This guide introduces the different resources to find newspapers in the University Library. It focuses on a range of electronic packages we subscribe to, as well as a number of free public sites available via the internet.
Current newspapers including business and financial news
Historical newspapers from the 17th to 20th centuries
News broadcasts incorporating television and radio news channels
External newspaper sources incorporating other libraries and websites external to the University
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advice from a librarian.
Summon retrieves newspaper articles from most of our databases. Search for your topic and use the left hand filters to select Newspaper Article as the Content type.
Use the Publication date option to search across specific months or years.
You can use the advanced search to identify a specific newspaper in which to search; type in the name and select Publication Title from the drop down menu.
You can use the Journals A-Z list on the front page of Summon to check to which newspapers the University subscribes.
This list will also tell you which newspaper archive each title is hosted by, so you can choose the most relevant one for your research.
Advice on how to cite a newspaper item is available in our APA 7th referencing guide .
This includes information on how to cite online newspaper articles accessed from a newspaper website or found through a library database (e.g. Summon or International Newsstream).
Credit: A male and female 'daruma' in a domestic setting, the man reads a modern newspaper. Colour woodcut by Yoshitoshi, 187-.
Wellcome Collection. Public Domain Mark