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Past Institute participants have found the following websites helpful in the pursuit of their research projects and as a means of community building.

Libraries & Research Centers

Bibliographical Society of America

Bibliothèque Nationale

The British Library

Center for British Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder

Center for Renaissance and Baroque Studies at Maryland

The Center for Renaissance Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at Toronto

Centre for Research in Early English Drama

Committee for Early Modern Studies at Penn State

Herzog August Bibliothek

The Huntington Library

The Library of Congress

The Newberry Library

The Public Record Office Online

Research Institute of Irish-Scottish Studies

Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies

Washington Collegium for the Humanities

 

Electronic Texts

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

   The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's online first edition of Shakespeare.

The E-Text Center at the University of Virginia

EuroDocs: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe

The Perdita Project

   Digitized MSS from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Project Bartleby Archive

   Online full text versions of selected books.

 

Listservs

Ficino

   An interdisciplinary Renaissance listserv.

H-Albion

   The H-Net discussion network for British and Irish history.

The Milton-L home page

Shaksper

   The global electronic Shakespeare conference.

SHARP-L

   The electronic conference for the history of print culture.

 

Journals

Early Modern Culture

   An electronic seminar. An interactive, online journal for conversation and exchange.

Early Modern Literary Studies:

   An online refereed journal for scholarly discussion and research.

Exemplaria:

   A journal of theory in Medieval and Renaissance studies.

Renaissance Forum

   An electronic journal of early modern literary and historical studies.

 

Other Resources

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS)

City University of New York's Renaissance Studies Program

Columbia University Interdepartmental Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Early Modern Culture Links

Early Modern England Source

Early Modern English Dictionaries Database (EMEDD)

EDICTA: Early Dictionaries/Dictionnaires Anciens

HoBo: History of the Book @ Oxford

Holy Cross' Interactive Shakespeare

Luminarium

National Endowment for the Humanities

National Humanities Alliance

1995-1996 NEH Performance Institute

North American Conference on British Studies

The Renaissance Society of America

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

St. Andrews Reformation Institute

Voice of the Shuttle

   Web page for humanities research.



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