A quite comprehensive bibliography that "cumulates citations appearing in Biblio-Notes: Issued by the English and American Literature Section of the Association of College & Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association."
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"This is a collection of public domain and open access documents with a focus on American and English literature as well as Western philosophy. Its purpose is to help facilitate a person’s liberal arts education."
The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment website deals with literature that considers the relationship between human beings and the natural world. It covers the genres of literary nonfiction, nature poetry, and environmental fiction, including ecofeminism.
An extremely large collection of pointers to material on English literature. Organized by period and by author. Maintained by Mitsuharu Matsuoka at Nagoya University, Japan. No search engine but includes an alphabetical index.
A subject guide to scholarly material in Anglo-American language and literature. Maintained at the State and University Library of Gñttingen. Resources are catalogued using a set of Dublin Core metadata.
Founded in 1990 as the English Server, it provides an alternative niche for work on a range of topics including art, politics, cultural & literary theory, drama, feminism, film television, etc. It is a member-run cooperative.
"This list provides links to sites discussed in an essay entitled 'Literature in Electronic Format:The Traditional English and American Canon,' by Joanne Gates, published in the April 1997 issue of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, v. 34, no. 8, pp. 1279-1296." Unusual in that it also includes links to publishers of commercial electronic products.
A website devoted to the intersection of literary studies, cognitive theory, and neuroscience. It includes abstracts, reviews, work in progress, a bibliography and links to conferences and other related web sites. Maintained by Alan Richardson at the University of British Columbia.
founded in 1947 at the University of Charlottesville in order to promote interest in books and manuscripts, maps, printing, the graphic arts and bibliography, and textual criticism. It publishes Studies in Bibliography. http://etext.virginia.edu/bsuva/sb/
A web site that includes a great deal of material on printing and publishing history. It contains links to many organizations, exhibits, projects, conferences, teaching resources, journals, etc. dealing broadly with the history of the book.
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