Monday, March 11, 2013

TRIAL: Cambridge Histories Online

We have a trial of Cambridge Histories Online until 31st March 2013.

To access this trial go to:

http://universitypublishingonline.org.ezproxy.liv.ac.uk/cambridge/histories/

Cambridge Histories Online includes over 300 volumes in the Cambridge Histories series published since 1975, in 15 subjects areas:

American History
British History
Economic History
General History
History of Science
History of the Book
Language and Linguistics
Literary Studies
Music
Philosophy
Political and Social Theory
Regional History
Religious Studies
Theatre Studies and Performing Arts
Warfare

After trying Cambridge Histories Online please leave your comments below. You can choose the anonymous option to comment without needing to have a Blogger account, but it helps if you include your name in your feedback so that we can follow up on comments.

10 comments:

M. Costambeys said...

This is excellent. Very useful indeed to have, for instance, all the Cambridge Medieval and Ancient Histories (of which individual chapters are the 'go-to' summaries for so much) so easily accessible in one place.

Wogan said...

This is a fantastic resource. It gives students and academics access to multi-authored volumes, many of which are key publications in the field. For my teaching and research interests, the three volume history of the cold war would be indispensable. Please subscribe!! Jon Hogg - History

Anonymous said...

There are some key survey chapters on history of science and medicine - would be good for my teaching. Sally Sheard

Anonymous said...

Please suscribe - it is very useful to have electronic access to older print volumes all in one place. Thank you.

Alexander Morrison said...

An essential resource - worth it for the Cambridge History of China alone, and also gives us access to the whole of the New Cambridge History of India.

Anonymous said...

Very useful resource. Would be great to have access to this.

Andrew Redden said...

This is without doubt a fantastic resource. Please subscribe to it. Andrew Redden (CLAS)

Anonymous said...

These are an essential basic resource for a wide range of subjects and would be more readily available and therefore more likely to be recommended/used if held electronically (MARM tutor)

Anonymous said...

Some very nice items (such as the Floud/McCloskey Cam Econ History) which I'd be likely to make essential seminar readings if they are available digitally to every student.

Richard Huzzey.

Anonymous said...

Please do subscribe to this as the History of Greek and Roman Warfare is very useful to have online.