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Social Sciences WWW Resource List (A - F)

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  • Abyssinia CyberSpace Gateway
    http://abyssiniagateway.net/
    [A resource for creating and supporting an Abyssinia Cyber Community (ACC) that will serve the interests and needs of people in, from, or concerned with the region of East Africa which includes the nations of Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Somaliland.]
  • ABZU Regional Index: Mesopotamia (Oriental Institute, U. Chicago, USA)
    http://www-oi.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/RA/ABZU/ABZU_REGINDX_MESO.HTML
    [An index of resources for the study of ancient Mesopotamia, including the territory under the control of the modern state of Iraq and parts of Iran, Syria, and Turkey.]
  • Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ANU, Australia)
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/~assa/
    [The membership of the Academy comprises those who have achieved a very high level of scholarly distinction, recognised internationally. The Academy is an autonomous, non-governmental organisation, devoted to the advancement of knowledge and research in the various social sciences. There are three other learned Academies in Australia, that of Humanities (AAH), Science (AAS) and Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE). The four Academies cooperate through the National Academies Forum.]
  • Administrative Science Quarterly (Cornell University, USA)
    http://www.gsm.cornell.edu/ASQ/asq.html
    [A print journal in the field of organizational theory. Publishes articles, both empirical and theoretical, that contribute to understanding all types of organizations, including business, government, health, military, and educational. Also publishes high quality dissertation research in organizational studies.]
  • Alchemy Web Site (Glasgow, Scotland)
    http://www.levity.com/index.html
    [A mega-site that offers texts and information on alchemy as represented in the literatures of many cultures.]
  • Alex: A Catalogue of Electronic Texts on the Internet (U. California, Berkeley)
    https://angellier-biblio.univ-lille3.fr/ressources/documentsenligne.doc
    [A searchable e-text database authored by Eric Lease Morgan.]
  • American Communication Association Server (U. Arkansas, USA)
    http://www.uark.edu/depts/comminfo/www/ACA.html
    [A professional organization in USA for scholars, students, and practitioners in the field of communication studies. The site provides information about the organization, a collection of materials on communication law and U.S. constitutional issues, resources for teaching and research in communication studies, and a reference resource page for scholars and activists.]
  • American Life Histories (Library of Congress, USA)
    http://lcweb2.loc.gov/wpaintro/wpahome.html
    [Written by staff of the Folklore Project of the Federal Writers' Project for the US Works Progress (later Work Projects) Administration (WPA) from 1936-40. The collection includes 2,900 documents representing 300 writers from 24 states. Typically 2,000-15,000 words in length, the documents consist of drafts and revisions, varying in form from narrative to dialogue to report to case history. They describe the informant's family education, income, occupation, political views, religion and mores, medical needs, diet and miscellaneous observations.]
  • American Political Science Association (USA)
    http://www.apsanet.org/
    [Professional society for individuals engaged in study of politics and government. APSA brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors. Most APSA members are scholars who teach and conduct research in colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad, but one-fourth work outside academe in government, research, organizations, consulting firms, the news media, and private enterprise. Links to 33 specialized research areas of the organization.]
  • American Sociological Association (USA)
    http://www.asanet.org/
    [Founded in 1905, ASA is a non-profit membership association dedicated to advancing sociology as a scientific discipline and profession serving the public good. With over 13,200 members, ASA encompasses sociologists who are faculty members at colleges and universities, researchers, practitioners, and students. About 20 percent of the members work in government, business, or non-profit organizations.]
  • American Studies Web (Georgetown U., USA)
    http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/asw/
    [A well organized resource for study of USA history, culture, and society.]
  • Amnesty International
    http://www.amnesty-usa.org/
    [The USA page of the human rights organization, which provides links to other national and regional sites of the organization.]
  • Ancient History, Links to (Houston, Texas, USA)
    https://www.socialstudies.com/c/ancientlinks.html
    [A well-organized and selective set of links maintained by Joe Shetler at GHG Corporation.]
  • Animal Behavior Society (Indiana, U., USA)
    http://www.animalbehavior.org/ABS/
    [A professional research society. Site offers newsletter, membership information, internet resources.]
  • Anthropology, Department of Cultural (Uppsala U., Sweden)
    http://www.antro.uu.se//
    [Local academic information, WWW archaeology links.]
  • Anthropology Resources Page (U. South Dakota, USA)
    http://www.usd.edu/anth/
    [Topically browsable and keyword searchable, with a What's New page. Particularly strong on US plains region and Native American resources.]
