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Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO): Science, Technology and Medicine Part II

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Overview

Part II of Science, Technology and Medicine expands subject coverage with an extraordinary gathering of European and British periodicals and American monographs from renowned sources. Collections include Natural History (500,000 pages of monographs from the Huntington Library); The Rise of Public Health in England and Wales (300,000 manuscript pages from The National Archives in England); and Academies of Science Publications (2 million pages of periodicals from Brill).

The archive supplements other published resources (such as The Making of the Modern World, Parts I & II and Sabin Americana, 1500-1926) and supports enhanced "scientific literacy." Using the archive, scholars will be able to analyze technical and conceptual dimensions of scientific knowledge - from physics to psychoanalysis to macroeconomics. Diversity of coverage ensures an expansive, integrated, global view of science and technology from a critical era of scientific development.

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Features/Benefits

  • Expands coverage of 19th-century learning in the areas of science, technology, and medicine with unique content not included in other archives.
  • Includes European and British periodicals and American monographs from rich collections.
  • Interdisciplinary and comprehensive coverage that incorporates developments from around the world.
  • Incorporates "deep dives" into specialized fields of knowledge.
  • Promotes critical thinking and is relevant for both undergraduate students and advanced scholars.