In addition to archiving African-American history and culture, the Amistad Research Center also holds information about many other minority groups. This page's links go to the Center's manuscript collection, several art collections, traveling history exhibits, and library.
Collection of over 1,000 images related to 1) the experiences of Africans who were enslaved and transported to the Americas and 2) the lives of their descendants in the slave societies of the New World.
Online access to The Irish World Wide, a collection of essays whose intent was to map out the scope of Irish Diaspora Studies, explore the academic disciplines that might contribute, and map out gaps in our knowledge and possible further developments.
Includes: 1) an electronic library, 2) online forums, 3) professional directories and news, 4) online bibliographies, 5) an online "university" of teachers and scholars available for electronic conferencing, and 6) an archive of pedagogical tools.
The Net's most extensive private-sector no-charge legal content provider with ALL sorts of material including a legal dictionary/encyclopedia, court rules, case transcripts, and information from the national judicial college.
Electronic community focused on geometry and math education. It has links to resources such as the Coalition of Essential Schools, a Web-based lesson on vectors, a geometry listserv, and more. An excellent site for educators and students.
Contains impeccable employment resources and intriguing art. Its roughly 45,000 job opportunities from over 700 corporations can be browsed manuallyor searched by keyword as you're entertained by an eclectic collection of bright and beguiling creatures. Several other impressive features, such as a resume database, employer profiles, an employment E-zine, and career fair updates, will take your mind off the unemployment line.
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL). TESOL's mission is to develop and maintain professional expertise in English language teaching and learning for speakers of other languages worldwide.
Hanover College's History Web site. The principal goal of Texts and Documents is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in classes. The Hanover Historical Texts Project goal is to scan and make available texts that would be used in history and humanities courses.
A library of over 6,800 theological thesis/dissertation titles representing research from as many as 70 different institutions. Titles may be ordered online through our search and order system or by downloading a TREN Database. TREN also makes available conference papers presented at annual meetings of several academic societies.
A database that combines the records from the Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database and the Joint Transport Research Centre's International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database.
Provides access to letters, diaries, newspapers, speeches, and census records from 1859 to 1870 for two communities, one Northern (Franklin County, Pennsylvania) and one Southern (Augusta County, Virginia).
Links to selected government documents, information technology, dictionaries, thesauri, acronyms, phone books and area codes, maps and travel information, science data, calendars and time zones, ZIP, and International Country Codes, plus other reference sources. From Purdue University's library.
A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion: syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, listserv discussion groups, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc. The purpose of the resources is to encourage and facilitate the incorporation of electronic resources into teaching.