Art Libraries Network Florence - Munich - Rome
Union catalogue of three German research institutes: Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max-Planck-Institut; Zentralinstitut fur Kunstgeschichte,
Munchen; and Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome
Dissertation abstracts online (see Dissertations and theses)
Dissertations and theses, full text
Coverage: 1861- (Indexing); 1980- (Abstracting dissertations), 1988- (Abstracting theses), 1997- (Full-text dissertations, where available)
Provides information about doctoral dissertations and master's theses, with subject, title, and author access to almost all American dissertations accepted
at an accredited institution since 1861. Offers full text for most dissertations (Notre Dame and other) added since 1997. Access info: Access to full text (PDF) of Notre Dame dissertations since 1997, restricted to users with valid Notre Dame NetIDs.
Contains electronic subject catalogs of publications on the history of art, the ancient world, and classical studies. Includes the subject catalogs of
the German Archaeological Institute in Rome, the Bibliography of Iberian Archaeology from the German Archaeological Institute in Madrid, and the Archaeology of Roman Provinces from RGK Frankfurt.
Google Book Search
Online access to full text of public domain books, reproduced either from text provided by publishers or by selected university/large public libraries.
"Limited preview" or "snippet view" or bibliographic information only for books not in the public domain.
HathiTrust Digital Library
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conceived as a collaboration of the thirteen universities of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, the University of California system, and the University of Virginia to establish a repository for those universities to archive and share their digitized collections, and quickly expanded to include additional partners with fast growing treasure of digitized collections.
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Julian Samora Library and Archives Institute for Latino Studies
The Julian Samora Library at the Institute for Latino Studies at Notre Dame collects, preserves, and provides access to rare books, manuscripts, personal
papers, archives, and oral histories related to the Latino experience in the United States with a particular focus on the Midwest.
A worldwide union catalog created and maintained collectively by more than 9,000 OCLC member institutions. With millions of online records built from the
bibliographic and ownership information of contributing libraries, it is the largest and most comprehensive database of its kind.