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A simple and fast search engine that helps you find relevant information on any topic from the University of Missouri Libraries’ collections. Results contain citations for scholarly journal articles, books and e-books, DVDs, magazines, newspapers, and dissertations.
This multi-disciplinary database provides full text for more than an abundance of journals and covers extensive academic disciplines and provides comprehensive content, including PDF back-files, videos, and searchable cited references.
Contains 4,600 journals, including full text for nearly 3,900 peer-reviewed titles. PDF backfiles are available for well over one hundred journals, and searchable cited references are provided for more than 1,000 titles.
Date Coverage:Varies; primarily 1970s-present with some titles covering earlier dates
An art research database containing full-text art journals, books, periodicals, yearbooks, and museum bulletins published primarily in the U.S. and Europe. It covers art history, design, as well as photography, film and architecture.
Provides access to articles, books, magazines, and more on dance, theatre, and performing arts.
Specific subjects include ballet, cinema, comedy, dance, drama, film, mime,
opera, puppetry, and theatre.
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Index to Soviet periodicals and series 1956-1975. The print equivalent for 1967-1992 is shelved at AI15 .L4
Some Print Indexes
Most of our online databases have only limited coverage prior to the 1980s. You may want to consult older printed indexes to discover articles published in earlier years. These usually give only citations, using abbreviations or a numeric code for the journal titles. These are usually spelled out in the front of each volume. Once you've identified a journal, you need to look it up using our Journal Finderto see if we have the volume/issue you need and where it is, either online or in print.
Catalogs, such as MERLIN or MOBIUS, provide an inventory of books held by libraries. Typically they do not search or provide the full text of books or other materials online. Google Book Search or the Hathi Trust search the full text of books, but often can display only portions of the text due to copyright restrictions. Follow the "find in a library" links in these to locate the physical book in a library.
Google Books contains the full text of books provided by libraries and publishers. Materials that are out of copyright (generally pre-1925) can be viewed online. For more recent books, Google Book Search functions as a detailed index. Books identified may be available at MU, via MOBIUS, or may be requested through ILL@MU.
The Hathi Trust Digital Library contains digital copies of more than 10 million volumes in over 400 languages, printed from 1500-present. Over 3 million volumes are in the public domain and can be viewed/printed/downloaded. Other volumes can be searched, but viewing is restricted. The Digital Library combines full-text searching with the traditional library catalog to facilitate sophisticated queries and easy browsing. MU users can also build private or shared collections within the Digital Library. [more]
Auslands Organisation Der Nsdap
National Socialism and…
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei History--Sources
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei--Party Work
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei--Poetry
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei--Posters
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei--Songs And Music
Communism and Art
Communism And Culture
Soviet Union--Archival Resources
Soviet Union--Books and Reading
Soviet Union--Cultural Policy
Resources beyond MU
Some of the resources listed on guides from other libraries are not available to us off-site, but libraries welcome visitors on-site. I'm happy to facilitate connections with my colleagues at other institutions.