African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century is a digital collection of some 52 published works by 19th-century black women writers. A part of the Digital Schomburg, this collection provides access to the thought, perspectives and creative abilities of black women as captured in books and pamphlets published prior to 1920. A full text database of these 19th and early 20th- century titles, this digital library is key-word-searchable. Each individual title as well as the entire database can be searched to determine what these women had to say about "family", "religion", "slavery" or any other subject of interest to the researcher or casual reader. The Schomburg Center is pleased to make this historic resource available to the public.
ejournals from Virgina Tech.
Alex Catalogue of Electronic Text
...a collection of digital documents collected in the subject areas of English literature, American literature, and Western philosophy.
American Studies @ The University of Virginia
Provides both classic and forgotten texts of cultural significance.
ATHENA - Pierre Perroud
E-texts edited at ATHENA: mainly French and Swiss authors and documents...(and) nearly 10'000 links to books on philosophy, science, classics, literature, history, economics, etc. Multilingual. Several Search programs on author, title, language, words, etc.
Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
Bartleby.com publishes thousands of free online classics of reference, literature and nonfiction.
Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE
The Berkeley Digital Library SunSITE builds digital collections and services while providing information and support to digital library developers worldwide.
Bible Gateway - Search multiple versions of the Bible in nine different languages. Search by keyword, location, or concept.
Bibliomania: Free World Literature online with more than 2,000 Classic Texts.
British National Corpus
The British National Corpus (BNC) is a 100 million word collection of samples of written and spoken language from a wide range of sources, designed to represent a wide cross-section of current British English, both spoken and written.
BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Selected Internet Resources
BUBL LINK is the name of a catalogue of selected Internet resources covering all academic subject areas and catalogued according to DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification). All items are selected, evaluated, catalogued and described. Links are checked and fixed each month. LINK stands for Libraries of Networked Knowledge.
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA)
From our award-winning Internet Database Service, providing access to more than 80 databases, to our widely-read print journals, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) offers precision tools engineered to make conducting your research precise, quick, and cost-effective.
Cambridge University Press - North America
Welcome to Cambridge Journals Online: a new service designed to give you full access to leading Cambridge University Press Journals. This valuable reference source is all available at the touch of a button and is currently absolutely free to all users at the registered domain of institutions where a full price institutional subscription to the paper journal has been purchased.
Candlelight Stories - Children's Stories, Audiobooks, eBooks and Games
Candlelight Stories publishes illustrated children's stories, audio stories, animations, learning games and contests. We accept story and art submissions.
CELT: The online resource for Irish history, literature and politics
CELT is the online resource for contemporary and historical Irish documents in literature, history and politics in UCC, Ireland.
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH)
Center for the Book in the Library of Congress
The Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, created by an Act of Congress (Public Law 95-129) in 1977, was established to stimulate public interest in books, reading, and libraries and to encourage the study of books and print culture.
Clocktower Books - Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Noir and Suspense Fiction - Free Fiction and RocketEditions for Sale.
Clocktower Fiction provides free quality original fiction for avid readers.
Corpus of M.E. Prose and Verse
The Middle English Compendium has been designed to offer easy access to and interconnectivity between three major Middle English electronic resources: an electronic version of the Middle English Dictionary, a HyperBibliography of Middle English prose and verse, based on the MED bibliographies, and an associated network of electronic resources, including a large collection of Middle English texts. Hypertext links offer quick connections between, e.g., an MED citation, bibliographical information about its source, and an electronic version of the source, if one is included in the collection (we hope eventually to have electronic versions of all the source texts).
COPAC Home Page: University Research Library Catalogue
COPAC provides FREE access to the merged online catalogues of 20 of the largest university research libraries in the UK and Ireland.
A growing hypermedia archive of materials dedicated to Boccaccio's Masterpiece.
Documenting the American South Main Page
Documenting the American South (DAS), an electronic collection sponsored by the Academic Affairs Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, provides access to digitized primary materials that offer Southern perspectives on American history and culture. It supplies teachers, students, and researchers at every educational level with a wide array of titles they can use for reference, studying, teaching, and research.
