Borealia: Early Canadian History
Keith Grant, Denis McKim, and Laura J. Smith, editors | Jul 13, 2021The resource provides an energetic, professional, and respectful space for conversation about research and teaching in early Canadian history.
Ask an Archeologist
Archaeological Research Facility, University of California Berkeley; the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology; University of California Berkeley | Jun 24, 2021The resourceis a series of live-streamed interviews co-hosted by the Archaeological Research Facility and the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
The Mexican Museum
The Mexican Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution | Jun 23, 2021The resource voices the complexity and richness of Mexican, Chicano, Hispanic, Mexican-American, and Latino experiences throughout the Americas.
The Land Divided, The World United: Building the Panama Canal
Linda Hall Library | Jun 23, 2021The resource offers a brief history of the building of the Canal as seen through the eyes of A.B. Nichols,...
Benjamin Thomas White, Editor; Becky Taylor, Co-Editor; Hari Reed, Research and Co-Editor; Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge, Founding Co-Editor | Jun 22, 2021The resource is a site and interactive network for journalists, policy-makers, lawyers, NGOs, students, activists, academics, writers, artists, and anyone...
SMU Libraries Digital Collections
Southern Methodist University Libraries | Jun 21, 2021The resource is home to 98 collections of digital photographs, recordings, paintings, letters, postcards, documents, films, newspapers, yearbooks, oral histories, and...
Elizabeth Blackwell’s Legacy
National Library of Medicine | Jun 17, 2021The resource allows students to explore diverse careers and accomplishments of more than three hundred American women physicians.
Karen Bourrier, Boston University, Project Director; Christopher Keep, Project Advisor, Western University | Jun 10, 2021The resource is an interdisciplinary collection of primary texts and images about physical and cognitive disability in the long nineteenth century.
Latin American Travelogues
James N. Green, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes, and Patricia Figueroa | Jun 8, 2021The resource is a digital collection of Latin American travel accounts written in the 16th through 19th centuries.