A-Z Databases

This portal provides access to all of Trinity's subscription article databases, e-journals, digital media, data, online encyclopedias, and more. For further help researching a particular topic, please see our general research and course-specific guides, or make an appointment with a librarian.

Access to subscribed e-resources is generally limited to current/emeriti faculty, current/retired staff, and current students. Please send questions to library.feedback@trincoll.edu.

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New / Trial Databases

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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New genealogy research tool that provides instant access to a wide range of unique resources for genealogical and historical research. With more than 1.5 billion names in over 4,000 databases, Ancestry Library Edition includes records from the United States Census; military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; passenger lists and more. These collections are continuously expanding, with new content added every business day.
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Experience and impact of African-Americans as recorded by the news media,1704 to today.
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Full text of the current Boston Globe from 1997-present
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Provides information on roughly 62,000 individuals whose lives, works and achievements are considered remarkable to this very day. Reaching back as far as Charlemagne, the DBE covers individuals from all walks of public life who contributed to the cultural heritage of the German-speaking areas.
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Comprehensive coverage of the Hispanic American experience from the early 18th century to the present day.

Sourced from more than 17,000 publications, including 700 Spanish-language newspapers and periodicals

An easy-to-use online resource—updated daily with new material—that illuminates centuries of Hispanic history, culture, and daily life
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IHP is a bibliographical database indexing articles published in periodicals, monographs and selected Israeli newspapers.

The database mainly includes references to articles in Hebrew alongside references to articles in Arabic and other languages.

Searches may be limited to article type and category. It is also possible to search in IHP's subject lists and to filter results by full text availability.
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Hebrew language interface for this trial subscription.
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Covers art, news, politics and other social topics with an African-American focus. It includes over 3,100 issues providing a broad view of culture, fashion and entertainment from its first issue in 1951 through 2014.
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Current content & archives of this major newspaper. Archives include1911-1982.
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Primary source exhibits for students and scholars of queer history and culture. The database uses “queer” in its broadest and most inclusive sense, to embrace topics that are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender and to include work on sexual and gender formations that are queer but not necessarily LGBT. Each of the document collections will include a critical introductory essay that helps explain the significance of the primary sources in historical terms and in relationship to previous scholarship.
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New interface for SciFinder with an updated interface and search algorithm. SFn is mobile-friendly, offers more filter options, and includes an “All Search” function similar to Google. NOTE: May work best with Chrome. See SciFinder for details on signing up.
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Examines efforts to foster gender equity through expanded economic and social participation of women on a global scale. Highlights and evaluates activism through individual efforts, organizational initiatives, and socio-cultural projects led by or for women in the Global South. It shows how women have negotiated power and status regarding private or public programs centered on their rights and social inclusion. Stressing the historical problem of the “feminization of poverty,” coupled with women’s invisibility within most foreign aid regimes and approaches to technical assistance, the project documents how women and their allies worked to balance economic growth and social improvement while navigating equity and the fairer allocation of resources. Accompanying essays by leading scholars in the field outline and critique significant shifts in approaches to development, including that of a gendered “post-development” perspective.
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