Diversity Studies Since our founding in 2000, Alexander Street Press’s mission has been to “make silent voices heard,” and we do this through the creation of high quality electronic resources for teaching and learning. From the very beginning, we’ve been devoted to examining the history, literature, and cultural experiences of diverse communities. Much of the work collected in our databases has never before been published. We invite you to discover these resources for yourself by requesting a trial, quote, or more information at email@example.com. Black Studies in Video Black Studies in Video, the latest addition to Alexander Street’s award-winning portfolio of black studies resources, is a seminal video collection of archival footage, powerful interviews with leading figures in the Civil Rights Movement, and documentaries examining the black experience in the arts, politics, public and private life, and much more. In partnership with California Newsreel, the oldest nonprofit social issue documentary film center in the United States, this collection is the exclusive streaming source for the SNCC Legacy Video Collection. At completion, it will include 500 hours of films.
Black Thought and Culture Winner 2005 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title
Black Thought and Culture is a landmark electronic collection of approximately 100,000 pages of non-fiction writings by major American black leaders—teachers, artists, politicians, religious leaders, athletes, war veterans, entertainers, and other figures—covering 250 years of history. In addition to the most familiar works, Black Thought and Culture presents a great deal of previously inaccessible material, including letters, speeches, prefatory essays, political leaflets, interviews, periodicals, and trial transcripts. The ideas of over 1,000 authors present an evolving and complex view of what it is to be black in America.
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American Song “A unique and affordable online music-listening service by a highly regarded vendor. Incredible content. Simply amazing.”–Library Journal
American Song is the largest and most comprehensive streaming audio collection of American roots music and pre-1960 American popular music. It currently provides streaming access to over 120,000 tracks and is growing regularly as new recordings are added. Hear and feel the music from America’s past right up to recent additions including Motown, Jimi Hendrix, the Mamas and the Papas, and other artists from the rock era. There are songs by and about American Indians, miners, immigrants, slaves, children, pioneers, and cowboys; songs of Civil Rights, political campaigns, the Revolutionary War, and the Civil War; and every great American genre is here—from folk and blues to country, gospel, and rock.
Black Drama: Second Edition Winner 2004 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title
Black Drama, now in its expanded second edition, contains the full text of more than 1,460 plays written from the mid-1800s to the present by more than 230 playwrights from North America, English-speaking Africa, the Caribbean, and other African diaspora countries. Many of the works are rare, hard to find, or out of print. James Vernon Hatch, the playwright, historian, and curator of the landmark Hatch-Billops Collection, is the project’s editorial advisor. Over 40 percent of the collection consists of previously unpublished plays by writers such as Langston Hughes, Ed Bullins, Willis Richardson, Amiri Baraka, Randolph Edmonds, Zora Neale Hurston, and many others. Each play is extensively and deeply indexed, allowing both keyword and multi-fielded searching. The plays are accompanied by reference materials, significant ancillary information, a rich performance database, and images. The result is an exceptionally deep and unified collection that illustrates the many purposes that black theater has served: to give testimony to the ancient foundations of black culture; to protest injustices; to project emerging images of the New Black; and to give voice to the many and varied expressions of black creativity.
Black Short Fiction and Folklore Winner 2004 Library Journal Best Reference Database
Black Short Fiction and Folklore brings together more than 80,000 pages and 11,000 works of short fiction produced by writers from Africa and the African Diaspora from the earliest times to the present. The materials have been compiled from early literary magazines, archives, and the personal collections of the authors. Some 30 percent of the collection is fugitive or ephemeral, or has never been published before. The project unifies an astounding variety of traditions ranging from early African oral traditions to today’s hip-hop. It covers fables, parables, ballads, folk-tales, short story cycles, and novellas—all the writings included have fewer than 10,000 words. The presentation of this material in a single, cohesive, searchable form— together with extensive indexing—enables scholars to study the writings in a wholly new way. Users can trace the evolution of the genre from its beginnings through to the present, with a comprehensive resource. For instance, with one search, users can find numerous examples of literary devices that are native to black short fiction, such as trickster tales—a type of folktale in which animals exhibit human speech and behaviors.
