Until the 7 April 2013, the Stockholm University Library has
access to five new databases. These databases are source databases
and contain original documents.
This is a test period until the 7 April 2013. Read more below
and click on the name for links to each of the databases. The first
three databases are focused on Gender Studies. Do not miss this
opportunity to use a wide range of e-resources.
1450-1920, contains original documents including family life,
social relationships, education, consumption, culture and
the National Archives, contains documents on the Suffragette
movement in Britain, 1903-1928 and the Suffragette movement in the
British colonies during 1930-1963.
Everyday Life and
Women in America, 1800-1920, includes American documents on
social, cultural and popular history issues.
Empire Online, about the
colonial era with original documents relating to this topic.
India, Raj and
Empire, focused on India's and Pakistan's history between
For questions please contact the Media Acquisition department at
Stockholm University Library.