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|Buddhism (Oxford Bibliographies Online) - Trial access until 31 May 2022. Provides access to the Buddhism module of Oxford Bibliographies Online. Includes both classic and contemporary research with topics covering the entire range of Buddhist history, thought and practice. A variety of sources include most important foreign language materials.|
|Coping with COVID 19: the medical, mental, and social consequences of the pandemic (e-Book) - Trial access until 8 June 2022. This text provides readers with unique and timely insights about the single most disruptive and epoch-defining public health event of the last 100 years. It explores both the science of the virus and the lasting psychological, clinical, and professional implications of the pandemic in two parts. The first part of the book examines the historical precedents of pandemics, as well as the virology and symptomology of SARS-CoV-2. The second part covers the broader effects of the pandemic on society with special consideration being given to its impact on public health policy, the medical industry, and the individual psychology of children and adults.|
|Jacoby Online (Brill) - Trial access until 16 June 2022. Jacoby Online is a digital edition of fragments and testimonia of Greek historians and other authors from antiquity. Although the works of these historians are now lost, we still have passages in the form of citations and paraphrases in ancient texts that are preserved. Jacoby Online is anchored in the work of Felix Jacoby, who started the work of collecting fragments and writing commentaries. To his Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker I-III (1923-1959) are added two new editions, Brill's New Jacoby (2006-2021) and Brill's New Jacoby - Second Edition (2016-), both edited by Ian Worthington. Felix Jacoby himself was unable to finish the collection, but in the 1990s, the work on Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker resumed, resulting in FGrHist Part IV, currently edited by Stefan Schorn, and FGrHist Part V, currently edited by Hans-Joachim Gehrke and Felix Maier.|