Gale Literature Resource Center Additions Boost DEI Coverage

| By Gale Staff | Gale is excited to announce the inclusion of more than 2,000 additional entries in the Gale Literature Resource Center, drawn from 10 titles that were selected based on their unique perspectives that include both American and international experiences, often with an emphasis on first-person narratives. Most of these titles make … Read more

New Titles for Gale OneFile, May 2022

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Aesthetic Surgery Journal Open Forum (Oxford University Press) Peer-Reviewed Antibody Therapeutics (Oxford University Press) Peer-Reviewed FEMS Microbes (Oxford University Press) Peer-Reviewed International Journal of Accounting, Economics, and Finance Perspectives (International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines) Peer-Reviewed microLife (Oxford University Press) Peer-Reviewed Gale OneFile: Health and … Read more

Has the U.S. Capitol Been Attacked Before?

| By Gale Staff | The U.S. Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, prompted by President Donald Trump after his loss in the 2020 presidential election, and the subsequent trials of President Trump’s supporters and right-wing militia group leaders accused of committing criminal activities, including those of rioters who committed violent attacks on Capitol police during the … Read more

The Legacy of Poet Emily Dickinson

| By Sarah Robertson | When American poet Emily Dickinson died in relative obscurity on May 15, 1886, her groundbreaking body of work stood unpublished and unrecognized. Today, Dickinson is regarded as a pivotal figure in American poetry, and her works are celebrated for their departure from literary conventions and their challenge of societal norms. … Read more

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Teaching Moments Found in Primary Sources

| By Gale Staff | From a contemporary Western perspective, it’s easy to take for granted our democracy and basic freedoms, since for most Americans our current form of government is all we’ve ever known. But what happens when your democracy is threatened in its infancy—just 31 years after your country manages to break away … Read more

New Titles for Gale OneFile, April 2022

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile AIMS Neuroscience (AIMS Press) Peer-reviewed Brazilian Journal of Health and Biomedical Sciences (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro- Uerj) Peer-reviewed iilwandle zethu: Journal of Ocean Law and Governance in Africa (Sabinet Online) Peer-reviewed International Journal of Disability and Social Justice (Pluto Journals) Peer-reviewed Neutrosophic Computing and … Read more

Support Childhood Resiliency

| By Kathleen J. Edgar | When life’s stresses seem overwhelming, do you ever wonder what it would be like to be a kid again, living a carefree life, full of fun and games, playing outdoors, free of responsibilities? That idyllic life of cheerfulness and enjoyment may exist in your mind, but it is not … Read more

Gale Releases Who’s Who Among African Americans: 37 Edition

| By Tara Atterberry and Jessie Carney Smith | As we approach the release of Who’s Who among African Americans: 37th Edition, Gale advisor and dean of the library and Camille Cosby Distinguished Chair in the Humanities at Fisk University Jessie Carney Smith provides an invaluable service by developing lists of notable and upcoming African … Read more

New Name, Same Unique Package: Gale Research Complete

| By Gale Staff | Words have meaning and names have power. For Gale’s largest subscription package, both are true. That’s why as of April 1, 2022, Gale Access Program (North America) and Gale Reference Complete (International) will have one unified name: Gale Research Complete. Gale’s academic team has thoughtfully considered this name change to … Read more

Literary Milestones in Women’s History

| By Carol Schwartz, Senior Content Developer, Gale | As the end of International Women’s History Month approaches, Gale would like to take a moment to recognize a few milestones in women’s literary history. Early eleventh century: Japan’s Murasaki Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji is considered by many to have been the first novel. 1648: … Read more