07 June 2022

The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has launched its latest exhibition, Let None Be Excluded, as a hybrid gallery and digital experience that explores the struggle for educational rights in Salem, Massachusetts, which led to equal education advocacy and reform across America.

27 April 2022

The Congregational Library & Archives (CLA), based in Boston, MA, has launched its digital archive with 170 collections documenting the history of over 90 communities in colonial and early-American New England.

27 April 2022

Comprising government papers drawn from The National Archives, UK, the second module of Foreign Office Files for Southeast Asia, titled Foundations of Economic Growth and Industrialisation 1967-1980, charts a period of immense change and development across the region.

01 April 2022

Mass Observation Project: 1980-2009 explores the history of Britain through three turbulent decades. Just published, the final module captures the experiences, thoughts, and opinions of everyday people in the Noughties.

21 March 2022

The first module, available now, showcases material that reflected the social, artistic, and cultural dynamism that characterised the Roaring Twenties.


11 February 2022

Following the success of a similar initiative launched during the onset of lockdown in Spring 2020, Adam Matthew has extended free online access to digital collections drawn from the Church Missionary Society (CMS) Archive, awarding 12, one-year subscriptions to the Cadbury Research Library.

17 November 2021

Adam Matthew is excited to announce the launch of its new online resource, Research Methods Primary Sources, helping students to understand and interact confidently with primary source material, both digitally and in archives.

19 October 2021

Drawn from the vast archives of the British Colonial Office, the material represents the definitive collection of digital primary sources available for the study of life in the Caribbean under British colonial rule.

28 September 2021

Texas Wesleyan University’s Eunice and James L. West Library is celebrating the launch of, its new digital collections site in Quartex, marking the achievement of an ambition to unite the University’s institutional repository and digital archives into one public-access website.

08 June 2021

Adam Matthew Digital is pleased to share the news that Maureen Russell, with whom we worked closely to publish Ethnomusicology: Global Field Recordings, has been named 2021 Librarian of the Year by Librarians Association of the University of California-Los Angeles.

25 May 2021

Harris County Archives has launched its first dedicated collections site on Quartex, an Adam Matthew Digital platform, bringing together assets from multiple sources to showcase chapters in the County’s history. 

07 May 2021

Quartex, an Adam Matthew Digital SaaS platform, is delighted to announce the launch of Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) Transcription, which creates automated, fully searchable transcriptions of manuscript assets with a single click.

08 April 2021

The Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) and Adam Matthew Digital are pleased to announce a successful partnership that has resulted in ASERL libraries gaining perpetual access to all Adam Matthew Digital content published through 2016. 

06 April 2021

We are delighted to announce that, as well as being this year’s UKSG virtual conference Gold Sponsors, we are also supporting two participants in the UKSG bursary programme. 

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