  • Anthropology - WAIS Index for UK Social Anthropology Theses (Oxford U., UK)
    http://www.rsl.ox.ac.uk/cgi-bin/wais-dis.pl
    [Keyword searchable data base.]
  • Anthropology and Ecology, Department of (U. Geneva, Switzerland)
    http://anthropologie.unige.ch/
    [Local academic information and WWW links.]
  • Applied Anthropology Computer Network - ANTHAP (Oakland U., USA)
    http://www.acs.oakland.edu/~dow/anthap.html
    [A variety of resources and professional society links for practitioners of applied anthropology.]
  • Archaeological Sciences, Department of (U. Bradford, UK)
    http://www.brad.ac.uk/acad/archsci/homepage.html
    [Local academic information, reports of research groups, WWW archaeology links.]
  • Archaeology Resources (U. Bradford,UK)
    http://www.brad.ac.uk/acad/archsci/subject/archaeo.html [This meta list with resources relevant to Archaeology is part of a service maintained by the Department of Archaeological Sciences.]
  • Archival Data Online Repository (U. Wisconsin, USA)
    http://dpls.dacc.wisc.edu/archive.html
    [A growing collection of datasets available for downloading and conducting secondary analysis by Social Science researchers. The unique list of titles reflects the archival holdings of the Data and Program Library Service at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, established in 1966 to maintain data resources for the use of local researchers.]
  • ArchWeb: WWW Server Nederlandse Archeologie (Leiden U., Netherlands)
    http://archweb.leidenuniv.nl/archweb_gb.html
    [A project initiated by several Dutch archaeological organizations to provide an archaeological information service on the Internet. Currently supervised by the Foundation for Dutch Archaeology (SNA).]
  • Arctic Circle - The Peoples & Environment (U. Connecticut, USA)
    http://arcticcircle.uconn.edu/
    [The overall goal of Arctic Circle is to stimulate among viewers a greater interest in the peoples and environment of the Arctic and Subarctic region. It has three interrelated themes: natural resources; history and culture; social equity and environmental justice.]
  • Art and Architcture (Carnegie Mellon U, USA)
    http://eserver.org/art/
    [Topical links for art and architecture on The English Server. Related links are available on the Cultural Theory, Multimedia, and New Stuff pages reachable from the main index of The English Server.]
  • ArtServe
    https://rubens.anu.edu.au/index2.html
    [A large database that includes 27,000 images of art and architecture. On a secure server (in order to comply with copyright law and enforce a tarriff schedule) at Australian National University.]
  • ArtSource (U. Kentucky, USA)
    http://www.artsource.net.au/
    [Networked resources on Art and Architecture. The content is diverse and includes pointers to resources around the net as well as original materials submitted by librarians, artists, and art historians.]
  • ARTFL - Research on the Treasury of the French Language (U. Chicago, USA)
    http://humanities.uchicago.edu/ARTFL/ARTFL.html
    [ARTFL is a cooperative project of the Institut National de la Langue Française (INaLF) of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the Divisions of the Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Chicago.]
  • Association for History and Computing (Groningen U., Netherlands)
    http://odur.let.rug.nl/ahc/
    [An organization dedicated to the use of computers in historical research.]
  • Association for Information Systems (U. Pittsburgh, USA)
    https://aisnet.org/
    [A new professional organization whose purpose is to serve as the premier global organization for academicians specializing in Information Systems. Their mission is to advance knowledge of how the use of information technology can lead to improved organizational performance and individual quality of work life.]
  • AusArts - ANU Institute of Arts Library Server (ANU, Australia)
    http://online.anu.edu.au/ITA/
    [Site gives access to resources of the Institute and its library, the Canberra School of Art, the Canberra School of Music, and the Australian Centre for the Arts and Technology.]
  • Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (U. Melbourne, Australia)
    http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/aahpsss/aahpsss.htm
    [Newsletters of the association are posted at the site.]
  • Australian Indigeneous Languages
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVLPages/AborigPages/LANG/LangHome.html
    [A World-Wide Web Virtual Library site with topically organized links to resources in the form of dictionaries, vocabularies, sound and song, libraries and databases, and language policies.]
  • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (Government of Australia)
    http://www.aiatsis.gov.au
    [A wealth of Australian Indigenous culture and language.]
