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Teaching Business and Labor History to Art & Design Students
Searching Databases for Business and Labor History
ABC-CLIO eBook Collections is a collection of books that are especially strong on U.S. history & society and popular culture.
ARTSTOR is an image database and has thousands of examples of both historical and modern artifacts from and inspired by labor movements, protests, and celebration. You can browse by Country of Origin, Medium and Time Period.
Credo has a large selection of e-books on a variety of topics. The Mind Map feature (seen above) provides a tool for brainstorming and expanding key words used in searches.
See our Journal Finder for full text of the following journals and more.
Enterprise & Society
International Labor and Working-Class History (ILWCH)
ABC-CLIO contains hundreds of e-books covering a multitude of popular culture topics, including cinema, literature, sports, and research topics. An audio device feature is included for every article/book.
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Contains an archive starting in 1883 to 2005 for eleven magazines typically marketed to women, with high-resolution color scans and feature detailed article-level indexing. Titles and specific coverage includes: