Following are links to related humanities and literary resources, which include references to online
text archival projects, scholarly journals,
syllabi and teaching materials, discussion lists,
bibliographic information, library collections, and general information.
- The Voice of the Shuttle Humanities Research Page:
Includes among other resources a
Modern British and American Literature
(University of California, Santa Barbara).
Literary Resources on the Net:
Highlights literary resources, including
and 20th-Century British and Irish
collections (Rutgers University).
- HNet, Humanities Online: Provides
resources for scholars, teachers, and students in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Michigan State University).
- Electronic Archives for
Teaching the American Literatures:
CEPACS (Center for Electronic Projects in
American Culture Studies): Contains resources for teaching "the multiple literatures of the United States"
- The Yahoo Literature Collection: Links to author websites, journals, mailing lists,
genre collections, institutes, and more.
Includes sections on Wolfe the author and the man; common questions about Wolfe;
news and announcements of upcoming events, contests, awards, and calls for papers;
information on The Thomas Wolfe Review and the Thomas Wolfe Society; and links to other pertinent sites.
www.timelesshemingway.com: Provides biographical/bibliographical information, photographs, and links to other
Hemingway online resources (Josh Silverstein).
This page updated December 4, 2003.
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