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I'm Grant Young, the Academic Librarian for Arts and Humanities. Please contact me if you need advice / help with using Library resources to support your study, teaching or research or if you would like to recommend a book / journal for our collections. 

Key resources for History Key resources for History

American History in Video
News and documentary films relevant to the history of America

Bibliography of British and Irish History
Explore details of journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, book reviews and check Library catalogue for UEA holdings

English Historical Documents Online
Authoritative collection of primary source documents on British History 500-1914

JSTOR Arts and Sciences
Journal articles and book reviews

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Important source of biographies of deceased individuals who have been significant in British history and politics

Other useful resources for History Other useful resources for History

Academic Search Complete
Journal articles, book chapters and book reviews

BFI InView
British history through film

Box of Broadcasts
TV and radio programmes including news, films and documentaries

British History Online
Primary and secondary documents of medieval and modern history

Burney Collection
17th and 18th century newspapers

Chatham House Archive 1980-2008
Publications, archival documents and speeches from the Royal Institute of International Affairs on a range of topics, including international politics, ideology and diplomacy, international security, war and conflict, and communication and media

Churchill Archive
Primary source documents 1874-1965 including personal correspondence

Cite them right
Guide to referencing different information sources

Credo Reference
Authoritative general reference ebooks

Ebook Central
Ebook collection

Empire Online
Manuscript, printed and visual primary source materials for the study of 'Empire' and its theories, practices and consequences. The materials span across the last five centuries and are accompanied by a host of secondary learning resources including scholarly essays, maps and an interactive chronology.

Encyclopedia of American Studies
Excellent general reference ebook

Guardian / Observer Archive
Search the full-text of these newspapers including photos and images from 1791-2003

JISC Historical Texts
Facsimiles of early printed books 1473-1899. Includes ECCO and EEBO

Krasnyi Arkhiv Digital Archive
The complete set of Krasnyi Arkhiv contains more than 900 unique archival documents on the history of Russia in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Listener Historical Archive
Produced by the BBC from 1929-1991. Includes literary works by major authors, reviews and discussion across a wide range of subjects

Migration to New Worlds
This multi-archive collection of primary sources provides a wide-ranging and in depth look at the emigration of peoples from Great Britain, mainland Europe and Asia during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

New York Times Archive
Search the full-text of this newspaper including images and photos from 1851-2003. For more recent articles, and other newspapers, see: Nexis

UK, regional and international newspapers

Oxford Handbooks Online

Parliamentary rolls of medieval England
Official records of the English parliament from the reign of Edward I (1272-1307) until the reign of Henry VII (1485-1509)

Project Muse (arts and humanities)
Journal article database

Proquest UK Parliamentary Papers
Official government publications from the House of Commons and House of Lords. Includes Hansard.

Routledge Handbooks Online

Slavery and anti-slavery in America
Over 600 primary source documents published 17th-19th Century

State Papers Online
Primary source documents for Stuart and Tudor Britain

Times Digital Archive
Newspaper database 1785-2011 and Rolling

Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive
Book reviews 1902-2008

Witchcraft in Europe and America
Primary source documents on witchcraft 15th century to early 20th century


Arts and Humanities Arts and Humanities

Grant Young

Academic Librarian

Grant Young
Email: grant.young@uea.ac.uk
Tel. 01603 592426

Location: Library 1.17
Office hours: Mon-Fri 9.00-17.00

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