Early English Books Online
Among the thousands of titles featured in EEBO are works by Malory, Bacon, More, Erasmus, Boyle, Newton, Galileo; musical exercises by Henry Purcell and novels by Aphra Behn; prayer books, pamphlets, and proclamations; almanacs, calendars, and many other primary sources.
Early Manuscripts at Oxford University
Digital facsimiles of complete manuscripts, scanned directly from the originals. The project forms part of the Specialised Research Collections in the Humanities initiative supported by the Higher Education Funding bodies of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland under the direction of the Non-Formula Funding Committee. Beginning with collections of Celtic manuscripts from several Oxford libraries, and subsequently extended to include a broader range, the project is creating high resolution digital images, which are stored on the Oxford University Hierarchical File Server, and made available over the international networks.
Early Modern Literary Studies: Electronic Texts
This section is a gathering of links to select electronic texts of fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth century materials which are on the Internet, as well as others which have bearing upon this time period. Unless otherwise noted, all texts are presumed to contain basic HTML encoding.
Education Policy Analysis Archives
Education Policy Analysis Archives, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal.
This page, along with a list of other eighteenth-century resources, is maintained by Jack Lynch of Rutgers -- Newark.
Electronic Journals from the Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Tech
Electronic Text and Multimedia Collections: UW-Madison Libraries
Electronic Text Center -- University of Virginia
The Electronic Text Center's holdings include approximately 45,000 on- and off-line humanities texts in twelve languages, with more than 50,000 related images (New! Ebooks are here for the Microsoft Reader and the Palm Pilot!)
English Short-Title Catalogue (ESTC)
When complete, will contain bibliographic records for virtually every item printed in England, or in any of England's dependencies, 1473-1800. From Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research.
European Literature - Electronic Texts
This page lists Internet sources for literary texts in the western European languages other than English. Translations are mentioned only when they are included in collections of original language texts, or when they are themselves of interest. Collections are listed more or less in order of size; indivdual authors are listed alphabetically.
Links to the electronic sites of major journals around the world, cooperating with the World Wide Web-Virtual Library to provide access for libraries and scholars to online literature.
HARRASSOWITZ E-Journals Resource Guide
eLibrary is now HighBeam™ Research eLibrary has been significantly upgraded and is now part of HighBeam™ Research. HighBeam™ Research delivers sophisticated research tools for serious business, education and personal research with convenient, customizable access to the free Web, selected online services and HighBeam™ Research’s proprietary eLibrary database.
Historical Library: Electronic Text Project
With the collaboration of Richard H. Siderits, M.D., the Historical Library is making available through the Web several popular medical texts of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. This project was conceived and undertaken by Dr. Siderits, M.D., of the Helene Fuld Medical Center, Trenton, New Jersey with the assistance of a project team. Using rare books provided by the Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, Yale University, Dr. Siderits had the full texts converted to electronic form through keying or by scanning.
Humanities Text Initiative
The Humanities Text Intitiative, a unit of the University of Michigan's Digital Library Production Service, has provided online access to full text resources since 1994. The Humanities Text Initiative (HTI) is an umbrella organization for the creation, delivery, and maintenance of electronic texts, as well as a mechanism for furthering the library community's capabilities in the area of online text.
IDEA is an electronic journal created for the exchange of ideas related mainly, to cults, mass movements, autocratic power, war, genocide, democide, holocaust, and murder.
IPL Online Texts Collection
The IPL Online Texts Collection contains over 16,000 titles that can be browsed by author, by title, or by Dewey Decimal Classification.
Italian literature in HTML
Little Red Riding Hood Project: Home Page
Welcome to the Little Red Riding Hood Project, a text and image archive containing sixteen English versions of the fairy tale. The Little Red Riding Hoods presented here represent some of the more common varieties of the tale from the English-speaking world in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. The materials were drawn from the de Grummond Children's Literature Research Collection at the University of Southern Mississippi.
