Bloomsbury ebook subject collections : access until 30 May 2020

The University of Cambridge has access to the Bloomsbury ebook subject collections until 30 May 2020. The Bloomsbury collections provides access to over 8000 academic books across 22 subject areas in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

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COLLECTIONS AVAILABLE

Subject Collections of Latest Research
Anthropology, Art & Visual Culture, Biblical Studies, Business & Management, Classical Studies & Archaeology, Design, Economics, Education, Fashion, Film & Media, History, Law, Linguistics, Literary Studies, Middle East Studies, Music & Sound Studies, Natural History, Philosophy, Politics & International Relations, Religious Studies, Sociology, Theology, and Bloomsbury Open (interdisciplinary)

Archive Collections
From Bloomsbury’s legacy of renowned imprints in key subject areas such as Ancient History, Christology, Continental Philosophy, Classical Literature, Modernism, Philosophy of Education, and Shakespeare Studies

Special Collections

The prestigious Ancient Commentators on Aristotle, The Churchill Collection, International Critical Commentary, and more.

Landmark Texts Collections
Online versions of the Bloomsbury Academic Collections print sets. Covering Japanese History, Biblical Studies, History (British, European, Latin American and history of science and technology), Linguistics, Literary Criticism, Philosophy and Shakespeare Studies, this historic content is reissued from extensive bodies of work from imprints such as Athlone Press, Pinter, T&T Clark, Burns & Oates, Cassell Academic, and Continuum.

 

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