More Classical Music Library!

The Libraries has purchased volumes II and III of the Classical Music Library from Alexander Street Press. The entire library includes over 25,000 unique classical works from medieval times to the 21st century. You can browse or search by composer, genre, time period, instrument performers, titles and more. You select individual tracks to play or establish an account and create playlists to save and play anytime.

If you have questions about using this resource, Ask Us!

Contemporary World Music is Here

The Libraries have added Contemporary World Music to our collection of streaming audio databases. From Alexander Street Press, you can browse musical tracks by instrument, cultural group, genre, people, place and more, or you can search by keyword or specific indexed field. If you create an account, you can make your own playlists and collections and save them. Find and listen to musical genresĀ  such as reggae, worldbeat, neo-traditional, world fusion, Balkanic jazz, African film, Bollywood, Arab swing, Indian classical, fado, flamenco, klezmer, zydeco, gospel, gagaku, and more.

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Routledge Performance Archive is Live

The Libraries have a new subscription to Routledge Performance Archive, a database of streaming audio and visual theater performances with critical commentary. You can browse content through A-Z lists of practitioners, subjects (including Actor & Actor Training, Comedy, Form & Genre, Political Theater & Performance, etc.) and commentaries. You can also search by keyword.

Please contact us if you have questions.

Psychological Experiments Online Now Available

Psychological Experiments Online is a new source of audio, video, text and web sites about psychological experiments from the 20th and 21st centuries. You can browse or search by experiment, psychologist, methodology, subject, title and publisher and limit by date, format and content type. This is a growing collection of resources.

If you have questions or would like assistance, contact Mike Davis, Psychology Liaison Librarian, at 413-545-6822.