News & Current Events

Greenwire

Alternative Titles
Green Wire, GW, E & E, E&E News
Description
Coverage of national environmental, energy, and natural resource issues as they are addressed by the White House, federal agencies, courts, states and major media across the country.  Reports emphasize climate change and energy policy, related market trends and technological developments. Updated daily at 1:00 pm, Greenwire provides comprehensive and objective coverage of:
  • climate change issues
  • development of wind, solar and other renewable energy
  • fossil fuel resources and development
  • Clean Air Act regulation and litigation
  • electric utility regulation
  • new energy technologies
  • endangered species
  • public lands management
  • water resources

To access content more than four years old, click on the word SEARCH (in red) next to the search box to connect to the Archive Search screen.

Type
Article Index
E-Journal(s)
Coverage
2001 -
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8333
More Information
Access
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MarketLine Advantage

Alternative Titles
MarkeLine Business Information Center
Description
This database is comprised of 4 major components: 1) 10,000+ Company Profiles (includes company overviews, business descriptions, company history, executive listings, and product listings); 2) 2,000+ Industry Profiles (includes 5-year historical and 5-year market forecasts, market segmentations, company/product market shares, major trends/growth points and analysis of each market's competitive landscape); 3) 50+ Country Profiles (includes a description of the country's economic performance and GDP, an assessment of the potential for development, and a detailed market and industry analysis of the country's business environment); 4) News & Comment (Datamonitor analysts' reaction to breaking industry news, including merger and acquisition activity, product launches and regulatory changes, and insight into how these issues will impact both companies and consumers). Use Policy: When using material from this database in reports and presentations, vendor contract requirements dictate that you must include the phrase, "Used with permission of (name of database)."
Type
Database
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8313
Access
Authorized UM users (+ guests in UM Libraries)Authorized UM users (+ guests in UM Libraries)
Subjects

InfoTrac Newsstand

Alternative Titles
InfoTrac Custom Newspapers
Description
Searchable full text database combining articles from 1,000+ newspapers and news wires from around the world, plus some news blogs and television shows. Includes some major U.S. papers (Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Boston Herald, Christian Science Monitor, Denver Post, etc.) but coverage is strongest in English-speaking British Commonwealth countries (Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, etc.). Also includes three major Spanish-language papers from Mexico (El Norte, Mural, Reforma).
Type
Newspaper(s)
Coverage
1996 - (Varies by title)
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8287
Access
Authorized for UM users + guests provided by the Michigan eLibrary (MeL)Authorized for UM users + guests provided by the Michigan eLibrary (MeL)
Subjects

General Reference Center Gold

Alternative Titles
General Reference Center Gold (Gale)
GRC Gold
GRCG
Description
Provides indexing for 1,100 general interest magazines, newspapers, business and industry journals, and reference books, with full text for articles from 700 of them.
Type
Article Index
Coverage
1980 -
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8257
Access
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Subjects

ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry

Alternative Titles
ABI Trade & Industry
Description

Full text access to more than 750 business periodicals and newsletters with a trade or industry focus. Contains publications on every major industry, including finance, insurance, transportation, construction, and many more.

Type
Article Index
E-Journal(s)
Coverage
1971 -
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8225
Access
Authorized UM users (+ guests in UM Libraries)Authorized UM users (+ guests in UM Libraries)
Subjects

Readers Guide Abstracts (with Full Text)

Alternative Titles
Readers' Guide Full Text, Readers Guide Retrospective
Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature
RGA, RGPL, RGFT, RGR
Description

Indexes and briefly summarizes articles from 375 popular periodicals published in the U.S. & Canada, covering current events & news, fine arts, fashion, education, business, sports, health and nutrition, consumer affairs, etc.  Includes full text for many of the articles indexed.

Type
Article Index
Coverage
1890 - (Indexing); 1984 - (Abstracting)
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8221
Access
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Subjects

Factiva

Description

This database offers company and industry financial data and news stories, as well as full text articles in 6,000 trade publications, newspapers, newswires and magazines. Use Policy: When using material from this database in reports and presentations, vendor contract requirements dictate that you must include the phrase, "Used with permission of (name of database)." Traders may not use this database.

Type
Article Index
Stable URL
http://www.lib.umich.edu/database/link/8167
Access
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2013 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Dr. Angela Davis
Teacher, Author, Activist

 

"Impediments to the Dream: The Prison Industrial Complex and the Dream"

Monday, January 21, 2013

2:00 p.m.

