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08 February 2013
Following the revolution of 1912 which ended the two-thousand-year-old monarchy, China entered into a period of political instability lasting the best part of four decades. In theory the state was united under the successor government to the Qing dynasty, the Republic of China. In practice no one government succeeded in establishing itself over the whole country until ...
29 November 2012
This fourth section of Victorian Popular Culture explores the pivotal era in entertainment history when previously static images came to life and moved for the first time. Through the wealth of printed and visual material, as well as artefacts, browsers are able to imagine the wide-eyed wonder of those early audiences, experiencing the magic of Victorian inventions and optical ...
09 October 2012
During our work this year with SAGE Publications (www.sagepub.com) it has become clear that our two businesses share many of the same core values and our approaches to quality publishing.You may aleady be aware from the recent press release that as a result of these fundamental alignments, and the ambitious plans for both companies, Adam Matthew is ...
14 June 2012
Adam Matthew Digital is a British publisher of scholarly collections of primary-source documents. We would like to trace the copyright-holders of a selection of items relating to American Indian history, within the Edward E. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library in Chicago.Detailed lists of individual items within these collections are available via the links below.Ayer Modern ...
14 June 2012
Adam Matthew would like to trace the copyright-holders of the following American Indian newspapers published in the United States between the 1960s and the early 1980s, (place of publication and dates are in parentheses): Rosebud Sioux Herald (South Dakota, 1963-1971) Akwesasne Notes (New York, 1960s – 1970s) Standard Freeholder, Akwesasne News (1969) The Indian (South Dakota, 1969-1970) Crazy ...
14 June 2012
Adam Matthew would like to trace the copyright-holders relating to a collection held at the Newberry Library in Chicago – Ayer Modern MS Montezuma: Carlos Montezuma Papers, 1888-1936.In particular we are seeking copyright holders of a collection of correspondence with Carlos Montezuma. The names of the correspondents are listed below: Allen, Edgar A., 1902 Alma [ ], 1902 American Investment ...
13 June 2012
Adam Matthew is a counter compliant vendor and in order to retain this status, our counter reporting tool is audited on an annual basis. As a result of the 2012 audit some alterations to the Database "DB1" report have been made to ensure our continued compliancy with the COUNTER Code of Practice (Journals and Databases: Release 3). The changes are highlighted below for your information: Where all database searches were listed then followed...
28 February 2012
February 2011, Jewish Life in America, c1654-1954 has been awarded Library Journal 'Best Reference' title for 2011.Described as 'eclectic works to match a tumultuous year', Brian E. Coutts (Professor and Head of Department of Library Public Services, Western Kentucky, Bowling Green) and Cheryl LaGuardia (Research Librarian for the Widener Library, Harvard University) publish the names of the winning '...
08 December 2011
“A landmark event in the study of post-war British and American popular culture” Dr Marcus Collins, University of Loughborough From the austerity of the 1950s to the excess of the 1970s, discover this dramatic period through a wealth of printed and manuscript sources, visual material, ephemera and video clips. Digitized in full colour, the material covers key areas and major events of the period including: Student activism across Europe and...
08 December 2011
The following review appeared in Choice in June 2012 (ref 49-5439): 49-5439 Reference \ Social & Behavioral Sciences Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975 [formerly Rock and Roll, Counterculture, Peace and Protest]. Adam Matthew Education. Please contact publisher for pricing. Internet Resource. Reviewed in 2012jun CHOICE. http://www.amedu.com/ The content of this online collection of original archival material extends...
08 December 2011
“Confidential Print: Africa provides scholars with unprecedented electronic access to the United Kingdom’s confidential correspondence covering almost the entire period of European conquest and colonisation of Africa.” Professor Jeremy Martens Chair of History, University of Western Australia Africa: from 'New Imperialism' and the 'Scramble', to the battle against tropical diseases, apartheid in South Africa and the colonies' push for...
08 December 2011
“The files in Confidential Print: Latin America offer invaluable, accessible material to researchers engaged in the study of the region" Professor Colin Lewis London School of Economics From the aftermath of Spanish and Portuguese colonialism and post-colonial state-building, to wars, relations with indigenous peoples, slavery, immigration, foreign financial influences and the fitful progress towards democracy, the documents presented in...
08 December 2011
“This is an extraordinary resource for students and scholars of the Romantic period worldwide” Jared Curtis, Simon Fraser University This powerful digital resource enables scholars and students of Romanticism to forge new pathways of innovative research into the literary lives and artistic aspects of the movement. Presenting manuscript collections of the Wordsworth Trust, this digital resource offers students and scholars of the Romantics period...
22 September 2011
The second section to Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1947-1980: South Asian Conflicts and Independence for Bangladesh, 1965-1971 is now available.The continued fighting over Kashmir and the separation of Bangladesh from Pakistan meant that further conflict dominated the period between 1965 and 1971. It saw Indira Gandhi, Nehru's daughter, gain power in India, ...
31 August 2011

As one of the ‘newbies’ of the editorial team at Adam Matthew, my first research expedition took me on a fascinating tour through the archives of the Bill Douglas Centre at Exeter University. Along with Senior Development Editor Martha Fogg and Project Editor Beth Hall, I was there to help assess and select material for an upcoming resource on early ...

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