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Modern Greek Languages & Literature
a guide to resources on Modern Greek literature and language, from the Byzantine era to present.
Here is a selection of databases that contain articles from journals, magazines and newspapers related to Modern Greek literature and language. When logging in from off campus you will need to enter your CUNY Empl information
Publisher: Gale-Cengage Description: Gale offers a variety of resources for education, lifelong learning, and academic research. Whether you are looking for peer-reviewed articles; full-text magazines, newspapers, and eBooks; primary source documents; and videos or podcasts, Gale puts the right vetted content and tools at your fingertips! Format: Biographies, Dictionaries & Encyclopedias, E-Books - Full-text
Note: Publisher/Provider Name Change. Formerly Primary Sources Publisher: Gale-Cengage DescrIption: Gale Primary Sources brings the thoughts, words, and actions of past centuries into the present for a comprehensive research experience. With authoritative content and powerful search technologies, this platform has been thoughtfully designed to help students and researchers examine literary, political, and social culture of the last 500 years and develop a more meaningful understanding of how history continues to impact the world today. Format: E-Books, Newspapers, Primary Sources - Full-text
Interdisciplinary and comprehensive coverage of the ethnic, minority and native press in America, with some international coverage; includes the largest full-text archive of Native American publications. Dates: 1959 - present Types: Newspapers, Magazines - Full-text
Description: JSTOR is a multi-disciplinary collection of scholarly journals and e-books that include primary sources, images, and more. JSTOR has expanded access to some of its resources until June 30th 2022. These include:
1. Full archive expanded access program (all Arts & Science Collections, Thematic Collections, Primary Source Collections).
2. Freely accessible Public Health journals
3. Freely accessible coronavirus related books and journal articles
4. Free online reading expanded to 100 articles/month
5. ArtStor Core Collection
The following collections are freely accessible through June 30, 2022: Global Plants: nearly three million high-resolution type specimens and related materials in this growing database showcases hand-selected materials and reference works from contributors around the world. Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa: more than 27,000 objects and 190,000 pages of documents and images in 76 sub-collections, chronicling the liberation of Southern Africa and the dismantling of the Apartheid regime. World Heritage Sites: Africa: more 86,000 visual, contextual, and spatial objects in 30 sub-collections, providing documentation of African heritage sites. 19th Century British Pamphlets: nearly 26,000 pamphlets covering the key political, social, technological, and environmental issues of the 19th century.
For more information, please visit here.Note: Some journal coverage may not include the last 1-5 years. Format: E-Books, Journals, Primary Sources - Full-text
Digital collection of more than 520 volumes of Greek and Latin texts alongside English translations. Users can browse or search with single & dual language reading modes, as well as bookmark and annotate content; from Harvard University Press. Types: E-Books - Full-text
Index of scholarly literary criticism and other scholarship in the fields of language and literature from all over the world. Dates: 1926 - present Types: E-Books, Journals - Citations, full-text with Find it!
In light of the current health crisis, many publishers have made their content (books and journals) available for free temporarily. Additional access is available until June 30th.
Collection of scholarly journals and e-books, primarily in the humanities and social sciences; from John Hopkins University Press. Dates: 1995-present Sources: Books, Journals - Full-text with Find it!