The Sugar Hill Gang, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, and other hip-hop pioneers feature in the newly digitized material from Cornell University.
The George Eastman Museum’s Technicolor Online Research Archive has newly digitized documents from 1914 to 1955, chronicling the development of Technicolor film.
Stanford University’s Global Medieval Sourcebook is a new online compendium of English translations for overlooked Middle Ages texts.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new digital archive features playbills, photographs, videos, audio, and ephemera from a century and a half of theatrical history.
The Brooklyn Historical Society’s oral historian discusses the museum’s new online platform for audio.
Launched in February by Frank Cifaldi, the Video Game History Foundation is racing to preserve ephemeral gaming material and the physical documentation of video games.
An exhibition at Nurture Art features evolving collections of art and testimony from people too often left out of official histories.
Europeana Radio is a new platform to access thousands of historic tracks from audio collections in European libraries, universities, and other institutions.
The Digital Penn Museum is a new portal to thousands of objects, videos, lectures, and other archives of the institution for archaeology and anthropology.
The British Library exhibits selections from its archive on Victorian entertainment, all collected by the 19th-century magician Evanion.
The National Archives launches an online resource of GIFs from its collections of historic film, photography, art, and animation.
A new online archive revisits George Legrady’s 1973 photography project about the Cree communities of James Bay, Quebec.