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Drama Online National Theatre Collection II
Drama Online National Theatre Collection II is a newly acquired UT Libraries resource. Thanks to your feedback during our trial period, we were able to make an informed purchasing decision! This resource includes filmed performances of National Theatre Live broadcasts, alongside high-quality archive recordings.
Bloomsbury Cultural History
Bloomsbury Cultural History is a newly acquired UT Libraries resource. Thanks to your feedback during our trial period, we were able to make an informed purchasing decision! Bloomsbury Cultural History is a cross-searchable collection of Bloomsbury’s Cultural Histories series as well as e-books and images.
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology
This recent acquisition to UT Libraries collection covers the breadth and scope of Anthropology in its many different forms from this reliable and trustworthy Oxford Research Encyclopedia. Explore articles, overviews and key subject works related to Anthropology all online.
ProQuest TDM Studio
TDM Studio provides a cloud-based environment to execute queries, develop datasets, and analyze the text of publications by text and data mining large volumes of published content from the millions of news articles, scholarly, and other publications that UTK makes available through ProQuest’s platform.
Volunteers Basketball Media Guides
This digital collection shares the annually-published men's basketball media guides from 1952 to 1980.
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