Literature & Culture Resource Links
NMSU-A Townsend Library
Fall 2014 Semester Hours
August 21 - December 12
Winter Break: December 14 - 23
January 5 - January 14
Spring Semester Hours begin
- American Studies Recommendations by Richard P. Horwitz
Richard P. Horwitz, a professor at the University of Iowa, presents collection of Internet resources about American studies. Topics include history, literature, popular culture, demographics, material culture, folklore, politics, visual arts, religion, and more.
- American Transcendentalism Web
Links to papers, texts, and notes on American Transcendentalism.
- Anthology of Middle English Literature
E-texts, biographical information, quotations, essays and additional resource lists for wide range of Middle English writers.
- Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
Books and information on literature, reference, and verse.
- Canadian Studies: A Guide to the Sources
Annotated guide to online and print resources on Canadian studies. Includes information on literature, history, culture, and more. Originally appeared as “Canadian Studies: A Core Collection,” in “CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries” in September 1997.
- CLCWeb:Comparative Literature and Culture
CLCWeb is a peer-refereed online learned journal publishing scholarship in the widest definition of the discipline of comparative literature and culture. It combines traditional comparative literature with comparative cultural studies.
- Documenting the American South
Collection of resources on Southern history, literature, and culture from the colonial period through the first decades of the 20th century, compiled by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Academic Affairs Library.
- English Literature: Early 17th Century
E-texts, biographical information, quotations, essays and additional resource lists for early 17th century British writers.
- Literary and Cultural Theory
Directory of WWW resources on literary and cultural theory, provided by the Oxford University faculties of Classical Languages and Literature and Ancient History. Links to journals, Web site directories, and information on individual fields, schools, and theorists.
- NetSerf: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
Web search engine for finding materials on the Middle Ages. Offers links to information on Medieval literature, architecture, music, art, people, philosophy, religion, civilizations, science and technology, culture, drama, history, women, law, and more.
- 19th Century American Literary, Historical, and Cultural Studies
Collection of Web sites on 19th century American literature, history, and culture. Covers colonial information, historic figures, authors and texts, the Civil War, women in 19th century history, and Native American history.
- Online Literary Criticism Collection
The Online Literary Criticism Collection of the Internet Public Library contains 4745 critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period.
- Online Medieval and Classical Library
The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.
- 16th Century Renaissance English Literature
E-texts, biographical information, quotations, essays and additional resource lists for wide range of English Renaissance authors.
- The Victorian Web
Collection offering access to information about Victorian literature, theater, music, entertainment, visual arts, history, culture, and more.
- Voice of the Shuttle: Website for Humanities Research
Portal to thousands of websites for scholarship in the humanities.