The Libraries has added the JSTOR Arts & Science XII, XIII, & XIV Journal Archive Collections. With this additions we complete our holdings for JSTOR Arts & Sciences collections. The three new collections add significant content in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences, including expanded global content.
To see a title list for the three new collections, go to: http://about.jstor.org/journals
Ethnographic Video Online: Volume III contains a strong emphasis on indigenous issues and perspectives, with much content made by indigenous filmmakers. Launching with nearly 100 hours of content and footage from the Oceanic regions of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia, the collection will continue to expand with films from Australia, the Americas, Africa and Asia, encouraging a global perspective on the indigenous experience.
This spring we renewed our Project MUSE ebooks collection order, which will provide us with all titles released in 2015, including ebooks with earlier imprint dates that MUSE publishers are now releasing for the first time. The fact that we have a particular MUSE ebook on order will now appear in Gobi with the annotation “eCollection invoiced”. See the image below for an example:
This collection of files from the Foreign Office (later the Foreign and Commonwealth Office) and Dominions Office focuses on the political and social history of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1947-1980 consists of the complete run of documents in the series DO 133, DO 134 and FCO 37, as well as all documents covering the Indian subcontinent in the FO 371 series. Events covered include independence and partition, the Indian annexation of Hyderabad and Goa, war between India and Pakistan, tensions and war between India and China, the consolidation of power of the Congress Party in India, military rule in Pakistan, the turbulent independence of Bangladesh and the development of nuclear weapons in the region.