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The University of Manitoba campuses are located on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. More
Beginning July 26, 2021, Elizabeth Dafoe and Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Libraries are re-opening for individual student study space.
Remaining UM Libraries are closed due to Provincial COVID restrictions.
Physical materials can be requested for contactless pickup at the pickup lockers at Elizabeth Dafoe Library (Fort Garry Campus) and Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library (only accessible for Bannatyne campus students, staff, and faculty who have swipe card access).
A commercial directory of contemporary Canadian artists, art galleries and art-related businesses. Intended to provide marketing and communication opportunities, members create profiles of their work with links to their websites/galleries. Searchable by artist name, location, and artist technique/genre.
Collection of resources to support the study of architecture, urbanism, and interior design. You can browse through an interactive visual timeline of global architectural history; study in-depth buildings pages; or research Bloomsbury's library of architecture ebooks.
This primary source database provides original materials from the Church Missionary Society (CMS), founded in 1799 as an Anglican evangelical organization. It includes documents related to CMS missions to Africa, the Americas, India, the Middle East, Missions to Women, and the central records of the CMS.
eHRAF Archaeology is a database with information on the prehistory of the world, providing archaeological materials for comparative studies within and across regions.
Organized into archaeological traditions, each tradition includes a general summary and various documents: books, journal articles, dissertations, and manuscripts. Regions include Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, North America, Oceania, and South America.
This full-text database is a dedicated resource covering the culture, traditions, social treatment and lived experiences of different ethnic groups in America. It provides full text from a growing list of sources including peer-reviewed journals, magazines, e-books, biographies and primary source documents.
Newspapers spanning the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century, up to the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution. Includes titles from Moscow and St. Petersburg as well as regional newspapers from across the Russian Empire.
International Bibliography of Art (IBA) is a resource for scholarly literature on Western art, and the successor to the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA). Publications covered include core journals, with an emphasis on specialist and rare titles that are not covered by other indexes, plus detailed coverage of monographs, essay collections, conference proceedings and exhibition catalogues.
Please Note: Register for an account for access to the current year's standards. Search UML Catalogue, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for restricted items.
The IFRS Foundation provides free access to the PDF files of the current year's consolidated IFRS Standards and IFRIC Interpretations (Part A of the Issued Standards—the Red Book), the Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting and IFRS Practice Statements.
Written in the French language and covering leading issues and events, like World War II and the Fifth Republic, to French, European and international politics, society and business, ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Le Monde reveals the day-to-day news coverage.
Titles from BFI Publishing's list of books on film history, theory, national cinemas, genres, film-makers, and stars. It includes titles published in the BFI Screen Guides, World Directors, Film Stars, BFI Silver and International Screen Industries series, as well as essential companions to film studies such as Pam Cook’s The Cinema Book.
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Social Care Online is the UK's largest online database of information on all aspects of social work and social care. It includes legislation, government documents, practice and guidance, systematic reviews, research briefings, UK grey (informally-published) literature, reports, and journal articles. The database is updated daily and contains numerous records from the 1980s onward.
Database of working documents of the British government for all areas of social, political, economic, and foreign policy. It covers Bills, Reports of Royal Commissions, Reports of Select Committees, Accounts and Papers and other materials from the House of Commons and House of Lords.