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The Bloom’s Literary Criticism eBook Collection includes more than 600 titles from a variety of series including Major Dramatists, Modern Critical Views, Literary Themes, and Shakespeare Through the Ages. The collection covers a broad selection of literary works, their authors, and genres. Each title in the collection was edited by Harold Bloom, a known American literary critic and Humanities Professor at Yale University.
The Credo Reference collection includes millions of entries from subject encyclopedias, handbooks, guides, and more reference resources that cover more than 80 major subject disciplines and 6 million research concepts. In addition to full-text content, there are also thousands of videos and animations, as well as hundreds of thousands of visual aids, images, photographs and maps. Credo says the goal of the collection is to promote knowledge building, problem solving, and critical thinking to give people the information skills necessary for success throughout their academic, professional and personal lives.
Though less well known than his other diaries and until now never published in full, the complete and unabridged diaries of Victor Klemperer provide significant insights into the divided post-war Germany and early East Germany, as well as Klemperer’s engagement with Communism and Zionism. His careful observations and analyses from the Weimar Republic, the National Socialist era, and the German Democratic Republic illuminate what it meant to live under these three regimes. The database covers the entire four-decade period (from 1918 to 1959) in which Klemperer kept his diaries.
LinkedIn Learning is now available to all currently enrolled students as well as current UT Dallas faculty and staff. This service is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. With over 12,000 courses and an average of 60 courses added per month there is something for everyone.
The British Online Archives' collection, Prosecuting the Holocaust: British investigations into Nazi war crimes, 1944-1949, provides insight into the Nazi state activities during World War II. It contains hundreds of thousands of pages of documents and photos and provides access to primary sources related to this time. The collection includes records relating to war crimes, policies and procedures, correspondence, and more.