Below is a Credo Reference Press Release on the expansion of M.E. Sharpe content.
Credo Reference, the award-winning online reference service, has signed an agreement to expand the M.E. Sharpe content offered on the Credo Reference platform. Researchers will now have access to the added content as a Credo Reference Publisher Collection and the forthcoming Subject Collections.
M.E. Sharpe publishes social sciences and humanities resources, including titles in economics, political science, management and public administration, history and literature. Like all Credo Reference Publisher Collections, the M.E. Sharpe Publisher Collection is available for perpetual purchase or subscription.
Titles in the M.E. Sharpe Publisher Collection:
- Archetypes and Motifs in Folklore and Literature: A Handbook
- Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Women
- Civil Disobedience: An Encyclopedic History of Dissidence in the United States
- Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America
- Dictionary of Media and Communication
- Encyclopedia of Education and Human Development
- Encyclopedia of Religion and Violence
- Encyclopedia of Swearing
- Financial History of the U.S.
- Guide to Islamist Movements
- Handbook of Contemporary Behavioral Economics
- Handbook of Cultural Intelligence
- Research and Discovery: Landmarks and Pioneers in American Science
- Science, Religion, and Society: An Encyclopedia
- Storytelling: An Encyclopedia of Mythology and Folklore
- World Folklore for Storytellers: Tales of Wonder, Wisdom, Fools, and Heroes
“We are delighted to expand our offerings through the Credo Reference service,” commented Donna Sanzone, VP & Director of New Product Development at M.E. Sharpe. “The first five titles we integrated in the Credo General Reference Collection were so well received that it made sense to expand our offerings to the Publisher and Subject Collections. Now libraries can choose the best way to provide their researchers with these exceptional resources.”
“M.E. Sharpe has a proven knack for coming up with excellent titles and content that resonates with today’s students and researchers in both the humanities and social sciences.” added John Dove, Credo President. “It is wonderful for Credo Reference to have the opportunity to bring a much broader set of M.E. Sharpe reference works to our market.”