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New E-Resources: June 2022

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Check out the resources we just got in June!

We have acquired volumes 1 through 17 of the journal Foundations and Trends in Marketing from Now Publishers. Volume 17 has not yet been published, but will become available once it has been released. You'll need to be connected to the UNC Charlotte VPN if you would like to access this resource off-campus. 

Wiley's The Companions to the History of Architecture is a reference work featuring illustrations, photographs, drawings, and invaluable knowledge in the field of architecture. From critical scholarship to light-and-fresh ideas, this resource can support coursework and feed the minds of the architectural enthusiast. 

 The Gale Archives of Sexuality and Gender hosts an award winning two-part collection, LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940, and highlights the cultural, societal, and historical aspects of LGBTQ life during the later half of the twentieth century. 

The Gale Nineteenth Century Collections Online is a comprehensive primary source collection that focuses on the nineteenth century, a time defined as "the first great age of industrialization and technological innovation". 

HeinOnline just released a new database, LGBTQ+ Rights, that contains a collection of scholarly articles, pamphlets, government reports, book, etc. focused on the gay rights movement in America. The database features six subcollections: Marriage and Family, Employment Discrimination, Military Service, AIDS and Health Care, and Public Spaces and Accommodations.