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Databases are a good a place to begin research. They may contain journal articles, conference papers, newspapers, book chapters, reports and reviews.
Full-text databases (i.e. that contain the entire text of the articles or book) are listed below.
This full-text database contains back issues* of important scholarly journals in all subject areas.
Offers full-text online access to a selection of journals from university presses and scholarly societies from around the world.
"ACLS Humanities E-Book is a digital collection of full-text titles offered by the ACLS [American Council of Learned Societies] in collaboration with twelve learned societies, nearly 95 contributing publishers, and librarians at the University of Michiganʼs Scholarly Publishing Office.
The collection includes both in- and out-of-print titles ranging from the 1880s through 2007."
*Back issues: start from the first issue up to 3 to 5 years before the present
"Index" databases (i.e. that do not contain full-text articles but point out to their locations) are listed below.