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17 September 2020

Adam Matthew Digital is pleased to announce the publication of its latest resource: Children’s Literature and Culture. This highly visual collection is full of richly illustrated content allowing researchers and students to explore how American society evolved during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and how this evolution was depicted and personified through literature created for children during the period.

08 July 2020

This first module covers the 1980s from Thatcherism and the AIDS crisis, to the Royal Wedding of Charles and Diana, and Live Aid.

23 June 2020

Adam Matthew Digital is pleased to announce the publication of Medical Services and Warfare: 1928-1949, the second and final module of this resource which looks at medical discovery and development from the during the Spanish Civil War, World War Two and beyond. 

14 May 2020

This latest collection provides a way to explore lives across the social spectrum between 1500 and 1700

17 April 2020

Adam Matthew Digital is pleased to announce the publication of Business, Economic and Labour History, the latest addition to the Research Source suite.

14 April 2020

Drawn from the holdings of the National Library of Scotland, AM Digital's latest collection, Nineteenth Century Literary Society: The John Murray Publishing Archive, is an unparralleled resource for scholars and academics.

17 March 2020

From the workhouses and the slums to political movements and charitable institutions, discover what life was like for the poorest communities in Victorian Britain.

10 March 2020

Drawn from Adam Matthew’s extensive microfilm back catalogue, Women’s Studies contains a breadth of printed and manuscript material providing a multitude of perspectives on the changing roles of women in history. 

07 February 2020

In the post-WWII period as the Vietnam War raged on, the threat of communism grew, and the influence of Western Empires diminished, Foreign Office Files for Southeast Asia, 1963-1980 Section I: Cold War in the Pacific, Trade Relations, and the Post-Independence Period, 1963-1966, offers an insight into the region’s struggle for independence against a backdrop of conflict and a shifting political landscape.

22 January 2020

World War Two Studies, the latest addition to Adam Matthew’s Research Source suite provides students and scholars with access to important primary sources relating to many aspects of World War Two.