The Hemispheric Institute Digital Video Library (HIDVL) provides a digital venue for documenting the expression of social and political life through performance in the many political landscapes of the Americas.
Between Magna Carta and the Parliamentary State: The fine rolls of King Henry III 1216--1272: A fine in the reign of King Henry III (1216--1272) was an agreement to pay the king a sum of money for a specified concession.
A commercial site that contains a small collection of extremely high-resolution images of Italian Renaissance and 19th century paintings.
USC's holdings of the American ethnic press are significantly enhanced with the addition of this collection from Readex Newsbank covering Hispanic American newspapers from 22 U.S. states published in the period 1808-1980.
This resource offers a broad range of subject coverage in the humanities and social sciences with high-quality indexing of more than 1,300,000 articles in nearly 1,100 periodicals, dating as far back as 1907, as well as citations of over 240,000 book reviews.
Humanities Full Text includes many of the most important academic journals in the humanities with the full text of articles from over 300 periodicals dating back to 1995, and high-quality indexing for almost 700 journals of which 470 are peer-reviewed dating as far back as 1984.
HPSSS Online is a web resource that makes the Harvard Project on the Soviet Social System accessible to researchers and students worldwide for the first time.
Includes information about grants available from HRSA's Bureau of Primary Health Care, the Bureau of Health Professions, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health, and the HIV/AIDS Bureau.
An interactive world map noting current diseases, as well as breaking reports of infectious diseases.
HeinOnline is an ever-expanding, comprehensive, image-based collection of legal periodicals.
Locate articles in the humanities and social sciences from and about Latin America and related to Chicano and Latino studies from the Hispanic American Periodicals Index. Some fulltext available.
Historical Newspapers contains four major historical resources.
Historical Statistics of the United States has long been the standard source for quantitative indicators of American history.
An outstanding and comprehensive site providing in-depth information about HIV/AIDS.
HLAS Online, the Handbook of Latin American Studies, is the major bibliography on Latin America consisting of works selected and annotated by scholars.
The Homeland Security Digital Library is composed of homeland security documents related to homeland security policy, strategy, and organizational management collected from a wide variety of sources.
Hitler's written legacy as contained in the database represents a unique source for studying Hitler's world-view and his political ambitions.
"Homophile Movement" refers to organizations and political strategies employed by the GLBT community prior to the era of confrontational activism of the 1970s.
Covers the history of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present, including military history, women's history, history of education, and much more.
This database contains proprietary information about more than 40,000 public and non-public companies and 225,000 key executives.
The HarpWeek Database contains scanned images of Harper's Weekly, a prominent 19th- and 20th-century American magazine that began publication in 1857.
This collection provides unique documents on the investigation and prosecution of war crimes committed by Nazi concentration camp commandants and camp personnel.
History of Science, Technology and Medicine integrates four bibliographies: the Isis Current Bibliography of the History of Science, the Current Bibliography in the History of Technology, the Bibliografia Italiana di Storia della Scienza and the Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine.
Full color digital scans of all issues, from cover to cover. Supports academic research in a range of fields, including: gender studies, fashion, marketing, advertising, consumerism, material culture, design and more.
Search data collected under the HealthyPeople2020 intiative with 1,200 objectives. National data with some information available at the state level.
Search through publicly available data from national agencies. Search through datasets or by topic (community, health, quality, medicare, hospital, inpatient, national or state).
Health Canada regulates drugs and health products in Canada. Find reports and publications, recalls, legislation and guidelines, and additional information.
Human Rights Studies Online is a research and learning database providing comparative documentation, analysis, and interpretation of major human rights violations and atrocity crimes worldwide from 1900 to 2010.
Latest edition of annual report on trends in health statistics published by the National Center for Health Statistics.
Index to finding aids from archives and repositories in the United States collecting in history of medicine and allied sciences.
Consumer health website from the Office of Diesease Prevention and Health Promotion with over 1,400 health topics linking to government and non-profit organizations.
This resource is a freely accessible, national library of high-quality digital multimedia to support all levels of health sciences education.
This US government website uses plain language to explain current laws and regulations relating to health insurance and health care in the United States.
Locate measurement instruments such as surveys, questionnaires, tests, surveys, coding schemes, checklists, rating scales, vignettes, etc. Scope includes medicine, nursing, public health , psychology, social work, communication, sociology, etc.
A full-text image database providing access to selected academic and professional journals, both in English and Chinese, published in Hong Kong. Titles included in this database cover a wide range of disciplines including law, medicine and education.
Provides citations and some full texts to Chinese and bilingual journals published in Hong Kong and Macau.
This database is a collection of reliable and relevant resources in the field of health administration, including journals and dissertations.
Insight into the craft behind hit songs, using data and analysis of songwriting and production techniques not found elsewhere. Includes interactive tools such as compositional filters and downloadable digital audio workstations to identify and track music industry trends.
The backfiles of consumer magazines devoted to health and fitness topics.
The records detail the complex lives of southern women from the antebellum era through the Civil War and into the last 3 decades of the 19th century.
This module contains records and publications of the principal organizations which sought to reduce and ultimately to eliminate the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages in the United States - ASLA & WCTU.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) Production Code Administration Files collection documents forty years of self-regulation and censorship in the motion picture industry. The Production Code was written in 1929 by Martin J. Quigley, an influential editor and publisher of motion picture trade periodicals, and Reverend Daniel A. Lord, a Jesuit advisor to Hollywood filmmakers. Officially accepted in 1930 by the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (MPPDA), the precursor organization to the MPAA, the Production Code presented guidelines governing American movie production. The five hundred titles selected were chosen by the staff of the library’s Special Collections Department, with advice from film historian Leonard J. Leff.
The experience and impact of Hispanic Americans as recorded by the news media, 1704 to today.
Health Reference Center Academic provides access to medical and professional periodicals, health and fitness magazines, and reference books and pamphlets.
A multi-media content database related to Korean history and culture. By ZININZIN.
Scans of public domain books across all subject areas which can be downloaded in their entirety. To enable downloads, please click the “Log In” button and select “University of Southern California” from the dropdown list. You will then be prompted for your USC NetID and password and validated via Shibboleth. You will also find records for works still in copyright, but these can only be searched, not viewed or downloaded.