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African American Music Reference “A+ rating” –Library Journal “Highly recommended” –Choice
African American Music Reference offers the first comprehensive coverage of blues, jazz, spirituals, Civil Rights songs, slave songs, minstrelsy, rhythm and blues, gospel, and other forms of black American musical expression—and it is the only electronic access to this information. Resources include biographies, anthologies, encyclopedias, images, lyrics (digitized and fully searchable), songsheets, chronologies, critical textbooks, a complete discography of the top African American artists, and links to editorially selected Web resources. Content selection is under the direction of our Editorial Advisor, Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., founder of the Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago. The collection is currently over 65,000 pages and growing.
Black Women Writers Black Women Writers presents 100,000 pages of literature and essays on feminist issues, written by authors from Africa and the African Diaspora. Facing both sexism and racism, black women needed to create their own identities and movements. The collection documents that effort, presenting the woman’s perspective on the diversity and development of black people generally, and in particular the works document the evolution of black feminism. Many of the writings have been hidden in rare and hard to find texts, obscure typewritten documents, photocopied journals, and other fugitive sources. Coverage of African American women begins in the eighteenth century with narratives depicting slavery, moves through and beyond the Harlem Renaissance, and includes writers from the movements of the 1960s, covering womanism, black feminism, and related topics. African women came into their own as writers during the late 1950s and 1960s, following the winds of independence that swept across Africa, and Black Women Writers includes works by a wide range of authors from that period, as well as writings from women in more than 20 African countries.
Caribbean Literature The literature of the Caribbean is exceptional, both in language and subject. More than a million and a half Africans, along with many Indians and South Asians, were brought to the Caribbean between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries. Today, their descendants are active in literature and the arts, producing literature with strong and direct ties to traditional African expressions. This literary connection, combined with the tales of survival, exile, resistance, endurance, and emigration to other parts of the Americas, makes for a body of work that is essential for the study of the Caribbean and the Black Diaspora—and indeed central for our understanding of the New World. And yet the works are often hard to find or altogether lost. Caribbean Literature remedies this, with more than 100,000 pages of poems, drama, novels, stories, and related material at completion—carefully located and secured from archives and rare book libraries, licensed from local publishing houses, and received from the authors themselves.
Jazz Music Library For online listening of thousands of jazz artists, ensembles, albums, and genres, Jazz Music Library is essential for any jazz history, performance, theory, or music appreciation course. Labels include Verve, GRP Records, Fantasy, Concord Jazz, Impulse, Jazzology, and many others. The list of artists is enormous, ranging from past greats to musicians performing and recording today. Also included are Marian McPartland’s Peabody Award-winning Piano Jazz Radio Broadcasts and never-before-released performances from the Monterey Jazz Festival and great jazz venues. Listen to Chicago jazz, New Orleans jazz, 1920s jazz, big bands, acid jazz, Latin jazz, and more—over 130,000 tracks and growing.
Related individual titles Julian Bond: Reflections from the Frontlines of the Civil Rights Movement This enlightening portrait joins African American social activist Julian Bond as he traces his roots back to slavery, and recalls his role as a leader and organizer during the Civil Rights Movement. The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights Whitney Young was one of the most celebrated—and controversial—leaders in the Civil Rights Era. As head of the National Urban League, he was an influential liaison between those in power and those striving for change. White: A Memoir in Color In this deeply personal and emotional exploration of racial identity, director Joel Katz shares his family’s journey of immigration, assimilation, liberal idealism, bitter disillusionment, and ultimately, reconciliation. All individual titles available in DVD and streaming format. Visit www.academicvideostore.com.
Asian and Asian American Studies
Asian American Drama Winner 2003 Library Journal Best Reference Database
Asian American Drama brings together more than 250 plays, along with related biographical, production, and theatrical information. The collection begins with the works of Sadakichi Hartmann in the late nineteenth century and progresses to the writings of contemporary playwrights, such as Philip Kan Gotanda, Elizabeth Wong, and Jeannie Barroga. Asian American Drama represents the various ethnicities within the Asian American community. Along with many works by writers of Japanese, Filipino, Vietnamese, and Chinese descent, the collection includes plays by writers of Hawaiian, Indian, Thai, Korean, Persian, and Malaysian ancestry.
