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" interactive network sponsored by (but not limited to) the American Comparative Literature Association."

Electronic Text Collection in Western European Literature
"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 [sic] authors are listed alphabetically."

The Fantastic in Art and Fiction
"Sponsored by Cornell Universityís Institute for Digital Collections (CIDC) this image-bank provides a visual resource for the study of the Fantastic or of the supernatural in fiction and in art. While the site emerges from a comparative literature course on the topic at Skidmore College, it is also intended to open the door to consideration of some of the constant structures and patterns of fantastic literature, and the problems they raise. In this sense, the materials presented here may find a use among students in a variety of disciplines ... Approximately 300 images from over 80 books reside in this database. They may be perused by subject via the links on the homepage and in the navigation bar at the bottom of each page."

Franco-Italian On-Line Archive (FIOLA)
"...will be a database of all texts written in mixed French and Italian language from its earliest examples in the twelfth century to the Renaissance."
Directed by Leslie Zarker Morgan, Dept. of Modern Languages and Literature, Loyola College of Maryland and David P. BÈnÈteau, Associate Professor of Italian, Seton Hall University.

The Internet Classics Archive

The Online Books Page
"The On-Line Books Page is a directory of books that can be freely read right on the Internet. It includes: An index of thousands of on-line books on the Internet, Pointers to significant directories and archives of on-line texts, Special exhibits, and more!"
Edited by John Mark Ockerbloom

The South Asian Literary Recordings Project
"...the project has captured the readings of prominent South Asian poets, novelists, and playwrights. The authors recorded so far represent more than fifteen of the languages of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh."
- Library of Congress New Delhi Office

World Treasures of the Library of Congress: Beginnings
"The Library of Congress international gallery starts with 'Beginnings,' an exploration of how world cultures have dealt with the creation of the universe and explained the heavens and the earth."
Sections include: Introduction ; Creating ; Explaining and Ordering ; Recording the Experience.

Currents in Electronic Literacy
" an electronic journal for the scholarly discussion of issues pertaining to electronic literacy, widely construed. We seek to publish work addressing the use of electronic texts and technologies in reading, writing, teaching, and learning in fields including but not restricted to: literature (in English and in other languages), rhetoric and composition, languages (English, foreign, or ESL), communications, media studies, and education. We are especially interested in work that takes advantage of the hypertext possibilities afforded by our World Wide Web publication format, as well as in articles concerning the use of emergent electronic technologies."

The Red Critique: Marxist Theory and Critique of the Contemporary
Spring 2001-
"...aims at red-ing social and cultural theory for new revolutionary praxis. THE RED CRITIQUE will publish theoretical essays engaging issues from labor to sexuality; from (cyber)colonialism to emerging forms of fascism; from health care and the welfare-state to 'globalization';..."

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