Featured Resources for Faculty of Humanities
- Hong Kong, Britain and China, 1841-1951. War and Colonial Department and Colonial Office: Hong Kong, Original Correspondence (via Gale) mainly covers the government documents on colonial Hong Kong from British Colonial Office, Foreign Office, Home Office and War Offices.
- Missionary, Sinology, and Literary Periodicals, 1817-1949 (via Gale) consists of 17 English-language periodicals published in or about China transition from 1817 until the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949.
“This episode sees actress Lily Cole examine four of the 20th century's greatest artists and writers. Lily explores the lives of Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf, Alfred Hitchcock and Andy Warhol - finding out what inspired their most celebrated works, and why they still resonate today.” -- from Alexander Street website
“Incredible ceremonies to mark birth, marriage and death. In the Amazon, a Kayapo family performs rituals to protect a baby from their ancestors' spirits. Modern teenagers in China take part in an ancient match-making festival to find love. A Tuareg couple return to their desert roots for their wedding day. And in Indonesia, the Torajan people stage the most elaborate funerals on Earth. At every turn, rituals connect us with our ancestors in an endless circle of life.” -- from Alexander Street website
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