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South and Southeast Asian Literature South and Southeast Asian Literature displays the literary imagination and linguistic inventiveness of writers who are negotiating life in a transnational world and multiple cultural identities. Scholars of literature, anthropology, linguistics, postcolonial theory and criticism, history, politics, and culture will find the collection rich in insights into modern experiences and their traditional connections. Searchable together for the first time are thousands of pages of fiction, short fiction, poems, interviews, and manuscript materials, written in English from the end of the colonial era to the present. One of the most exciting elements in the collection is the interplay of literary traditions. Influences as disparate at the Mahabharata and Charles Dickens are evident in the same piece. Postmodern literary techniques help tell ancient stories, and contemporary political parables are teased out of classic epics from the oral tradition. Some of the authors use formal English, while others play with the boundaries of language, merging English prefixes with local words or phrases, or writing English in the cadences of local languages. See also: Asian Film Online (page 8).
Related individual titles A Choice in the Himalayas The women of a small, remote village in the Indian Himalayas have their world transformed with the arrival of a silk weaving cooperative. One woman, Hema, begins a cooperative in her new village to teach local women—and her husband—to weave. The Gods of Rice This beautiful film explores the rich culture of rice, still the basis of survival for most people throughout the world, which is poised to change forever due to genetic engineering. The Law of the Dragon The Law of the Dragon examines the way in which the Chinese legal system is trying to cope with the myriad recent dramatic changes to Chinese life and society by following the activities of a provincial legal practice, the Tiger Law Firm of Chengdu. Mao’s Great Famine Between 1958 and 1962, China experienced tragedy on an epic scale when the “Great Leap Forward” – an economic campaign conceived by Mao Zedong– led to a catastrophic famine resulting in the death of up to fifty-five million people. Nanking This award-winning film describes the 1937 Nanking Massacre committed by the Japanese army in China’s former capital city. All individual titles available in DVD and streaming format. Visit www.academicvideostore.com.
Latin American Women Writers Discover 100,000 pages of works in their original languages, including literary works, memoirs, letters, and essays in this collection of literature by Latin American women from the colonial period in the 17th century to the present. A scholarly editorial board, including scholars and librarians from around the world, are helping in the selection of content. A significant portion of the collection consists of materials that have never been published before. Writers from the following countries are represented: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Latino Literature: Poetry, Drama, and Fiction Discover more than 100,000 pages of Latino literature, including 200 novels, many hundreds of short stories, 20,000 pages of poetry, and more than 400 plays. The majority of the works are in English, with selected works of particular importance in Spanish. The collection begins with the works of Chicano writers in the Southwest in the early 19th century and follows through to include contemporary works. Nearly all of the content is in copyright, and most of the other items are long out of print or have never before been published. Besides serving as a rich resource for literature scholars, the collection also supports the study of American history, ethnic diversity, immigration issues, and political history.
Related individual titles Compañeras Musically stunning and emotionally compelling, Compañeras follows a group of Latina musicians as they break the gender barrier to perform mariachi music in America. The Whole Enchilada The US has undergone one of its history’s most dramatic demographic and cultural shifts, with Latinos expected to emerge as an American majority by 2050. The Whole Enchilada explores how the influx in recent years of more than one million Latin Americans to the United States has resulted in acute growing pains. Nicaragua—Dictatorship Restored? In a bid to win reelection and position himself for a lifetime presidency, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega circumvents the Constitution and begins persecuting opposition. The former revolutionary hero’s actions unite activists in a protest movement to thwart his illegal maneuvers. All individual titles available in DVD and streaming format. Visit www.academicvideostore.com.
American Indian and First People Studies
North American Indian Drama North American Indian Drama brings together the full text of more than 200 plays representing the stories and creative energies of American Indian and First Nation playwrights of the 20th century. Many of the plays are previously unpublished or hard to find, and they represent a wealth of dramatic material that is often overlooked or inaccessible. Together, the plays demonstrate Native theater’s diversity of tribal traditions and approaches to drama—melding conventional dramatic form with ancient storytelling and ritual performance elements, experimenting with traditional ideas of time and narrative, or challenging Western dramatic structure. The collection represents groups across the United States and Canada, including Cherokee, Métis, Creek, Choctaw, Pembina Chippewa, Ojibway, Hawaiian/Samoan, Comanche, Cree, Navajo, Rappahannock, and others.
