Recently Adam Matthew announced the publication of its latest collection, Literary Print Culture: The Stationers’ Company Archive. NSR originally reported on it in late September. Widely regarded as one of the most important sources for the history of the book, publishing and copyright, the archive of The Worshipful Company of Stationers & Newspaper Makers is now available for research via this digital archive.
Adam Matthew is now offering free public access to the archive through January 12, 2018 for No Shelf Required readers. Here are access details:
Libraries and other institutions interested in subscribing may contact publisher for pricing details. Generally, pricing is based on FTE, purchase history, and Carnegie Classification.
Adam Matthew has just released a new—and very timely—online collection, Race Relations in America, culled from the extensive work of the Race Relations Department at Fisk University (Nashville), an influential think tank and center of scholarly investigation and public conversation on civil rights in the 20th century. Presenting speeches, reports, surveys and analyses, the resource sheds light on the Civil Rights Movement, segregation, discrimination and racial theory in America between 1943-1970.
NSR thanks Adam Matthew for giving us free access to share with our readers, valid for four weeks. If you are interested in exploring the resource (no strings attached) log in here. Then use the following:
- Username: NSR2017
- Password: amdRRIA7
The free trial ends on March 16, 2017. Please note that username and password are case sensitive. Please also note download options are not available during trials. Continue reading Free Trial Alert: Race Relations in America, a timely new resource concerning all
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