I thought we could use a thread to list all the nice pages we've stumbled upon during our searches
Please remember to add a short description following the link because some of us don't have the time to figure out these Clinton-era layouts
The Modernist Journals Project, website dedicated to the study of modernism and contains digitalizations of some relevant books, essays and journals from the 1890-1922 period, including some classic stuff like The Masses
The Blue Mountain Project, dedicated to the digitalization of Avant-Garde periodicals in many languages
The entire Partisan Review collection, from 1934 to 2003. A great lefty magazine that published stuff from Orwell, Bellow, Dwight Macdonald, Sidney Hook and all those dudes.
The Icelandic Sagas available for download
Database of medieval and classic literature
Monoskop in general is great for the study of arts and the humanities, and it contains a very useful Index of avant-garde and modernist magazines in many languages with download options from external websites (most of which should probably be mentioned ITT as well)
I'm still working my way through my bookmarks, so I'll post more later if this thread doesn't sink with 0 replies
"Who Speaks for the Negro?" was a book by Robert Penn Warren containing interviews he conducted with a number of civil rights leaders and participants like Malcolm X, MLK and Stokely Carmichael. What makes it interesting IMO is how he asks them about a variety of topics including Lincoln, Jefferson, cultural appropriation, if reparations following the Civil War would have worked, and so on. Vanderbilt made this website that contains those interviews in text and audio, correspondence between the participants and RPW, etc.
Libertarian website that contains the works of thinkers from Ancient Greece to today. I always find good versions of the writings of 18/19th century liberal & conservative thinkers here, including some stuff I don't see on Gutenberg and other public-domain websites.
Econ students might find this useful. It's a compilation of links of online lecture notes by economics professors separated by topic (microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, etc.) I bet at least half of those links no longer work though
Maybe this thread will work better if I don't include podcasts and online lectures so I don't know if I'll post more of those, but this is a bretty good podcast on the history of Capitalism made by two academics.
An advanced search engine for Amazon. I use it to avoid sifting through all the shit Amazon wants me to buy for my Kindle, eg. self-published garbage
Thanks for reminding me of her again
Extremely detailed database of Greek gods, characters, stories...
A serbian blog where a guy posts greek, latin and medieval poetry.
A list of book resellers in Zagreb. I found some great stuff there. [Obviously useless if you don't live in Croatia/ex-Yu.]
Free pdfs and epubs
Finnegans Wake Extensible Elucidation Treasury
For nice sounds to listen to while reading or writing
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy