Music Magazine Archive is a series of digital collections focused on 20th- and 21st-century genres such as rock, folk, and hip-hop & rap. Each genre-based collection contains full issues of a diverse and influential group of magazines.
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The Ann Arbor campus has acquired access to InnovationQ, a powerful intellectual property analytics tool that helps you understand and optimize your company’s intellectual property.
The U-M Library has acquired the Esquire Magazine Archive. This archive includes cover-to-cover images of each issue from number one in October 1933 through March 2014 of the American popular men's magazin
Ebook content that was previously hosted on ebrary or EBL (Ebook Library) has now been migrated to ProQuest Ebook Central. This new ebook platform provides access to nearly 200,000 ebooks on a single platform. The public interface is very similar to ebrary, so if you have used books on
The University Library is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016-2017 U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award.
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Tastemaker International: Ira Deutchman and the Art & Business of Independent Cinema
Ira Deutchman loves movies. He's spent the better part of the last forty-five years watching, studying, distributing, marketing and producing them. As a film marketer, he has half-jokingly said that his job is to get butts into seats, and he is a master of doing just that. Since the mid-1970s, when he joined influential indie and foreign film distributor Cinema 5, his impact on shaping and influencing the taste of American filmgoers interested in specialty films has been enormous.
The inclusion of Deutchman’s papers into the University of Michigan’s Screen Arts Mavericks & Makers collection makes a concrete connection in our understanding of what a filmmaker does and how an audience gets to see it. He has worked with fellow U-M mavericks Robert Altman, John Sayles, Alan Rudolph and Nancy Savoca and strengthens our sense of what makes their work unique and compelling.
The Musical Festivals Database (MFD) is a fully-searchable index of programs, personnel, ensembles and venues of musical festivals held in Great Britain between 1695 and 1940. The MFD currently contains searchable records for over 500 festivals.
Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll! Celebrate the life of one of the founding fathers of rock and roll, Chuck Berry, by exploring his artistic output and other materials about him.
The University of Michigan celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2017. The University Library marks this milestone with exhibits, lectures, publications, and more. This list features signature library activities as well as cross-campus collaborations in which the library is a key partner.
All library events are free and open to the public.
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Units across campus will be looking back at U-M’s past contributions and challenges and looking ahead to its next century and the state of public higher education in the United States. View a listing of bicentennial events taking place across campus.