This brings the grand total of titles in the HEB collection to 3,987. A comprehensive downloadable title list, including ISBN numbers and subject headings, can be found here: http://humanitiesebook.org/the-collection/default.html.
With this latest release, we are increasing HEB’s offerings in American and European History, Biblical Literature, Film and Media Studies and Legal History, among other areas.
Highlights of the release include:
- Dozens of titles recommended by HEB’s newest contributing societies, the American Academy of Religion, the American Society for Environmental History and the World History Association. Please visit our blog to read more about these collaborations.
- Twenty-seven volumes from the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization’s ongoing series Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry (recommended for inclusion by the Association for Jewish Studies). More information about this new HEB series is available here.
- Twenty-six books published by the Medieval Academy of America.
- Forty-six prize-winning books that have received awards from ACLS’s constituent learned societies.
As always, all new additions represent titles of enduring value that have been carefully vetted and recommended by scholars.
MARC records and cataloging data for all titles in the collection are available for download on our website. Subscribers may download either a zip file containing 322 records for our newly released titles or a cumulative zip file containing 3,784 records corresponding to all 3,987 titles now live in the collection. (Note that one record may cover multiple volumes of the same title.)
New subscribers or those who have not recently updated their MARC records for the collection should download acls1-10.zip (3,784 records corresponding to the 3,987 in rounds 1-10, online as of August 2013).
In order to add MARCs only the latest round of titles, please download the file acls10.zip, which includes 322 records for the 327 books added in August 2013.
If downloading the new records only, please bear in mind that a number of titles are being removed in this round and that you may wish to manually remove the corresponding MARC records from your library catalog. A list of all titles removed from the collection to date, including the 33 books removed in this round, can be found here: http://humanitiesebook.org/help/for-librarians.html#Anchor-Titles-11113.