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09 March 2017

RARE FILM FOOTAGE DIGITISED FROM THE BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE NATIONAL ARCHIVEView the world through a communist lens – rare film footage from the twentieth century forms a new unrivalled collection enabling comparative global research: Socialism on Film: The Cold War and International Propaganda.Unique in nature and scope, this Adam Matthew collection provides access to previously unseen footage captured by film ...

09 February 2017

Discover the work of the Race Relations Department based at Fisk University, a highly influential think tank which emerged as a centre of scholarly investigation and public conversation on civil rights in the twentieth century.The extensive records of the Department, housed at the Amistad Research Center, are available now in Race Relations in America, a new online collection from ...

30 January 2017

Explore a rich period of Middle Eastern history through complete runs of British Government Foreign Office FilesFormerly classified documents on the Middle East from the British Government’s Foreign Office have been published in Foreign Office Files for the Middle East, 1971-1981 – an online teaching and research collection from award-winning publisher, Adam Matthew.Foreign Office Files for the ...

17 January 2017
Newly digitised archive reveals the colourful history of the East India Company and the challenges of a globalising worldFrom its trade origins in the East and rise to become the world’s most powerful company and de facto ruler of India, to its demise amongst allegations of greed and corruption, the latest online collection from Adam Matthew reveals the East ...
12 January 2017

ADAM MATTHEW RESOURCE SELECTED ABOVE 5,000 TITLES TO RECEIVE CHOICE PRESTIGIOUS AWARDVictorian Popular Culture, an online teaching and research resource, has been chosen as a Choice ‘Best of the Best’ Outstanding Academic Title for 2016.Shortlisted from over 5,000 titles reviewed by Choice, Victorian Popular Culture has been identified as one of the top three most significant publications ...

06 December 2016
Adam Matthew and the Big Ten Academic Alliance continue their highly valued partnership with a new agreement to provide access to award-winning primary source material for teaching and research.Incorporating many of the leading academic institutions in the United States, the agreement enables unparalleled access to a vast array of rare and unique material. The program grants institutions complete ...
11 October 2016

Competition encourages postgraduate students and early career researchers to applyAdam Matthew is delighted to continue its partnership with the British Association for American Studies (BAAS), supporting a second annual essay competition aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers. BAAS members are invited to enter for their chance to win ÂŁ500, one year’s access to an Adam Matthew ...

04 October 2016
Award-winning publisher, Adam Matthew, is delighted to announce a major new digitisation project in collaboration with Duke University that will see a selection of the world famous J. Walter Thompson Company (JWT) Archive digitised. On publication in 2018, the digital resource will be a major boon for researchers working on the history of American consumer culture, the advertising industry, ...
20 September 2016

Adam Matthew celebrate their largest collaboration with the British Library to date with new flagship project Adam Matthew is delighted to announce a major new project with the British Library that will see the digitisation of some of the core series of the India Office Records (IOR), dating from 1599 to c.1950. These vitally important records, including the charters and minute books of the East India Company and the minute books of the post-1858...

08 September 2016
Now available online, Frontier Life: Borderlands, Settlement and Colonial Encounters, provides students and scholars instant access to content vital for comparative research and classroom use.Digitised material ranges across four centuries and offers a vast geographical spread capturing the lives, experiences and colonial encounters of people living at the edges of the Anglophone world. The huge array of unique primary ...
25 August 2016

Adam Matthew continues its new series of theatre-related projects with exclusive Shakespeare content from the Folger Shakespeare LibraryThe world’s largest collection of prompt books from the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., is now available online, providing theatre, literature and popular culture researchers unprecedented access to this unique collection in a digital format. Shakespeare in Performance offers the ...

16 August 2016

Digital publisher Adam Matthew has today announced the publication of Colonial America Module II: Towards Revolution - the second instalment of a five-module resource featuring the complete CO 5 class at The National Archives, UK. Described as an “indispensable” resource for researchers of the early-modern Atlantic world and winner of Library Journal’s Best Reference Award 2015, Colonial America ...

04 August 2016

Adam Matthew and Shakespeare’s Globe announce landmark digitisation project of world-renowned theatre archiveAdam Matthew and Shakespeare's Globe are delighted to announce their collaboration on a landmark digital project - Shakespeare’s Globe: Performances and Practices. The project will see the digitisation of the majority of Shakespeare’s Globe’s archives, preserved since its opening in 1997. The collection ...

01 July 2016

Throughout July to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, Adam Matthew is providing free temporary access to Mapping Gettysburg – an interactive map placing historic photographs, letters and diaries on a map of the battlefield, contained within award-winning digital primary source collection, American History, 1493-1945. Mapping Gettysburg, developed in collaboration with Axis Maps, allows users to ...

09 June 2016
Award-winning publisher, Adam Matthew, today announced the publication of History of Mass Tourism: a multi-archive collection providing an in-depth insight into the pleasures of nineteenth and twentieth century leisure travel and the growth of tourism for the masses between c.1850-1980s.Unique primary sources have been digitised from a wealth of international archives allowing scholars and ...
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