  • Australian Science Archives Project (ASAP) (U. Melbourne, Australia)
    http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/
    [ASAP was established in March 1985 to locate, sort, list and index the archival records of Australian scientists and scientific institutions. Site includes exhibits, links on history of science.]
  • Australian Sociological Association Web Site - TASA (U. of Newcastle, Australia)
    http://www.newcastle.edu.au/department/so/tasa/
    [This site provides links to resources on sociology of a national and international interest. Information on Australian sociology as well as links to many social science sites. Some topics covered include careers in sociology, health sociology, and the sociology of food.]
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  • Bible Gateway
    http://bible.gospelcom.net/bible?
    [A Christian site sponsored by Gospel Communications Network (GCN). Searchable Christian Bible database.]
  • Blackwell Guide to Sociology Resources (UK)
    http://www.blackwellpublishers.co.uk/socres.htm
    [Pointers to internet resources of interest to sociologists. Maintained by Bradley Nash Jr. at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA). Categories include: Selected WWW Starting Points, Topical WWW Sociology Resouces, Electronic Journals, Professional Associations, Electronic Discussion Groups.]
  • British Library of Political and Economic Science
    http://www.blpes.lse.ac.uk/
    [A major social science library housed at LSE -- The London School of Economics and Political Science.]
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  • Canadian Economic History Server (U. of British Columbia, Canada)
    http://www.arts.ubc.ca/cliocan/clionet.html
    [A site for economic historians with particular interests in quantitative economic and social history.]
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization - CMCC
    http://www.civilization.ca/cmcchome.html
    [The CMCC comprises two national museums: the Canadian Museum of Civilization (Quebec) and the Canadian War Museum (Ottawa). The web-site also offers a virtual museum.]
  • Catalan Highway - La Infopista
    http://vilaweb.com/english.html
    [Catalan information resources: Economia, Ordinadors, Internet i Xarxes, Politica i Govern, Pagines Individuals, Societat, Universitats, Comunicacio, Cultura i Llengua, Ensenyament i Ciencia, Geografia i Turisme Virtual, Mapes de Recursos.]
  • Census Bureau, USA
    https://www.census.gov/
    [Department of US government, offical statistics, databases.]
  • Center for Indigenous Knowledge for Agriculture and Rural Development - CIKARD (Iowa State U., USA)
    http://www.eldis.org/organisation/A2887
    [CIKARD's purpose is to collect indigenous knowledge and make it available to development professionals and scientists. It concentrates on indigenous knowledge systems (such as local soil taxonomies), decision-making systems (such as knowledge of which crops are best suited to particular types of soils), organizational structures (such as farmers problem-solving groups), and innovations (such as local methods for pest control).]
  • Center for Integrative Study of Animal Behavior
    http://www.cisab.indiana.edu/
    [An interdisciplinary research and teaching unit of Indiana U. (USA) that includes the Departments of Biology and Psychology and the Program in Neuroscience.]
  • Center for Research in International Migration and Ethnic Relations - CEIFO (U. Stockholm, Sweden)
    http://www.ceifo.su.se/
    [An inter-disciplinary research unit at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Its research programme covers international migration, ethnicity, nationalism, xenophobia and racism, ethnic relations, immigration policies and refugee reception models.]
  • Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research
    http://www.fsk.ethz.ch/
    [Forschungsstelle für Sicherheitspolitik und Konfliktanalyse is a unit of CIS, the Center for International Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich (= ETH or Eidgenössiche Technische Hochschule).]
  • Center for Social Science Computation and Research - CSSCR (U. Washington, USA)
    http://augustus.csscr.washington.edu/
    [A computer resource center providing facilities and support exclusively for social science departments at the U. of Washington. However, some links are freely available.]
  • Center for the Study of the American South (U. of North Carolina, USA)
    http://www.unc.edu/depts/csas/
    [A university research and teaching unit.]
  • Center for the Study of Language and Information - CSLI (Stanford U., USA)
    http://www-csli.stanford.edu/csli/index.shtml
    [CSLI was founded in 1983 by researchers from Stanford U., SRI International, and Xerox PARC for research and development of integrated theories of language, information, and computation.]
  • Center for the Study of Southern Culture (U. Mississippi, USA)
    http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/south/
    [A university research and teaching unit indended to contribute to scholarship on every aspect of US southern regional culture, and encouraging public understanding of the South through publications, media productions, lectures, perfomances, and exhibitions.]
