Debates that are focused on rapidly developing geopolitical situations and ongoing international conflicts require very recent evidence. Acquiring a wide perspective on current affairs through a variety of news sources will contribute to your ability to build cases.
The New York Public Library provides access to thousands of periodicals and journals in multiple languages, from across the United States and the globe. These resources cover the time span from the 17th century to the present day. These periodicals and journals are accessible in many formats: electronic, microfilm, and in print by visiting a New York Public Library location.
This guide provides instruction on finding and accessing journals and periodicals at the New York Public Library in any format, whether you are searching for a specific title or searching by subject matter.
Newspapers are great primary resources to research historical and current events. The New York Public Library provides access to thousands of Newspapers from the 17th century to the present day, in multiple languages.
The New York Public Library provides access to U.S. newspapers from hundreds of cities across the country. To explore more U.S. newspapers as well as regional city newspapers visit the PressReader database.
The Find E-Journals and E-Books by Title Page is the best place to locate journals in electronic format and scholarly e-books.