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Explores the history of British intelligence with access to previously classified documents
The digitization program makes out-of-print works by George L. Hersey, Richard Freedman, Mark Jarzombek, Moshe Safdie, Peter Rowe, Galen Cranz, Arthur Pulos, Gilbert Hubert, and others available as ebooks for the first time.
The Louvre museum in Paris said Friday it has put nearly half a million items from its collection online for the public to visit free of charge.
This two-year agreement will enable librarians at APUC’s UK member institutions to opt in to access hundreds of hours of high-quality teaching and learning content on the SAGE Campus and SAGE Video platforms, with similar deals also available for non-member institutions.
The new collection will join existing play texts from Methuen Drama, The Arden Shakespeare, Oberon Books, Faber and Faber, Nick Hern Books, Playwrights Canada Press, and Aurora Metro Books, further diversifying the writers and work the platform offers to meet the needs of drama students, teachers and practitioners around the world.
Bloomsbury announces the launch of the Auteur Film Studies collection on Screen Studies which brings together 91 e-books on popular and cult films from this highly regarded Liverpool University Press imprint.
Libraries that held active subscriptions to these journals on their previous platforms should have previously received information from the publisher and/or JSTOR about the title’s migration to MUSE.
JSTOR is partnering with the American Psychological Association (APA) to offer academic monographs through JSTOR’s ebook program
Launching with 252 titles, the collection will contain 500 titles by the Summer 2021.

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