This growing open-access collection of primary source documents focuses on how ordinary citizens in smaller communities lived through, talked about, and participated in the various civil rights movements of the 1950s and 1960s, as revealed in correspondence, newsletters, interviews, photographs, and audio and video recordings.
This interdisciplinary digital resource with a global perspective supports academic teaching and study of the Medieval world. The cross-searchable platform includes primary and secondary material in both the Bloomsbury Medieval Studies Core Collection and the Medieval Clothing and Textiles Collection. Over 200 ebooks are included, in addition to The Encyclopedia of the Global Middle Ages.
This online resource brings together three interconnected reference works to present a new consideration of the writings of William Shakespeare, edited from first principles from the base texts themselves and drawing on the latest textual and theatrical scholarship: the Modern Critical Edition, which features modern spelling and punctuation along with helpful supplementary materials; the two-volume Critical Reference Edition, which preserves the original spelling, punctuation, ambiguities, and inconsistencies for the advanced scholar; and the Authorship Companion, a collection of cross-referenced essays on issues of attribution and collaboration.