A-Z List

An alphabetical listing of the databases available through FIU Libraries

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Provides unparalleled access to unique sources covering American soldiers during the mobilization period in 1916, in the trenches in 1918 through the occupation of Germany.
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Collection of popular fiction titles, available as audiobooks.
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A table of contents index that provides citations for journals published in Spain. Includes journals with Latin American content. Searching does NOT include subject headings or descriptors. Some citations include links to full-text of the article.
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Food studies is a relatively new field of study, and its importance is felt in many major disciplines; This resource brings together rare and hard-to-find archival content with visual ephemera, text, and video; It has social, historical, economic, cultural, religious, and political implications that reach far beyond what is consumed at the dinner table.
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Boston, MA 1865–1874
Published by The New England Freedmen's Aid Society. The Freedmen's Record provides a unique look at issues faced by freed slaves entering American society.
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Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (MGG) is a general encyclopedia of music. MGG is encyclopedic in the true sense of that term: it offers in-depth articles on every aspect of music as well as many related areas such as literature, philosophy, and visual arts. MGG Online contains the second print edition of MGG, published from 1994 to 2008, as well as current, continuous online updates and additions.
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The National Negro Business League (NNBL) promoted African-American "commercial, agricultural, educational, and industrial advancement."
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The Remonstrance was the official publication of the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women. First published annually and later quarterly in Boston from February, 1890 until October, 1913, it provided a forum for women who opposed the expansion of voting rights to women.
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Focusing on South Asia, the Archive contains both serial and non-serial materials, including reports, rare books, and journal runs from noteworthy, rare publications. The documents in the Archive are truly interdisciplinary, reflecting the varied range of knowledge production in colonial and early post-colonial India.
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The Business and Management Collection is an extensive resource of over 950 video lectures and case studies by leading experts from commerce, industry and academia; NOTE - for off-campus access, please contact Business Librarian at hammills AT fiu.edu
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"...allows users to search through and view more than 53,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide. Initially a repository of Holocaust testimony, the Visual History Archive has expanded to include testimonies from the Armenian Genocide that coincided with World War I, the 1937 Nanjing Massacre in China, the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, and the Guatemalan Genocide of 1978-1996." NOTE: Registration is required upon initial login
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The New Citizen (1909-1912) -- Considered the first woman newspaper publisher in Washington State, Missouri Hanna was the founder and editor of The New Citizen, the successor to her earlier suffrage publication Votes for Women.

Western Woman Voter (1911-1913) -- Established to serve all women voters throughout the western U.S., Western Woman Voter began publication following the passage of suffrage in Washington State. Adella Parker, a popular Seattle lawyer and prominent suffragist, was the driving force behind both it and the suffrage movement. It also served as a print forum for Parker’s progressivist sympathies regarding political and social reform.
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