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  • Voice of the Shuttle - Portal maintained by Alan Liu of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Features a history of the project, news and offers visitors the opportunity to participate by becoming volunteer editors.
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  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 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.
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  • American Council of Learned Societies - 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.
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  • Arts and Letters Daily - Daily report of news in art and literature. Includes reviews of new books, essays and articles.
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  • Australian Humanities Review - 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.
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  • California Council For The Humanities - Nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening communities by creating, sponsoring and promoting change.
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  • Center for the Humanities - Supports individual teaching and research projects as well as serves as a communications resource for school programs and activities at Wesleyan University. Information on lecture series and the Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship.
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  • CTI Centre for Textual Studies - Features links to resources in Literature, Linguistics, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Classics, Film Studies, and Theater Arts. Also offers a calendar of events and publications. Hosted by the Humanities Computing Unit at the University of Oxford.
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  • Emily's Page for the Humanities - A collection of annotated links to general resources. Contains sections devoted to texts online, journals and Medieval and Renaissance links.
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  • The EServer - Serves as a broad resource for a wide variety of literature-related materials, including text archives of both prose and poetry, fiction and non-fiction, as well as and other types of literature resources.
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  • Humanities - Collections by subject--provided by Stanford University.
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  • Irish Resources in the Humanities - Directory of humanities sites of Irish interest. Categories include Irish Archaeology, Architecture, Archives and Libraries, Art, Geography, History, Irish Language, Literature and Theatre.
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  • Modern Humanities Research Association - Promotes advanced study and research in the field of the modern humanities, especially modern European languages and literatures (including English).
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  • National Humanities Institute - Promotes research, publishing, and teaching in the humanities, with emphasis on the ethical preconditions and purposes of culture and society.
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  • Penn Humanities Forum - University of Pennsylvania hosted program that provides a common ground for interdisciplinary exchange through cultural programs, fellowships and seminars. Features information on the program, calendar of events and links to related resources.
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  • The Stanford Electronic Humanities Review - Online version of the semi-annual interdisciplinary journal. Includes full contents of recent issues.
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  • Utah Humanities Council - 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.
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  • Virgin Islands Humanities Council - Nonprofit organization supporting research, education and public projects in the humanities.
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  • Washington Commission For The Humanities - Dedicated to improving individual and community life through public programs that interpret culture and provide a forum for civic dialogue.
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  • The WWW Virtual Library: Humanities - A directory of resources maintained by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Göteborg University, Sweden. Features categories devoted to Archaeology, History, Philosophy, Religion, and academic departments, as well as general resources.
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