Basic sites | Ancient World | Medieval & Renaissance
| 18th & 19th Century | 20th Century
History: American and British (Rutgers University)
- Lists several hundred history-related resources organized by type and subject.The stated purpose of the site is to provide an organized "structure for the scholarly resources of American and British history available on the Internet."
- The Avalon Project at Yale Law School
- Searchable database of documents relevant to law, diplomacy, politics, economics, and history. Documents are arranged by date: pre 18th century, 18th, 19th & 20th century; and topically under Major Collections: Ancient, Medieval, & Renaissance; Spanish-American Diplomacy, Nuremberg War Crimes Trials; Cold War; Presidential Papers etc.
- History Guide
- This model site created by librarians and historians at the state and university library at Göttingen, Germany serves as a major gateway to scholarly information in history. The site links to over 1400 resources that are described and evaluated.
- In the First Person: Index to Letters, Diaries, Oral Histories, and Other Personal Narratives
- Indexes over 2,500 collections of oral history from archives and repositories around the world. Links to full text, audio or video if available. Much of the content is freely available on the Web. Proprietary content from the Alexander Street Press database is available only by subscription.
- WWW Services for Historians (Assoc. for History & Computing)
- Links to comprehensive indexes (e.g. Yahoo), information on grants and conferences, and links to international www servers.
WWWVL The World Wide Virtual Library: World History Index
- Has resources organized by era, region, and subject.
- Yahoo's List of History Sources
- Extensive links to sources on all aspects of history.
- Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
- Searchable site offering course materials, translations of original sources, critial materials, images, archives of a related discussion list, etc.
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures
- Provides essays and primary texts, images, and a chronology focusing on Asia, the Middle East, Greece, Rome, and Medieval Europe.
- Perseus Digital Library
- Excellent site for texts, images, maps, and historical information on the ancient world. Also includes teaching materials.
Medieval & Renaissance
- Grover Furr's Medieval History and Literature Page
- Covers medieval history, literature, art, music, culture, Chaucer, Middle English and other medieval literatures. Helpful for its evaluative annotations.
- The Labyrinth
- Georgetown University's collection of online resources for the study of the Middle Ages. Covers medieval literature, history, art and culture, and contains electronic texts, teaching resources, and professional information.
- Gateway site to medieval resources. Site categories cover archaeology, art & architecture, Arthuriana, civilizations, culture, drama, literature, music, people, philosophy, religion, science & technology, and women.
- ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
- A site designed for medieval scholars and students. Provides textbooks and other classroom resources, an encyclopedia, original texts, related links, and peer-reviewed articles.
- Renaissance: What Inspired This Age of Balance and Order?
- Attractive site which provides brief discussions and related links concerning the major events and developments during the Renaissance, including exploration, printing, science, the arts, etc.
Eighteenth and nineteenth century
- Eighteenth Century Resources
- Select list of annotated sites helpful to the scholar or student. Areas covered includes the arts and humanities, history, religion, science, and primary texts.
The Victorian Web
- This collection of links goes beyond the literary to include materials on art, science, religion, and philosophy of the period.
- Conversations With History
- Interviews with prominent individuals worldwide on a variety of topics, including economics, politics and the military, the law, culture and society, etc. Users can find interviews by name, profession, topic, and date.
- Internet Modern History Sourcebook
- Focuses on Western civilization, especially European and American history. Offers primary source materials as well as selected links to related sites.
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