This online collection presents newspapers edited by Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), the African American abolitionist who escaped slavery and became one of the most famous orators, authors, and journalists of the 19th century.
The Frederick Douglass Newspapers collection contains more than 565 issues of three weekly newspaper titles, which have been digitally scanned from the Library of Congress collection of original paper issues and master negative microfilm.
The Jewish Virtual Library (JVL) is the most comprehensive online encyclopedia of Jewish history, politics and culture. With nearly 25,000 entries, the JVL is a one-stop shop for students of all ages interested in anything from anti-Semitism to Zionism.
The Jewish Women’s Archive is a national organization dedicated to collecting and promoting the extraordinary stories of Jewish women. JWA explores the past as a framework for understanding the issues important to women today; inspires young people with remarkable role models; and uses Jewish women’s stories to excite people to see themselves as agents of change.
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Theology & Religion Online is the digital home to a growing range of digital resources designed for students and scholars of Theology, Biblical Studies, Religious Studies and related fields. These resources range from exclusive new digital reference products to richly layered thematic collections comprising audio-visual content and monographs and scholarly reference.
Theology & Religion Online is home to T&T Clark Theology Library, T&T Clark Jesus Library, and additional forthcoming resources.