New Adam Matthew Content Now Accessible via Eight Centuries
09 September 2020 by Paratext Editorial
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Paratext is pleased to announce that additional content from Adam Matthew is now accessible via Eight Centuries.
Adam Matthew, an imprint of SAGE, is an award-winning publisher of digital primary source collections for the humanities and social sciences, covering subject areas from medieval family life to 20th-century history and culture.
Nearly 40,000 links from 11 collections have been added to Eight Century’s Image/Media section, broadening research for all historical and humanities disciplines.
Added to existing material represented in Eight Centuries, users now have access to nearly 120,000 Adam Matthew records in total.
Among the numerous compelling collections are “African American Communities”—featuring a wide variety of material exploring racial relations in major metropolitan areas of the United States—and “American Indian Newspapers”—chronicling two centuries of indigenous journalism.
See all the Adam Matthew collections that were recently added to Eight Centuries:
- African American Communities
- American Consumer Culture
- American Indian Newspapers
- Archives Direct
- East India Company
- The Grand Tour
- Mass Tourism
- Perdita Manuscripts
- Research Source
- Stationers Company
- Trade Catalogues and the American Home
Eight Centuries continues to grow as the preeminent ‘due-diligence’ historical database for advanced undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral research in all relevant disciplines.
Users of Eight Centuries can access entries from Adam Matthew. Check your institution’s database subscriptions to find if you have access to Eight Centuries, or sign up for a free trial at https://public.paratext.com/customer/.