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Use the 'A to Z' below to find links to full-text e-journal databases, on-line indexes and bibliographic databases.

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Anthropological Fieldwork Online brings the fieldwork underpinning the great ethnographies of the early 20th century into the digital world. This fully indexed, primary source database unfolds the historical development of anthropology from a global perspective, bringing together the work of early scholars who shaped the theories and methods students learn about, critique and re-shape today.
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The Carcanet Collection provides access to over 150 titles from the Carcanet list, growing in the course of 2019 to around 200 titles.

Carcanet publishes a diverse list of modern and classic poetry in English and in translation, as well as a range of inventive fiction, Lives and Letters and literary criticism.

Titles can be synced to mobile and tablet devices for offline use using the Exactly app which also provides access to a handful of magazine subscriptions. For more information see our guide here.
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The Digital Library of Core E–Resources on Ireland draws on the Library Special Collections at Queen’s University Belfast. Queen’s Special Collections includes the large Hibernica Collection as well as holdings with particular strengths for the period 1749 to 1814 in Irish history, politics and economics, together with cultural studies and Anglo-Irish literature spanning the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
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Faculti has thousands of online videos for the purposes of research, teaching, and private study. Educators worldwide now use Faculti videos to add engaging, cutting-edge, real-life perspectives to undergraduate, postgraduate, and executive education programs.
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To access this resource please click here to register an account using your Goldsmiths email address.

FT.com is the website for the renowned newspaper The Financial Times. In addition to the day's news FT.com provides access to education blogs, news and insights, customisable newsletters and Lex, their premium daily commentary service. A guide to using the site can be found here.
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Lexis Library includes the very respected encyclopaedia, Halsbury’s Laws of England and many key legal journals and textbooks. It also contains UK legislation. For case-law, we have only subscribed to its All England Law Reports series, so unless you need a case from the All England Law Reports, you should use Westlaw for case searching.
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Nexis contains thousands of national and international newspapers and other news sources. It also provides international company and industry information and biographical data for many individuals.
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This database, with many full-text links, covers over 600 journals on crime, its causes and impacts, legal and social implications. It includes the US National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) Abstracts Database.
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Westlaw is our primary resource for UK and EU Law and a number of international jurisdictions. It contains current and historic legislation and case law and has a very searchable journals index with many key titles in full text. It also contains its own encyclopaedia of law called Insight and hosts the main legal dictionaries plus many other legal books.
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Westlaw international includes case law and legislation from a number of foreign jurisdictions plus international arbitration materials including arbitration awards and the text of many treaties. It also includes legal journals from around the world and international news.
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See our e-resources FAQ for more information about using and accessing e-resources on and off campus. Initial enquiries should be made to the Library Enquiry Desk on 020 7078 5355 or via our contact form.

See our subject guides for more specialised e-resources on your subject.

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