Michigan Union Rogel Ballroom

Free and open to the public

Dr. Davis will speak on "Impediments to the Dream: The Prison Industrial Complex and the Dream." Angela Davis, Distinguished Professor Emerita from the University of California Santa Cruz, is internationally known for her decades of work fighting oppression of all forms. She particularly urges us to think about a world without prisons and discusses alternatives to the American prison industrial complex.

After her presentation, Dr. Davis will be signing copies of her recent book, The Meaning of Freedom, which will be available for purchase prior to the talk.

The presentation will be streamed remotely in the Union Pendelton Room, The Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery, The Duderstadt Building Conference room 1180, the Detroit Center, and the College of Arts, Sciences & Letters Building Auditorium (room 1030), U-Μ Dearborn.

The program is sponsored by the University Library, The School of Information, University Housing, The Law Library, the Bentley Historical Library, The Center for Campus Involvement, The Global Scholars Program, the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives, The Office of Multi-ethnic Student Affairs, U-M Dearborn African and African American Studies Program, Women's Studies,Understanding Race Theme Semester Committee, Residence Hall Councils, and Students Organizing Against Prisons.

 

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Last modified: 09/22/2014

Guide to Homeopathy Materials

Taubman Health Sciences Library

Please note that many of the materials in our Homeopathy Collection have been digitally scanned, and their full text is available on line. The search interface for the documents available on line is at the following URL: http://www.hti.umich.edu/h/homeop.

This guide was compiled to facilitate locating Taubman Health Sciences Library’s homeopathic materials. As noted above, many items from this collection have been scanned, and are available on line. The search interface for the documents available on line is at the following URL: http://www.hti.umich.edu/h/homeop. The print materials in the Homeopathy Collection have been stored in various places including: Buhr Shelving Facility at Green and Hoover Streets, the Serials and Microfilms department on the second floor of the south section of the Hatcher Graduate Library, the Taubman Health Sciences Library stacks or Rare Book Room, secondary storage on the second floor of Taubman Health Sciences Library, Hatcher Graduate Library, and Bentley Historical Library. The subjects highlighted by the Guide are presented as illustrations of various topics that are available in the collection and by no means constitute an exhaustive list of materials. For further information, please see the Mirlyn library catalog.

The formerly-used printed card catalog, located on the fifth level near the Technical Processing Office of Taubman Health Sciences Library, has drawers #142 and #143 dedicated to the holdings of both monographs and journals in the homeopathic field, with location annotations in many instances. Researchers should also note that delicate or older materials, when not in the Rare Book Room, may have been moved to a storage area, a change not necessarily accurately reflected in the Mirlyn Online Catalog. (Check with staff at Reference desk.)

HISTORY: The homeopathy collection at the University of Michigan originated in the holdings of the Homeopathic Medical College, first established as part of the University in Ann Arbor in 1875 and conducted concurrently with the allopathic Medical School until 1922. There was also a Homeopathic Hospital in existence locally from 1879 until 1891. For a more complete history see:

 

"The Homeopathic Medical College."  In: The University of Michigan: An Encyclopedic Survey, edited by Wilfred B. Shaw, vol. 2, pp. 1003-1012.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994.  (Also available electronically)

The Making of the University of Michigan 1817-1992, by Howard H. Peckham, edited and updated by Margaret L. Steneck and Nicholas H. Steneck.  Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library, 1997.

 

The collection itself contains items dating from the mid-1800’s to the present day. Of particular interest is the Bradford Homeopathy Collection, which is composed of 1027 pamphlets that detail 75 years of the history and development of the field of homeopathic medicine. Along with the holdings of the former Homeopathic Library, these pamphlets constitute one of the most complete collections on the subject.

Homeopathy (homeo=similar; pathos=suffering) is a system of therapy developed in the early nineteenth century by Samuel Hahnemann, based on the “law of infinitesimal doses” or in similia similibus curantur (likes are cured by likes), which holds that a medical substance that can evoke certain symptoms in healthy people may be effective in the treatment of illnesses having symptoms closely resembling those produced by the substance.1

Click here to view the guide to Homeopathy materials in the Taubman Health Sciences Library

 


 

1. Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing (5th ed.,) Baltimore. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2005.

 

 

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Last modified: 04/04/2011

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