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Early Encounters in North America: Peoples, Cultures, and the Environment “A masterful product...the presentation is elegant and the design and indexing are thorough and imaginative.” –Library Journal Painstakingly assembled from hundreds of sources, Early Encounters in North America: Peoples, Cultures, and the Environment documents the relationships among peoples in North America from 1534 to 1850. The collection focuses on personal accounts and provides unique perspectives from all of the protagonists, including traders, slaves, missionaries, explorers, soldiers, native peoples, and officials, both men and women. The project brings coherence to a wide range of published and unpublished accounts, including narratives, diaries, journals, and letters. The collection also includes more than 1,200 quality color images, including many works by George Catlin and John James Audubon.
North American Indian Thought and Culture North American Indian Thought and Culture contains more than 100,000 pages of personal stories, many of which are previously unpublished, rare, or hard to find. The collection presents the entire spectrum of American Indian and Canadian First People experiences from their own point of view. Firsthand accounts reveal how Indians lived, thought, and fought to protect their interests; how the tribes interacted with each other and the white invaders; and how they reacted to the constantly changing and challenging situations they faced. Virtually all North American groups are represented—nearly 500 in all. The project integrates autobiographies, biographies, Indian publications, oral histories, personal writings, photographs, drawings, and audio files for the first time. The result is a comprehensive representation of historical events as told by the individuals who lived through them.
Early Experiences in Australasia: Primary Sources and Personal Narratives 1788–1901 Early Experiences in Australasia: Primary Sources and Personal Narratives 1788–1901 provides a unique and personal view of events in the region from the arrival of the first settlers through to Australian Federation at the close of the nineteenth century. Incorporating 100,000 pages of letters, diaries, and other narratives, along with additional contextual material, and covering over 100 years of history, Early Experiences in Australasia will be a rich resource to support research, teaching and learning in a wide range of disciplines, including history, ethnology, anthropology, literature, genealogy, local studies, women’s studies, and comparative studies. We are collaborating with libraries across the region to scope and source materials, and special care has been taken to curate a collection that represents a cross section of ideas and experiences. These unique primary-source materials, drawn from archives, have been difficult to access before now— more than 90 percent of the collection is previously unpublished. See also: Australasian Literature Online (page 8).
Related individual titles The Sunrise Dance This highly visual documentary shows an ancient, sacred Apache coming of age ceremony that marks the passage to womanhood of Apache young women. Buried Stories This documentary reveals the life story of Native American Ella Rodriguez, who, in her seventies, resents that she was taken from her rural California home at age thirteen and sent to an Indian boarding school. A resilient woman, she now fights to preserve her ancestors’ history. Lady Warriors Lady Warriors tells the story of seven Native American teenage girls who are Arizona state cross-country running champions. All individual titles available in DVD and streaming format. Visit www.academicvideostore.com.
Gay and Lesbian Thought and Culture At the outset of the twentieth century, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender life (LGBT) existed on the fringes of society. Yet as the era progressed and communities developed, a social movement emerged. Gay and Lesbian Thought and Culture will be a one-of-a-kind online resource that will host the key works and archival documentation of the movement, including 100,000 pages of essential content of archival material from local and national organizations as well as the personal papers of key people in the movement. Gay and Lesbian Thought and Culture will contain previously inaccessible material, including letters, speeches, interviews, periodicals, and ephemera and will help today’s students and scholars understand the LGBT movement in a new way—from the perspective of those who were there.
LGBT Studies in Video LGBT Studies in Video is a cinematic survey of the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people as well as the cultural and political evolution of the LGBT community. This first-of-its-kind collection features award-winning documentaries, interviews, archival footage, and select feature films exploring LGBT history, gay culture and subcultures, civil rights, marriage equality, LGBT families, AIDS, transgender issues, religious perspectives on homosexuality, global comparative experiences, and other topics. One of our primary partners for this collection is Frameline, a nonprofit media organization that produces the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, the oldest film festival devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender programming currently in existence.