  • Centre for Applied Ethics (U. British Columbia, Canada)
    http://www.ethics.ubc.ca/
    [The site features information about the Centre and about numerous sub-disciplines of Applied Ethics, including Health Care Ethics, Business Ethics, Professional Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Media Ethics, and Computer Ethics.]
  • Centre for Economic Performance - CEP (LSE, UK)
    http://cep.lse.ac.uk/
    ["The CEP is inter-disciplinary and primarily aims to examine: firstly, why some firms persistently succeed while others do not; and secondly, at the level of the nation, why some countries' economies work better than others. So far, there has been a concentration on labour economics (employment, unemployment, wages, labour markets), industrial relations (unions, management, human resources), corporate performance (productivity, competition, innovation) and training and education (skills provision, training systems). Pioneering developments have also been made in international economic theory and theories of transition."]
  • Centre for Rural Social Research (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
    https://www.csu.edu.au/research/ilws/publications/centre-for-rural-social-research
    [Web resources on rural social issues, rural change, rural community development and allied topics.]
  • Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing - CSAC (U. Kent, UK)
    http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/
    [Site offers an Ethnographics Gallery, searchable databases, links.]
  • CHASS - Computing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
    http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/
    [A good example of a general resource facility for academic students and faculty at the University of Toronto. Includes a limited set of topically organized but non-annotated links to internet resources.]
  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library (Calvin College, USA)
    http://www.ccel.org/
    [A major source for classic Christian texts in electronic format.]
  • CIA World Factbook (CIA, USA)
    http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/
    [Annually updated reference work prepared by US "intelligence" agency.]
  • CIESEN - Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (USA)
    http://www.ciesin.org/
    [CIESIN was established in 1989 as a non-profit, non-governmental organization to provide information to help scientists, decision-makers, and the public. CIESIN specializes in global and regional network development, science data management, decision support, and training, education and technical consultation services. CIESIN is the World Data Center A (WDC-A) for Human Interactions in the Environment.]
  • Classics Archive, The Internet (MIT, USA)
    http://classics.mit.edu/
    [A searchable collection of almost 400 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation) with user-provided commentary.]
  • Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology Server (U. Michigan, USA)
    http://rome.classics.lsa.umich.edu/welcome.html
    [Extensive list of links and searchable database of resources of interest to classicists and Mediterranean archaeologists.]
  • Club of Rome, The
    http://www.ClubOfRome.org/
    [Members are one hundred individuals from 52 countries and five continents. They are intended to represent different educations, philosophies, religions and cultures, different professional backgrounds and expertises. They are united by a common concern -- the future of humankind -- and study major issues affecting the world.]
  • Cognitive and Psychological Sciences on the Internet (Stanford U., USA)
    http://www-psych.stanford.edu/cogsci/
    [This is an index to Internet resources relevant to research in cognitive science and psychology. It is maintained in cooperation with The Data Archive at the U. of Essex, UK, and the Stanford University Psychology Department. The index does not cover clinical psychology, psychiatry, on-line support groups, and other practical fields related to mental health.]
  • Cognitive Science (Lund U., Sweden)
    http://lucs.fil.lu.se/
    [Site of a university department where research focuses on concept formation, cognitive semantics, neural networks, autonomous agents and metaphor theory.]
  • Cognitive Science Program (Indiana U., USA)
    http://www.psych.indiana.edu
    [A university teaching and research unit.]
  • Colegio Oficial de Psicologos (Spanish Association of Psychologists)
    http://www.cop.es/
    [The Association was formed in 1980 and is the national body which represents the interests of the science and profession of Psychology in Spain. Main objectives: support to associated psychologists and the representation and defense of their interests in the society, the promotion and the improvement of the professional psychological career and the looking after the maintenance of the psychologists ethical principles. More than twenty five thousand associates.]
  • College Writing Programs (U of California at Berkeley, USA)
    http://writing.berkeley.edu/
    [Information on writing courses, faculty, students, ESL, and other writing resources. Includes CHORUS resources for computer assisted teaching of writing and language skills.]
  • Commission on Global Governance
    http://www.cgg.ch/
    ["The Commission has long been a major supporter of the United Nations, a constructive critic of its shortcomings and a loud, clear voice on the need for reform."]
