We offer multiple paths to find databases for your research projects. Listed here are three browsable lists of databases. You can also use the search box on the right side of this screen.
If you know the beginning letter of the database you need, or you want to browse all databases, use the alphabet below. Note that these lists are long and unwieldy; the database search box on the right is more efficient.
These pages group databases into broad subject categories. These can be useful to browse when your research topic crosses many disciplines. For more focused lists, use the databases recommended on our Subject guides .
Databases are also listed by the type or format of the materials or resources they index. Examples included databases for conference proceedings, multimedia, newspaper articles, reviews, or statistics. For more focuses lists of databases, use the recommended databases listed on our Subject guides or our detailed find by format pages.
This database is on trial through October 3, 2016. This database provides digitized primary sources and oral histories on African American culture, race relations, civil rights activities and protests, urban renewal and housing problems, and desegregation. Please provide feedback on this database.
This database is on trial through October 3, 2016. Migration to New Worlds provides primary documents on the movement of peoples from Europe and Asia to the Americas and Australasia, primarily covering the 1800s to 1924. Please provide feedback on this database.
This database is on trial through October 3 2016. Defining Gender provides digitized primary sources on gender, leisure, and consumer culture from British archives in history, literature, sociology, education, and cultural studies. Please provide feedback on this trial.
The two Artemis Source databases search across large collections of full-text and indexed publications: literature and primary sources. Not only can you search multiple databases in this interface, you can also quickly analyze the results you get. As we continue to purchase or subscribe to literary or primary source databases from Gale, these Artemis databases will increase in documents indexed.