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Related individual titles (A)Sexual This groundbreaking film introduces us to men and women who have never experienced sexual attraction, and the challenges they face living in a sex obsessed society. Africa’s Last Taboo Gay people in Africa are facing increased persecution on a continent where two-thirds of countries retain laws against homosexuals. Regretters Regretters gives heartfelt voice to two transgendered people who underwent sex change surgery to become women. Now, years later, they would like to return to their original male bodies. Seventh-Gay Adventists Faith, identity, and sexuality collide as three gay and lesbian Seventh-day Adventists are caught between the church they know and love and their desire to be fully accepted for who they are.
British and Irish Women’s Letters and Diaries Winner 2008 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title
British and Irish Women’s Letters and Diaries spans more than 400 years of personal writings, bringing together the voices of women from England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. The database lets researchers view history in the context of women’s thoughts—their struggles, achievements, passions, pursuits, and desires. With over 100,000 pages of material assembled from numerous bibliographies and from newly conducted research, the collection also provides 4,000 facsimile pages of previously unpublished manuscripts. Because the project captures materials that are written contemporaneously, readers see the honest, often stark perspective of the moment, as opposed to the self-censored attitudes that can appear in a memoir.
Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period This collection comprises more than eighty volumes of poetry by Irish women writing between 1768 and 1842, a significant, but largely underappreciated body of work. Most of the texts are rare, existing in print in fewer than five libraries in the world. Along with the poetic texts are biographical and critical essays contributed by the world’s foremost poetry scholars and other supporting resources. For nearly two centuries, the distinctive voices of such poets as Henrietta Battier, I. S. Anna Liddiard, Adelaide O’Keeffe, Elizabeth Ryves, and Melesina Trench have remained practically unheard. Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period allows these women to speak to a new generation of students and scholars.
North American Women’s Drama This major initiative collects 1,500 plays by women from the United States and Canada, including the complete works of leading playwrights along with those of lesser-known but important writers. Many of the plays are rare, hard to find, or out of print. Almost a quarter of the collection consists of previously unpublished plays. North American Women’s Drama aims to bring these writings the attention they deserve, by publishing the full text of plays written from colonial times to the present by more than 300 women from the United States and Canada.
North American Women’s Letters and Diaries Winner 2001 Library Journal Best Reference Award Our flagship collection, North American Women’s Letters and Diaries, is a massive project, cataloging and indexing American and Canadian women’s diaries and correspondence over centuries. Researchers will have access to 150,000 pages of materials, including more than 5,000 pages of previously unpublished manuscripts as facsimile images. Drawn from more than 1,000 sources and representing 1,500 women from all walks of life, the writings are extensively indexed. Databases of women, sources, personal events, historical events, a geographical table, and other features make the writings useful to researchers in history, sociology, literature, genealogy, women’s studies, and related fields.
Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period This electronic collection of over sixty volumes of lyric poetry by Scottish women, written between 1789 and 1832, endeavors to fill a gap in our knowledge of and access to this large and comprehensive body of work. Conventional anthologies and histories of Scottish literature have been composed largely of the works of male authors. Seldom have any but the most specialized twentieth-century literary histories of the period paid serious attention to the dozens of Scottish women poets who were active at the time and whose work and influence were in many instances familiar and admired by their male contemporaries. In addition to bibliographical essays putting the works in context, the collection includes the works of approximately 70 poets, each with biographical sketches including what is known about their lives, and a bibliography of their primary works and of criticism and reviews. Sample authors include Agnes Lyon, Carolina Oliphant, Catherine Ward, Dorothea Primrose Campbell, Frances Chadwick, Margaretta Wedderburn, and Jessie Stewart.
