Directory of humanities sites of Irish interest. Categories include Irish Archaeology, Architecture, Archives and Libraries, Art, Geography, History, Irish Language, Literature and Theatre.
A collection of annotated links to general resources. Contains sections devoted to texts online, journals and Medieval and Renaissance links.
Promotes lifelong learning using the humanities as a process of reflection, conversation and action. Features a description of the organization and activities. Also offers a calendar of events and contact details.
Honorary society that recognizes achievement in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities and conducts a varied program of projects and studies responsive to the needs of society. Features publications in PDF format, news, events calendar, as well as lists of members and fellows.
Promotes research, publishing, and teaching in the humanities, with emphasis on the ethical preconditions and purposes of culture and society.
Nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening communities by creating, sponsoring and promoting change.
Dedicated to improving individual and community life through public programs that interpret culture and provide a forum for civic dialogue.
Nonprofit organization supporting research, education and public projects in the humanities.
Daily report of news in art and literature. Includes reviews of new books, essays and articles.
Peer-reviewed interdisciplinary electronic journal of the humanities published quarterly. Features full-text articles, contact details for the editorial board, as well as information for authors.
Private non-profit federation of sixty-six national scholarly organizations. Provides information on ACLS fellowships and grants in all fields of the humanities, publications, and news.
A directory of resources maintained by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Göteborg University, Sweden. Features categories devoted to Architecture, Archaeology, History, Language and Linguistics, as well as general resources.
Lists of Western, Eastern, and contemporary classics, indexed by author and by period and culture.
Anna-Marie Fergusun's illustrations of the works of Le Morte D'Arthur. Features interviews, reviews and a biography, as well as an image gallery.
Many pictures of characters and places mentioned in the Arthurian Legend.
Listing of books on Arthurian artwork, as well as a listing of Arthurian images categorized by artist.
Rackham, Arthur. London: William Heinemann, 1907.
Dedicated to illustrators such as Arthur Rackham, Gustave Dore, William Morris, Aubrey Beardsley, Edmund Dulac, Adrienne Segur, the Pre-Raphaelites and others.
Features Russian Fairy tales about the witch Baba Yaga Boney Legs.
Can Göknil's artistic interpretation of Central Asian and Anatolian myths with Turkish and English texts. Offers essays and image galleries.
Extensive links list to images in art, television, theater, and film.
Features several images of the Bard.
Plays and themes depicted and explained through the visual artworks and writings of artist Hannah Tompkins.
H-Net discussion group that exists to encourage and maintain interest in the use of computers in all types of historical studies. Features subject overview, archive, links to related lists, and subscription information.
Promotes the study of humanistic traditions that derive from the civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near East.
H-Net affiliate dedicated to the study of politics. Features subject overview, archives, search, affiliations, publications, links to related resources, job and career opportunities, and contact information.
H-Net affiliate operates fileserver and discussion lists providing resources and promote communication among scholars in economic history and related fields. Includes services, abstracts, Ask the Professor, reviews, syllabi, directory, encyclopedia, resources, lists, and related sites.