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Royal Anthropological Institute Archive, digitized and online

The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland is the world’s longest-established scholarly association dedicated to anthropological research. The RAI Archive has been digitized and is now available to Penn readers through the Wiley Digital Archives platform. With 163,720 digitized manuscript documents, photographs, and maps dating from the 1780s (a 1785 letter from Benjamin … Continue reading

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Two online IGOs : WTO iLibrary & ITU iLibrary

The Penn Libraries have started subscriptions to online collections from the World Trade Organization and the International Telecommunications Union. The WTO iLibrary offers more than 900 ebooks, reports, and working papers published by the World Trade Organization, 1996 to the present, on trade issues, including dispute settlement and regional trade agreements, technical barriers to trade, … Continue reading

<a href="http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/125862">Digital Archives of the New York Academy of Sciences</a>
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Digital Archives of the New York Academy of Sciences

The New York Academy of Sciences collection contains a vast range of original sources that has shaped two centuries of scientific progress.  Including both the institutional records–bylaws, minutes, correspondence, administrative files, etc.–of the NYAS and the records of associated projects and scholars, this material reveals how a world class scientific society supported and shaped several disciplines, … Continue reading

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Sites Unseen, new ebook on Philadelphia toxic sites

Today’s Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Could a toxic site be on your Philly block?”, reports on a new book, Sites Unseen : uncovering hidden hazards in American cities / Scott Frickel and James R Elliott (Russell Sage Foundation, 2018). Sites Unseen, available to Penn readers as a JSTOR ebook and in print (although you may need … Continue reading

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Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, and Toronto university press ebooks

The Penn Libraries have joined an ebooks pilot program bringing the 2018 frontlist titles from Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, and Cornell University Presses, and the University of Toronto Press to Penn readers. This pilot program, hosted by De Gruyter, ebook publisher for the five university presses, is projected to contain 830 titles when completed. These titles … Continue reading

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Records of the Children’s Bureau, 1912-1969, online from ProQuest History Vault

Records of the Children’s Bureau, 1912-1969, the administrative files of the U.S. Children’s Bureau are an important collection of primary material for the study of the family and the health and wellbeing of children in the twentieth century, now available to Penn readers on ProQuest’s History Vault platform. Materials in this online collection, from the … Continue reading

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Historic CRS reports and Congressional Committee Prints now in ProQuest Congressional

During Summer 2018, the Penn Libraries added the Congressional Research Digital Collection : Collection A to our ProQuest Congressional fulltext collection. The new content added to ProQuest Congressional includes two documents collections: • Congressional Research Service reports, 1916-2003. CRS, the reference service for the US Congress, provides impartial and accurate summaries of contemporary policy topics. … Continue reading