Global studies prepares students to address international issues by providing them with a deep understanding of the culture, history and politics of other regions of the world, coupled with a proficiency in a modern language.
Unlimited access to WashingtonPost.com content. First time users need to create an account from https://www.washingtonpost.com. Click Sign In, then click Sign Up. Enter your LUC email address and agree to the terms of service. Go to your "Account Settings", click on the "My subscriptions"; tab, and click "Activate free digital access" to get free access to the Post. Email verification will follow.
Complete access to the New York Times online edition (nytimes.com) from 1980 through the present. Users must create an account using their LUC email, to gain access to nytimes.com from any web browser or smart phone app, on or off campus, with no monthly limits on article access. This resource is limited to current students, faculty, and staff. Note: HSL students/faculty/staff need to sign up via http://accessnyt.com
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Newspapers, Periodicals, and Alternative Media Outlets
Full-text bibliographic containing journal, newspaper, and magazine articles from alternative, radical, and left sources with focus on socialism and revolution, ecology, democracy and anarchism, feminism and organized labor, indigenous peoples, and gays/lesbians. Coverage: 1969 - 1990.
Covering more than 150 years of American magazine journalism, the more than 1,000 periodicals in these three collections provide the materials necessary to study trends in the United States from 1741 to 1900.
Includes scholarly essays, recent periodicals, and historical newspaper articles. Collections include Schomburg Studies on the Black Experience, International Index to Black Periodicals, historical black newspapers, and the Black Literature Index.
The Chicago Defender is an African-American-interest newspaper important for historical research on civil rights, segregation, migration to the industrial states, anti-lynching legislation, and radical sentiments of the late 1960s