Jus Mundi is a database for international law and arbitration. The legal content in Jus Mundi is gathered from three key sources: partnerships with international organizations, contributors, and local public sources.
All e-books in Literature, Cultural and Media Studies published in 2019-2024 by Palgrave and Springer. Access to the books in this collection is provided until December 22, 2024. After this date a selection of titles will be purchased. The selection will be based on the usage statistics. For more information, please contact Pieter van Leeuwen.
Full-text access to more than 16.000 e-books published by Taylor & Francis and Routledge from 2021 until today, covering 30 subjects across the Humanities and Social Sciences. Access is provided until December 19, 2024.
In January 2025, based on the usage statistics a selection of these books will be purchased and therefore remain accessible. If there is a specific book that you would like to remain available after December 2024, for example because it is required reading in a course, please contact your Faculty Liaison.