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Digital Renaissance:  Digital Resources for Studying and Teaching the Early Modern

If you have any resources you'd like added (or any links that don't work), please contact Laura Estill.


By Dorothee Golz



Bibliographies that are part of this page:

Early Modern Digital Resources


Selected Bibliography of Secondary Sources


A Meta-Bibliography of Existing Lists for Digital Early Modern Studies

Websites that list websites of interest

Textual Studies 1500-1800 (Kevin Curran)

Of Pilcrows (Claire M. Bourne)

Anchora: Resources and Links (Adam G. Hooks)

Digital Resources for the Teaching of Shakespeare (Cyrus Mulready)

Warwick History List of Links to know before you go to archives

Folger Shakespeare Library links

Shakespeare & Theatre History Links (ShiNe: Shakespeare in Europe)

Texts, Manuscripts, Paleography (Jay Treat)

U of Reading Early Modern Studies Links

Textual Scholarship (Caroline MacĂ©)

Early Modern Hub (Sharon Howard)

Manuscript and Early Modern Literature Research page 

Connected Histories (metasearch of online resources)





^www.savagechickens.com (Doug Savage)



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