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Alternate Name(s): Bibliography of Native North Americans
The database covers all aspects of indigenous culture, history, and life in North America, with more than 350,000 citations for newspapers, magazines, books, journals, etc. dating all the way back to the 16th century,
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Bloomsbury Fashion Central is a dynamic digital hub for interdisciplinary research in fashion and dress. Content is peer reviewed by industry and academic experts and includes interconnected major reference works, exclusive articles, scholarly eBooks, case studies, biographies, lesson plans, bibliographic guides, textbooks, video content, runway and backstage photos from fashion shows, and tens of thousands of images from museums around the world to create a rich educational resource.
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Cambridge Companions are a series of authoritative guides, written by leading experts, offering lively, accessible introductions to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics, and periods. Approximately 800 e-books are included.
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Oxford Bibliographies offer in-depth research guides and overview articles within academic subjects. Topic areas in the criminology bibliography include corrections, courts and sentencing, crime prevention, criminal behavior, criminologists and criminological theories, environmental criminology, international criminology, organizational and white collar crime, policing, public response to crime, race, gender, ethnicity and crime, research methods, and victimology.
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Oxford Bibliographies offer in-depth research guides and overview articles within academic subjects. Topic areas in the Victorian literature bibliography include culture and society, genre, and themes and movements as well as research on individual authors.
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