The Acta Sanctorum Database is an electronic version of the complete printed text of Acta Sanctorum. It can be cross-searched with Patrologia Latina. (Temporarily not accessible from reader's own devices - February 2019)
Warburg Institute readers can sign up for 102 days of offsite access to Artstor on the library network in the first instance, and then log in from their own devices after that. Click 'Enter Artstor Digital Library' and 'Register'. Registering for an account allows students to download and use images in theses and dissertations.
E-book collection. Annual supplement for all titles published in given year. Includes the subseries Brill's Studies in Art, Art History and Intellectual History and Brill's Texts and Sources in Intellectual History.
Links to full list on the Brill website. All ebooks with a green lock sign are available to download.
EEBO contains page images of virtually every work printed in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North America and works in English printed elsewhere from 1473–1700.
Access is provided by Senate House Library. Available through Warburg Institute Library networked computers, and authenticated access for staff and students of the Warburg who are Senate House Library members.
Early European Books traces the history of printing in Europe from its origins through to the close of the seventeenth century, offering full-colour, high-resolution facsimile images of rare and hard-to-access printed sources.
Access is provided by Senate House Library. Available for Warburg staff and students using SAS cards.
Arts and Sciences collections I-XV. Notable titles include: The Journal of the History of Ideas, The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, History and Theory, Modern Language Notes, The Sixteenth Century Journal, Renaissance Quarterly, Representations and Speculum. The journals can be browsed by discipline. Accessible through Warburg networked computers and remotely for Warburg staff and students with SAS/Senate House Library cards.
"prometheus is a distributed digital image archive that currently connects 92 databases from institutes, research facilities and museums on a common user interface. Situated at the Institute of Art History of the University of Cologne, prometheus is supported by the non-profit association prometheus e.V. which promotes the ongoing developments of the digital media for science and research." Accessible via Institute networked computers only. Log in through the Warburg Institute campus log in.