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Open Resources in Alcohol Studies

The guide aims to help anyone interested in alcohol -related information for research or any other purposes.

Digital Alcohol Studies Archives

This open access collection provides free access to over 1,000 searchable full texts and images selected from the print collection, digital artifacts, and remnants of the defunct CAS Library and Archives. A collection preserved and partly digitized over eighty years at Yale and Rutgers provides a glimpse into a crucial phase in the history of science: the birth and evolution of modern-day alcohol studies as the Section on Alcohol Studies evolved into the Center of Alcohol Studies from the initial period at Yale (1943-1961) through the successive decades at Rutgers since 1962

The collection is divided into five sections: publications, notable people, special collections, Summer School, and images, with a search portal on the homepage.

Video: Introducing the Digital Alcohol Studies Archives (narrated by Nicholas Allred)

Video: How to use the Digital Archives (narrated by Kate Greenberg)

Video: Introducing the Digital Alcohol Studies Archives


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