A comprehensive anthology and guide to English literature of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Lyrical Ballads Bicentenary Project: Contents
The Lyrical Ballads Bicentenary Project was created in 1998 by Ronald Tetreault of Dalhousie University and Bruce Graver of Providence College to celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of the first publication of Lyrical Ballads by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Making of America
Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. The collection currently contains approximately 8,500 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints. The project represents a major collaborative endeavor in preservation and electronic access to historical texts.
MATEO - editio theodoro-palatina online
So far, the emphasis of the MARABU series is on illustrated books containing portraits, emblems, fables and maps, on writings of and about women humanists and on sources of the history of the Palatinate. The digital facsimile color reprints are accompanied by an introduction and a table of contents. These are designed to serve a wide public.
National Academy Press
Read over 2,500 books online. The National Academy Press (NAP) was created by the National Academies to publish the reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council, all operating under a charter granted by the Congress of the United States.
NBER Digest OnLine
Online version of the NBER Digest, containing summaries of selected NBER Working Papers.
As the world's premier provider of electronic books (eBooks), netLibrary helps academic, public, corporate, and private libraries create a richer, more productive learning environment for their patrons. By combining the time-honored traditions of the library system with electronic publishing, netLibrary offers an easy-to-use information and retrieval system for accessing the full text of reference, scholarly, and professional books. netLibrary's goal is to be the world's largest distributor of eBooks, making thousands of titles globally accessible through the Internet.
Old English Pages
An encyclopedic compendium of resources for the study of Old English and Anglo-Saxon England.
Now part of ORB, the On-Line Reference Book for Medieval Studies.
Other Digital Library Projects (About Project Runeberg)
Project Runeberg comes to you from LYSATOR at Linköping University in Sweden.
Together, we are building the Internet's biggest center for Nordic literature!
Personalized Online Electronic Text Services (POETS)
The POETS project promotes intercultural communication and English language learning by means of electronic text.
The Internet Directory of Publications(sm); An online directory containing bibliographic information on over 150,000 serials and periodicals.
Religious and Sacred Texts
By David A. Wiley II.
Renaissance Dante in Print (1472-1629)
THIS EXHIBITION presents Renaissance editions of Dante's Divine Comedy from the John A. Zahm, C.S.C., Dante Collection at the University of Notre Dame, together with selected treasures from The Newberry Library. The Zahm collection ranks among the top Dante collections in North America.
Renaissance Electronic Texts
Renascence Editions is an effort to make available online works printed in English between the years 1477 (when Caxton began printing) and 1799. These texts have been produced with care and attention, but are not represented by the publisher as scholarly editions in the peer-reviewed sense. They are made available to the public for nonprofit purposes only. The publisher and general editor is Richard Bear at the University of Oregon.
SARA - Scholarly Articles Research Alerting
SARA - Scholarly Articles Research Alerting - is a service designed to deliver by email, tables of contents for any issue of Carfax, Martin Dunitz, Psychology Press, Routledge, Spon Press or Taylor & Francis journals to anyone who has requested the information. This service is completely free of charge.
(SCETI) Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image
We were established in 1996 in Penn's Special Collections Library to provide the scholarly community with web access to virtual facsimiles of original texts, documents, and sources from Penn's collections. These include printed books, manuscripts, photographs, maps, broadsides, ephemera, and recorded sound.
The Brown University Women Writers Project
The Brown University Women Writers Project is a long-term research project devoted to early modern women's writing and electronic text encoding. Our goal is to bring texts by pre-Victorian women writers out of the archive and make them accessible to a wide audience of teachers, students, scholars, and the general reader. We support research on women's writing, text encoding, and the role of electronic texts in teaching and scholarship. Thier Title-Level URLs for WWO.
The Charrette Project (Princeton University)
The Charrette project is a complex, scholarly, multi-media electronic archive containing a medieval manuscript tradition--that of Chrétien de Troyes's Le Chevalier de la Charrette (Lancelot, ca. 1180). It is developed and maintained by the Department of Romance Languages, Princeton University.
