Literary Resources on the Net
"This set of pages is a collection of links to sites on the
Internet dealing especially with English and American literature, excluding single electronic texts, and is limited to collections
of information useful to academics."
Maintained by Jack Lynch.
Calls for Papers
"This page is a bulletin board of calls for papers for scholarly conferences, anthologies and journals in a variety of fields often connected with English departments."
Celebration of Women Writers
"...provides a comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women."
Edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom
Chorus- Resource for Academic & Educational Computing in the Humanities
"...an international "meta-resource" exploring and supporting the use of new media in the arts and humanities. It includes a general reviews section and several topical sections featuring reviews, original research, bibliographies, annotated links and Shockwave demonstrations."
College Writing Programs, UC Berkeley
Princes Grace Irish Library (Monaco) Electronic Irish Records Dataset
"An A-Z reference guide to 4,380 Irish writers in all historical periods ; A complete list of Irish-subject publications since 1990 ; An up-to-date Bulletin of Irish Conferences & Cultural Events ... and much, much more."
English Language and Literature Resources
Maintained by Judy Reynolds, San Jose State University Library
English Literature Resources
Sections include: E-texts ; General English Literature sites ; English Literature Links sites ; Sites about specific authors ; Contemporary writing.
Created to accompany the London School of Journalism's English Literature Distance Learning Course.
Maintained by Ian Mackean
English Literature and Religion
"The main feature of this Web site is a large bibliographical database about religious aspects and backgrounds of English literature, from the Middle Ages to the present century, with primary (though not exclusive) emphasis upon writers within the Anglican tradition."
By William S. Peterson, Professor of English, University of Maryland, College Park
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