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A selection of German legal journals and commentaries. The EUI Library subscribes to a selection of modules only: Beck Online Premium; GRUR plus; EuZW plus; Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz plus; Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht plus; NJW plus; Sartorius plus; and Schönfelder plus. 

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Journal delivery platform of Berghan Books publishing in the fields of European Studies and Anthropology. The EUI Library subscribes to a selection of titles only.

Bloomsbury Collections contains over 5,000 titles, featuring content from Bloomsbury’s latest research publications. The Library has full access to the 2018 Hart Collection and partially to the 2017 Hart Collection and selected titles form the History Collection.

Books at JSTOR is a platform offering eBooks from many scholarly publishers. The eBooks are integrated with journals and primary sources on JSTOR's platform. The EUI Library subscribes to a selection of titles.

Richly illustrated and with more than 500 entries, the dictionary is a multi-media reference source on the many and various forms of religious commitment. The Brill Dictionary of Religion Online (BDR) covers a wide range of theologies, religions and religious phenomena on a global scale.  

Full-text access to current years (2000 to present) for over 150 Brill and Martinus Nijhoff journals included in Brill's Humanities & Social Science Collection and their Law and Human Rights Collection. Of these titles, users also have full-text access to 75 titles starting from the first issue published, as part of the Brill Journals Humanities & Social Sciences and Law archive collections.

A selection of E-books from publisher Brill covering Humanities and International Law. EUI members have access to more than 500 eBook titles.

Online bibliography of publications on the history of specific businesses and industries operating in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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