The Electronic Sermo Lupi ad Anglos
This edition allows you to point-and-click your way to a better understanding of one of the most important and powerful sermons of the Anglo-Saxon world. The Sermon of the Wolf to the English was composed by Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York and Bishop of Worcester, in approximately AD 1014, under the pseudonym Lupus.
The Middle English Collection
at the Electronic Text Center, UVa.
Search all publicly-accessible Middle English texts.
The On-Line Books Page
The On-Line Books Page is a directory of books that can be freely read right on the Internet. Over 16,000 to choose from. Search.
The Stoa Consortium
A consortium for electronic publication in the humanities.
The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War
The Valley of the Shadow is an electronic archive of two communities in the American Civil War--Augusta County, Va. and Franklin Co., Pa. The Valley Web site includes searchable newspapers, population census data, agricultural census data, manufacturing census data, slaveowner census data, and tax records. The Valley Web site also contains letters and diaries, images, maps, church records, and military rosters. The first part Web site focuses on the coming of the Civil War, the second on the Civil War battles and homefront, and the third part on Emancipation and Reconstruction after the war. The Valley project is a University of Virginia research project funded in part by the National Endowment of the Humanities.
(This and more historical text projects from IATH :: Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities - Research link).
The Victorian Women Writers Project
The goal of the Victorian Women Writers Project is to produce highly accurate transcriptions of works by British women writers of the 19th century, encoded using the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). The works, selected with the assistance of the Advisory Board, will include anthologies, novels, political pamphlets, religious tracts, children's books, and volumes of poetry and verse drama. Considerable attention will be given to the accuracy and completeness of the texts, and to accurate bibliographical descriptions of them.
The World of Dante
The World of Dante offers a hypermedia environment for the study of the Inferno. This project is designed to appeal to the different purposes of a wide range of readers, not simply those with scholarly interests. This version of the Inferno is generated by software from a densely encoded electronic text. Unlike other versions of the poem presently online, this copy of the Inferno has been tagged using SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language).
United Nations Scholars' Workstation Home Page
The United Nations Scholars' Workstation, developed by the Yale University Library and the Social Science Statistical Laboratory, is a collection of texts, finding aids, data sets, maps, and pointers to print and electronic information.
Univ. of Vermont, Hope Greenberg: Ovid Project
The importance of such classical authors as Ovid to the art, music, and literature of western civilization is legendary, yet many are not familiar with the original works that have provided this inspiration. The University of Vermont's rare book department contains an extensive collection of illustrated works of Ovid. Included are several editions of engravings by the 17th century German artist, Johann Wilhelm Bauer, depicting 150 scenes from the Metamorphoses. Each scene has a brief description in both Latin and German. Some plates from a 1640 edition of the translation done by George Sandys are also available.
University of Virginia Library
(Check out Electronic Centers and Electronic Collections.)
Welcome to Project Runeberg
Project Runeberg publishes Nordic literature on the Internet since 1992.
Welcome to the Library Electronic Text Resource Service
The Library Electronic Text Resource Service (LETRS) provides humanities-related electronic texts to the IU-Bloomington community on the internet and in the LETRS Humanities Computing Lab in the Main Library. LETRS also works to build and support a user community adept at the creation and use of electronic texts. LETRS also supports the electronic text components of Indiana University's Digital Library Program projects and initiatives.
Welcome to the TEI Website
In December of 2000, a new consortium was established to sustain and develop the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). Initially launched in 1987, the TEI is an international and interdisciplinary standard that helps libraries, museums, publishers, and individual scholars represent all kinds of literary and linguistic texts for online research and teaching, using an encoding scheme that is maximally expressive and minimally obsolescent.
Welcome to The William Blake Archive
A hypermedia archive sponsored by the Library of Congress and supported by the Preservation and Access Division of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sun Microsystems and Inso Corporation. With past support from the Getty Grant Program and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.