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eBooks from the Chester Fritz Library

ACLS Humanities eBooks

ACLS Humanities E-Book

An online, fully searchable collection of over 5,400 books of high quality in the humanities and related social sciences. Frequently cited in the literature, these titles are recommended by scholars and learned societies and include many prize-winning works. Users may also access online book reviews from leading journals.

  • Search specific titles or authors, browse subjects or browse series
  • Allows unlimited simultaneous users
  • Titles have options to display table of contents, images, reviews
  • Download and e-reader options for each chapter
  • Print / Download 10 pages at a time
  • Export citations
Faculty may link to the book Citable Link permanent URL for courses, e.g. Lost Harvests 
  • Format each link for off campus access
  • Individual chapter downloads do not produce stable links for courses
  • Print chapters for personal research use only; permissions required for course use
Search for ACLS Humanities E-Books two different ways
  • Click on the link below to stay just within that collection portal
  • Use our Library Search and type ACLS Humanities E-Book as a search term


ebook collection (EBSCOhost)

The eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) holds books primarily from the 1990s-2005.  Read eBooks full text on campus.  Off-campus access requires UND e-mail username & password access.

Downloading eBooks to a device to read offline requires:  1) Signing up in the EBSCOhost eBook Collection database.  2) Installing Adobe Digital Editions to allow dowloading of eBooks.  3) Download for between 1-7 days.  (see tabs above for instructions)  The eBook Collection (EBSCOhost ebooks do not work with Kindles at this time.

View selection lists from a few fields below:   Women & Gender Studies, Philosophy & Religion, Political Science & Public Administration, Economics, Technology, Space Studies, & Communication Sciences & Disorders (to give an idea of the range of books in this collection).

Downloading eBooks to Devices for Offline Reading from the eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)

Subject Specific Collections