical works provides deep analysisof the most well-known classics in cinematic history.The Arts4

ProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghThe Arts: Film & Media Studies, Music & DanceEach volume offers an opportunity to learn about theproduction and reception history of the films, whythey are considered ”classics,” and an inside look intothe author’s personal response to the final film. Titlesinclude critical assessments of Citizen Kane, Vertigo,Throne of Blood, Dr. Strangelove, Solaris, 8 ½, BringingUp Baby, and many others.Music & DanceDance Online: DanceStudies CollectionDance Online: Dance Studies Collection presents thehistorical context of 20th and 21st century dance through125,000 pages of exclusive photographs, correspondence,magazines, dance notation, and reference material thatdissolve the distance between archive and scholar anddraw dance students into the library.The collection includes 125,000 pages of curated primaryand secondary full-text materials to support informedperformance, pedagogy, and scholarship in dance.Music Online: Classical ScoresLibrary: Volume IThe first volume of Music Online: Classical ScoresLibrary includes more than 400,000 pages of the mostimportant classical music scores and manuscripts everwritten. Students, faculty, and scholars will find countlessworks from classical music’s most studied composers,including Bach, Schubert, Mozart, Handel, Beethoven,Liszt, Brahms, Chopin, plus thousands more.Additional material in Volume I includes 100 scores fromthe Barry S. Brook Center’s collection of French Operain the 17th and 18th centuries, providing access to themusic and libretti of the early operas during an importantperiod in the development of the genre.5The ArtsMusic Online: Classical ScoresLibrary: Volume IIMusic Online: Classical Scores Library, Volume IIprovides online access to 200,000 pages of scores. Inaddition to new works from contemporary composers,Volume II includes a range of important composers notrepresented in the first volume and alternative editions ofmany of music’s most studied compositions.Featured composers include Claude Debussy, GabrielFauré, Maurice Ravel, Andrew Schultz, Moya Henderson,Nicholas Vines, Giovanni Sammartini, Michael Haydn,and many others. This volume also includesTheSymphony 1720-1840-- the largest source of 18th centurysymphonies comprising 550 symphonic works.Music Online: Classical ScoresLibrary: Volume IIIThe third volume of Alexander Street’s Music Online:Classical Scores Library brings together 400,000 pagesof in-copyright editions from composers worldwide. Thecollection provides editions from major publishers likeChester Music, Novello & Company, Faber Music, WilhelmHansen, Donemus, and others. It provides expandedcoverage of great choral works and instrumental scoresfor brass, woodwind, and other instrument groups.Volume III features modern editions of works by Bach,Beethoven, Berlioz, Brahms, Byrd, Gibbons, Handel, Haydn,Mendelssohn, Monteverdi, Mozart, and Purcell, as well asclassic works by Elgar, De Falla, Franck, Holst, Joubert,Maxwell-Davies, Musgrave, Saariaho, Sallinen, Stravinsky,Tchaikovsky, and many more.Music Online: Classical ScoresLibrary: Volume IVThe Arts: Music & Dance, Theatre & Dramascores newly digitized for the academic market, orlicensed directly from the composers themselves, musicscholars and faculty will find Music Online: ClassicalScores Library: Volume IV to be a reliable source forauthoritative scores of the classical canon, as well as aresource for the discovery and dissemination of lesserknown contemporary works.Music Online: Reference: MusicPeriodicals in the 19th CenturyMusic Online: Music Periodicals of the 19th Century isa collection of full-text periodicals depicting Americanmusical life from 1838 to the early 1900s throughlocal and international news, reviews, editorials, sheetmusic, and advertisements. 200,000 pages of materialare available for research on the Alexander Streetmultimedia platform -- the only resource that allowsusers to cross-search the full text of all articles withvideos, audio recordings, photographs, scores, andreference texts.Contents include: Advertisements for instruments and instructors Articles on music composition and performance Profiles of American and Europoean maestrosand musicians Scores for singers and instrumentalistsThis interdisciplinary resource offers a uniqueperspective of history and music that enables betterresearch in musicology, American studies, musiceducation, and sacred music. Students and scholars willaccess information on a variety of themes and historicevents across publications that are not available on anyother digital platform.Theatre & DramaAudio Drama: The L.A. TheatreWorks CollectionAudio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works Collection delivers,for the first time online, hundreds of important dramaticworks in streaming audio from the curated archive ofthe nation’s premiere radio theatre company. The plays—which include some of the most significant dramaticliterature of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries—areperformed by leading actors from around the world andrecorded specifically for online listening.Performance DesignArchive OnlineTheatre students and researchers can now trulysee “behind the scenes” of the world’s greatest dramaticperformances. Performance Design Archive Online is thefirst comprehensive, international collection that coversall aspects of theater production design, from the 17thcentury through to the present day, including, scenicand set design, lighting design, sound design, costumedesign, makeup, and more. Performance Design ArchiveOnline features 100,000 pages of primary and secondaryresources, including sketches, photographs, technicaldrawings, monographs, articles, and dissertations.Primary resources include never-before-publisheddesigns and other crucial research material for divingdeep into the history. Secondary material, with titlessuch as Making Stage Props and Starting Your Careeras a Theatrical Designer, offer practical support forthe business of creating designs in professionalapplications. The pairing of primary and secondarymaterial allows for students at all levels to find contentto suit their needs.This comprehensive collection of scores placesparticular focus on canonical contemporary composersfrom the 20th and 21st centuries, and will provide300,000 pages of scores upon completion. With manyThe Arts6

ProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghThe Arts: Theatre & DramaNational Theatre CollectionExperience world-class productions and archivalmaterials from the UK’s National Theatre through thisexciting collection, transforming the landscape oftheatre and performance studies around the globe.Drawing on 10 years of National Theatre Live broadcastsas well as recordings never previously seen outsideof the National Theatre’s archive, the video contentincludes 19 video performances in the initial release andwill expand in 2020 to 30 video performances. As asupplement to the filmed productions, exclusive digitizedarchival materials such as photographs, scripts,costume designs, and more will be available to providebehind-the-scenes background and contextualinformation.Theatre in ContextHistoryThe grid below gives a quick overview of this subject area. On the following pages you can find out more about eachdatabase and, where possible, click through to a detail page online.Click on the subject groups below to jump to that section in the document. Clicking on the home icon in the header barwill take you back to the contents page and the back icon will bring you back to this subject overview page.Black HistoryBlack Freedom& Civil RightsStruggleExperience the history of the theatre through 40,000pages of monumental reference works, encyclopedias,images, flyers, playbills, postcards, scrapbooks, andother resources that offer a glimpse into the productionsof the past.BlackFreedomHistory Vault: Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Federal Government RecordsHistory Vault: Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century:Federal Government Records, SupplementHistory Vault: Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Organizational Recordsand Personal Papers, Part 1History Vault: Black Freedom Struggle in the 20th Century: Organizational Recordsand Personal Papers, Part 2Civil RightsHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: Board of Directors, Annual Conferences, Major Speeches,and National Staff FilesHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: Branch Department, Branch Files and Youth Department FilesHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: Special SubjectsHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns: Education, Voting,Housing, Employment, Armed ForcesHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns: Legal Department FilesHistory Vault: NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns: Scottsboro, Anti-Lynching,Criminal Justice, Peonage, Labor, and Segregation and Discrimination Complaints and ResponsesBlack HistoricalNewspapersHistorical Newspapers: Atlanta Daily WorldHistorical Newspapers: Chicago DefenderHistorical Newspapers: Cleveland Call & PostHistorical Newspapers: Los Angeles SentinelHistorical Newspapers: New York Amsterdam NewsHistorical Newspapers: Pittsburgh CourierHistorical Newspapers: The Baltimore Afro-AmericanHistorical Newspapers: The Norfolk Journal & GuideHistorical Newspapers: The Philadelphia Tribune7The ArtsHistory8

ProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghProQuest Primary Sources at the University of EdinburghHistoryBlack HistoryHistoryBlack StudiesAfrican American Biographical DatabaseGlobal StudiesRevolution and Protest OnlineAfrican Diaspora, 1860-presentSecurity Issues OnlineBlack Abolitionist PapersIndigenous History& PeoplesHistory Vault: American Indians and American WestBlack Studies CenterBlack Studies Center Dissertations ModuleBlack Thought and CultureSlaveryCultural HistoryEarly ModernHistoryGlobal StudiesHistory Vault: Slavery and the LawIndian Claims InsightNorth American Indian Thought and CultureMilitary & DiplomaticHistoryDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): Japan and the US: Diplomatic Security and Economic Relations, Part I 1960-1976Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Japan and the US, Diplomatic, Security, and Economic Relations, Part IIHistory Vault: Slavery in Antebellum Southern IndustriesDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): Japan and the US, Diplomatic, Security, and Economic Relations, Part IIIHistory Vault: Southern Life and African American History, Plantations Records Part 1Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Kissinger Transcripts: A Verbatim Record of U.S. DiplomacyHistory Vault: Southern Life and African American History, Plantations Records Part 2Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): United States and The Two Koreas, 1969-2000History Vault: African American Police League Records, 1961-1988Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): United States and Two Koreas, Part IIEntertainment Industry Magazine Archive 1 (Music, Radio and The Stage)Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Afghanistan The Making of U.S. Policy 1973-1990Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive 2 (Film & Television)Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): China and the US,: From Hostility to Engagement, 1960-1998Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive 3 (Film & Television)Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): The Philippines: U.S. Policy During the Marcos YearsUnderground and Independent Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels: Volume IDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): U.S. Policy in the Vietnam War,Part IUnderground and Independent Comics, Comix, and Graphic Novels: Volume IIDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): U.S. Policy in the Vietnam War, Part IIYouth and Popular Culture Magazine ArchiveDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): US Intelligence and China: Collection, Analysis and Covert ActionEarly English Books OnlineDigital National Security Archive (DNSA): CIA Covert Operations, Part 1Early English Books Online Text Creation Project Collection 1Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): CIA Covert Operations: The Year of Intelligence, 1975Early English Books Online Text Creation Project Collection 2Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): CIA Covert Operations, Part III: From Kennedy to Nixon, 1961-1974Early European Books Collection 1Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Electronic Surveillance: From the Cold War to the War on TerrorEarly European Books Collection 2Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Kissinger Telephone ConversationsEarly European Books Collection 3Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): National Security Agency: Operations and Organization, 1945-2009Early European Books Collection 4Digital National Security Archive (DNSA): Presidential Directives on National Security, Part IEarly European Book

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