Now Screening: Around the World in 22 Periodicals
Now Screening highlights NYPL's recent electronic resource acquisitions. This month: the digital runs of several national and international newspapers and magazines. Publishers Weekly Digital Archive is available at any NYPL location. All other titles are available at any NYPL location, or remotely using your library card.
This summer, the New York Public Library added a bevy of new magazine and newspaper titles to its collection of online resources. These new acquisitions are international in scope, covering nine cities, six countries, and three continents. Whether you're interested in WWII-era Russia or last year's Chanel couture runway, the only passport you'll need is your library card.
See the map and list below for more details and related resources.
Chinese Newspapers Collection (1832-1953)
English-language newspapers, mostly from Shanghai and Beijing, including the North China Herald, Peking Daily News, and Shanghai Times. For coverage of Hong Kong, see the South China Morning Post (1903-1996).
Harper's Bazaar Archive
New York, NY, 1867-present. And for more fashion content, be sure to browse the Vogue Archive and Women's Wear Daily Archive. Note: Because this resource is newly-released, not all issues have been loaded thus far.
Japan Times Archives
Tokyo, Japan, 1897-2015. Japan's oldest English-language newspaper.
Pravda Digital Archive
Moscow, Russia, 1912-2015. This is the digitized Moscow edition, in the original Russian language and Cyrillic characters. For information on other Russian publications, try Russian National Bibliography.
Publishers Weekly Digital Archive
New York, NY, 1872-2016. Includes reviews, contemporary prices, bestseller lists, and feature articles. For additional coverage of the historical book trade, see The Bookman. You can also find more book reviews in titles like the New York Review of Books and London Review of Books. Note: Because this resource is newly-released, not all issues have been loaded thus far.
Looking for something else? For more international periodicals, browse NYPL's historical newspaper, international newspaper, and magazine/journal/serial databases. Or, search for a particular title in our online catalog.