Our Library collection may contain culturally sensitive materials
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that the collection contains images, voices, or names of deceased persons in photographs, audiovisual or printed material.
Material in the collection regarding First Nations peoples and cultures has historically been created and recorded by non-Indigenous people and may not have had the input of First Nations peoples themselves. As a result, this material may contain inaccuracies and misinterpretations, or words and descriptions which could be considered insensitive, outdated and/or offensive in today's context.
LexisNexis, Lexis Nexis AU, Lexis Advance Pacific, lexis, casebase, case base
Australian legal database including law reports, legislation, law journals, commentary and texts. Key titles include Halsbury’s Laws of Australia, Encyclopaedic Australian Legal Dictionary, CaseBase, and the Australian Law Reports (ALRs).
Scholarly literature in the psychological, social, behavioral, and health sciences. Extensive coverage from the 1800's to present. Content includes journal articles, book chapters and reviews, theses, editorials and literature reviews.
From the Winterthur Museum and Library in Delaware, Food History contains 328 cookbooks and domestic management books ranging in publication date from Charles Carter’s The Complete Practical Cook, published in London in 1730, to Susan Anna Brown’s Mrs. Gilpin’s frugalities: remnants, and 200 ways of using them, published New York in 1883, to Ruth Ellen Church’s Mary Meade’s magic recipes for the electric blender, published in Indianapolis in 1952.
A conglomerate of databases, with Texts, Collections, Archives, People, Places, and Authors as main sections. Trismegistos deals with texts from the ancient western world, dated between roughly 800 BC and AD 800.