Adam Matthew’s unique research and teaching resources span the social sciences and humanities and provide over five centuries of primary source materials from leading libraries and archives around the world.
The growing portfolio of multidisciplinary titles range from African American Communities and American History, 1493–1945 to Empire Online,Mass Observation Online, and more.
These thematic-based resources are aimed at students, faculty, and educators at universities, colleges, and libraries. Their editorial mission is to “aid scholarly research by making important primary sources available to a global audience.”
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"The First World War: Personal Experiences gives users an unparalleled opportunity to see the Great War through the eyes of the generation of 1914. …It’s as close to history from the bottom up as we can get."—Professor Jonathan Vance, University of Ontario
"This collection is an immensely powerful new resource for our understanding of the early Cold War era in China." [Foreign Office Files for China, 1949–1980] —Professor Rana Mitter, University of Oxford
"Anyone working on the Modern Middle East will find the Confidential Print: Middle East collection extraordinarily useful. This collection is an absolutely invaluable resource for both researchers and teachers." —Professor Michael Gasper, Yale University
"Engaging with these materials is a deeply enriching experience." —Professor Nigel Smith, Princeton University