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Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600 to 2000 Winner 2004 Choice Award for Outstanding Academic Title Winner 2003 Library Journal Best Reference Database “Far more comprehensive than any other website in the field, [Women and Social Movements in the United States] is not only the biggest, but far and away the best, using a method of organization that benefits students, teachers, and scholars alike.” –Women’s History Review Edited by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Thomas Dublin, State University of New York, Binghamton
Women and Social Movements in the United States, Basic Edition offers path-breaking document projects that facilitate the use of documents to study all aspects of American history from colonial times to the present. An online journal and database that includes work by leading and emerging scholars, the Basic Edition gives scholars and students an especially rich opportunity to study American history through women’s eyes and is ideal for US history courses. The new Scholar’s Edition features enhanced content and search tools that make it ideal for research and scholarship. It includes the Basic Edition plus all five volumes of the indispensable biographical dictionary Notable American Women, and all publications of local, state, and national commissions on the status of women since 1963. This incomparable database includes 90,000 pages of previously inaccessible data and statistics about American women and society since 1960.
Women and Social Movements, International Edited by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Thomas Dublin, State University of New York, Binghamton Backed by a global editorial board of 130 leading scholars from more than 300 repositories around the world, this landmark collection of primary sources illuminates a vast area of modern history. The collection will contain 150,000 pages at completion, mainly in-copyright and previously unpublished primary sources. Through the writings of women activists, their personal letters and diaries, and conference proceedings at which pivotal decisions were made and social movements were born, this online collection traces the global history of women’s international agendas and illuminates their enormous influence on the course of events and shifts in attitudes that have defined modern life.
See also: Black Women Writers (page 3), Latin American Women Writers (page 5), Gay and Lesbian Thought and Culture (page 8), and LGBT Studies in Video (page 8).
Related individual titles The Silent Truth A striking number of deaths of military women in Iraq were ruled suicide by the US Army and remain shrouded in suspicious circumstances. Google Baby This award-winning film is a journey across three continents telling the story of the up-and-coming baby production industry in the age of globalization. My American Girls: A Dominican Story My American Girls is a vivid portrayal of a year in the life of the Ortiz family—hard-working Dominican immigrants who live frugally in Brooklyn and dream of retiring one day in their native country. But their American-born daughters have a different idea. Rape in the Ranks Though a culture of fear, secrecy, and hopelessness prohibits many women in the military from speaking out about their frequent sexual abuses, Rape in the Ranks shares the story four young women and their families brave enough to talk openly about their ordeals.
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Asian Film Online Asian Film Online
Asian Film Online is an online streaming video collection of nearly 600 narrative feature films, documentaries, and shorts. With Asian voices addressing Asian issues, and through works selected by Asian film experts, the collection offers highly relevant perspectives and insights from 24 countries across the region. Collection themes—such as modernity, globalization, national identity, female agency, inequalities in opportunity amid social and political unrest, and cultural and sexual identity—are central to any meaningful discussion of contemporary Asian culture.
Australasian Literature Online
Australasian Literature Online
Australasian Literature Online optimizes the study of literature by uniting nearly a century of quintessential literary works into one expansive online resource. With a strong focus on Indigenous Australians, Maori, Pacific Islanders, and female voices, the collection delivers more than 120,000 pages of poetry and fiction that capture the vibrancy of the region. Designed with academic audiences in mind, Australasian Literature Online pairs primary-source literature with supplementary materials—including author interviews, documentaries, scholarly writings, and other related multimedia. The collection contains hundreds of the most influential literary works from across the region—from Australia, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand to Vanuatu, Samoa, and Hawaii—penned from the 1930s to present day.
Literature from Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands
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VAST: Academic Video Online If you’re looking for a comprehensive video collection, look no further. VAST: Academic Video Online is Alexander Street’s flagship video subscription, bringing together thousands of video titles in a wide range of disciplines. With thousands and thousands of complete titles (not clips) and growing by more than 400 titles per month, VAST includes award-winning films from dozens of producers and distributors. VAST brings essential video content to your undergraduate and graduate students and will become an integral part of the curriculum in virtually every department. VAST brings you content from the BBC, PBS, Arthaus, CBS, Kino International, Documentary Educational Resources, California Newsreel, Opus Arte, The Cinema Guild, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, Psychotherapy.net, and hundreds of other partners. Newsreels, award-winning documentaries, field recording, interviews, lectures, training videos, and exclusive primary footage come together in a vast and powerful collection.
Published on Jan 6, 2014
A catalog describing the online academic resources available in black studies, women's studies, LGBT studies, and more from Alexander Street...