Humanities

History and World Cultures

Social Studies Lesson Plans and Resources

Archiving Early America, original newspapers and writings from the 18th century

The Monarchs of Great Britain get their own Web page

An extremely detailed look at Archaic and Classical Greek historv

A Chronology of Russian History, an award-winning site

EuroDocs links to primary historical documents from Western Europe

Library of Hindu History

Reeder's Egypt Page, all about Egyptology

Castles from around the world, with history, photos, layouts and more

Virtual Renaissance: A Journey Through Time

Exploring Ancient World Cultures on the Web

Center for World Indigenous Studies

World Art Treasures assembles over 100,000 slides that shed light on ancient civilizations

Cultural Survival helps indigenous peoples in their relations with other societies

The Labyrinth is a server for Medieval Studies

The World of the Vikings, links to great Viking resources

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, dedicated to archiving Holocaust info

Cultures of the Andes, with music, photos, poems and stories

links to pages with an international flavor

Languages, Literature & Writing

WWWebster Dictionary and Thesaurus

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, Who said What?

Inkspot: Resources For Writers

The Freedom Forum, a major supporter of journalism education

Teachers and Writers Collaborative page

LitLinks, Literary Links on the Web

Links and resources for ESL teachers

Dave's ESL Cafe

Women & Minority Studies

Women's history, with lessons and exercises

National Museum of Women in the Arts exhibits, preserves and researches art by women

American Identities, with links to various ethnic studies resources

K-12 Electronic Guide for African Resources

American minority studies links

Index of Native American Resources on the Intemet

African American Journey, from World Book Encyclopedia

Anthropology & Archaeology

Anthropology Resources on the Internet, a huge links page

Many links to Egyptian Archaeology

A virtual tour of a current dig in Uadi Natrum, Egypt

ArchNet, database of archaeological resources available on the Internet

The Archaeological Adventure Site, fun for all ages

Archaeology: A Primer for Families

Anthropology Resources on the Internet, a huge links page

Many links to Egyptian Archaeology

A virtual tour of a current dig in Uadi Natrum, Egypt

Anthropology Resources on the Internet, a huge links page

Many links to Egyptian Archaeology

A virtual tour of a current dig in Uadi Natrum, Egypt

ArchNet, database of archaeological resources available on the InteMet

The Archaeological Adventure Site, fun for all ages

Archaeology: A Primer for Families

ROMARCH contains resources on the art and archaeology of Italy and the Roman Provinces

Index of Native American Resources on the Internet

African American Journey, from World Book Encyclopedia

ROMARCH contains resources on the art and archaeology of Italy and the Roman Provinces

History & World Cultures

Social Studies Lesson Plans and Resources

Archiving Early America, original newspapers and writings from the 18th century

The Monarchs of Great Britain get their own Web page

An extremely detailed look at Archaic and Classical Greek history

A Chronology of Russian History, an award-winning site

EuroDocs links to primary historical documents from Western Europe

Library of Hindu History

Reeder's Egypt Page, all about Egyptology

Castles from around the world, with history, photos, layouts and more

Virtual Renaissance: A Journey Through Time

Exploring Ancient World Cultures on the Web

Center for World Indigenous Studies

World Art Treasures assembles over 100,000 slides that shed light on ancient civilizations

Cultural Survival helps indigenous peoples in their relations with other societies

The Labyrinth is a server for Medieval Studies

The World of the Vikings, links to great Viking resources

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, dedicated to archiving Holocaust info

Cultures of the Andes, with music, photos, poems and stories

links to pages with an international flavor

Languages, Literature & Writing

WWWebster Dictionary and Thesaurus

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, Who said What?

Inkspot: Resources For Writers

The Freedom Forum, a major supporter of journalism education

The Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) syllabi and teaching materials

LitLinks, Literary Links on the Web

Mark Twain resources

Links and resources for ESL teachers

Dave's ESL Cafe

Many links to Egyptian Archaeology

A virtual tour of a current dig in Uadi Natrum, Egypt

Castles from around the world, with history, photos, layouts and more

Virtual Renaissance: A Journey Through Time

Exploring Ancient World Cultures on the Web

Center for World Indigenous Studies

World Art Treasures assembles over 100,000 slides that shed light on ancient civilizations

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, Who said What?

Inkspot ResourcesForWriters

The Freedom Forum, a major supporter of journalism education

The Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) syllabi and teaching materials

Teachers and Writers Collaborative page

Mark Twain resources

The Digital Dante Project, a multimedia translation

Adam Rifkin's Literary Links Page

Art.Net Links: Literature References with full descriptions

Tons of foreign language links

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, Who said What?

Inkspot: Resources For Writers

The Freedom Forum, a major supporter of journalism education

The Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) syllabi and teaching materials

Teachers and Writers Collaborative page

LitLinks, Literary Links on the Web

Mark Twain resources

The Digital Dante Project, a multimedia translation

Adam Rifkin's Literary Links Page

Art.Net Links: Literature References with full descriptions

Tons of foreign language links