  • Conflict Archive on the INternet - CAIN (U. Ulster, UK)
    http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/
    [Part of a two-year project that aims to develop a collaborative multi-media database of resources relevant to teaching and research on the Northern Ireland conflict. The CAIN file server will provide a platform for mounting resources specific to the Northern Ireland 'Troubles' held within the partner institutions, elsewhere in the region, and in other countries. The CAIN Project will also act as a gateway to network resources on ethnic conflict on the Internet through its close association with INCORE (INitiative on COnflict Resolution and Ethnicity). One of the objectives of the project is to develop a resource which will be of benefit not only to researchers, but also to lecturers preparing and delivering undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes in conflict studies. However, its content would also be relevant to courses in other areas of the humanities and social sciences.]
  • Complexity On-line (Charles Sturt U., Australia)
    http://complex.csu.edu.au/complex/
    [A scientific information network about complex systems. Access to sites and publications, including the Complexity On-line Journal.]
  • Conflict and Cooperation, The University of California Institute on Global (U. California at San Diego, USA)
    http://www-igcc.ucsd.edu/
    [A multi-campus Research Unit encompassing nine UC campuses and two National Laboratories.]
  • Coombspapers - ANU Social Sciences Anon. FTP Archive (Australian National U., Australia)
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/CoombswebPages/Coombspapers.html [Oldest and most extensive Social Sciences and Asian Studies File Transfer Protocol site.]
  • Coombsweb - ANU Social Sciences Server (Australian National U., Australia)
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/CoombsHome.html
    [Top index page of the Social Sciences and Asian Studies networked research facility built around ftp, wais, e-mail and WWW technologies.]
  • Council of European Social Science Data Archives - CESSDA (CESSDA, Norway)
    http://www.nsd.uib.no/cessda/
    [CESSDA promotes the acquisition, archiving and distribution of electronic data for social science teaching and research in Europe. It encourages the exchange of data and technology and fosters the development of new organisations in sympathy with its aims. It associates and cooperates with other international organisations sharing similar objectives. The CESSDA home pages allow easy access to the catalogues of member organisations and provide a central news forum about its activities and other relevant information.]
  • Cultural Studies and Critical Theory (Carnegie Mellon U., USA)
    http://eserver.org/theory/
    [Cultural Studies draws from the fields of anthropology, sociology, gender studies, feminism, literary criticism, history and psychoanalysis in order to discuss contemporary texts and cultural practices. The site is sub-unit of The English Server and offers links for Cultural Studies.]
  • Cultural Studies Virtual Library (Brazil)
    http://www.prossiga.br/estudosculturais/pacc/pacc.html
    [An Internet compiler of online information for Cultural Studies researchers. In it you will find detailed information on congresses and seminars; articles; printed, electronic and on-line periodicals; conventional and virtual libraries; scientific associations and research institutions; non-governmental organizations; research support agencies; libraries and publishing houses; bibliographies; chats; lists and newsgroups. This VL was created by PROSSIGA and is developed by PACC (Advanced Program of Contemporary Culture) of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In Portugese (Biblioteca Virtual de Estudos Culturais) and English.]
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  • The Data Archive (U. Essex, UK)
    http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/
    [The Data Archive at the U. of Essex houses the largest collection of electronically accessible computer-readable data in the social sciences and humanities in the UK. It is a national resource centre, founded in 1967, and now houses approximately seven thousand datasets of interest to researchers in many different disciplines.]
  • Data on the Net (U. California at San Diego, USA)
    http://odwin.ucsd.edu/idata/
    [Searchable or browseable collection of 772 Internet sites of numeric Social Science statistical data, data catalogs, data libraries, social science gateways, and addresses.]
  • Database for Swiss Cultural Heritage - DSCH
    http://www.dsk.ch/
    [The DSCH is a research institution of the Swiss Academy for Humanities and Social Sciences and offers databases and on-line publications concerning the arts and culture in Switzerland.]
  • Defence and International Security Studies, Centre for (Lancaster U., UK)
    http://www.cdiss.org/
    [An inter-disciplinary research centre based in the Department of Politics and International Relations.]
  • Demography Program Home Page
    http://coombs.anu.edu.au/Depts/RSSS/Demography/demog-home.html
    [A site at the Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS) of Australian National U.]
  • D E S I R E - Development of a European Service for Information on Research and Education (Netherlands)
    http://www.desire.org/
    [One of the largest projects funded in the Telematics for Research Sector of the Fourth Framework Programme funded by the European Union. The partners in DESIRE have been at work since January 1996 on a series of related tasks which extend the technology of the WWWW and implement pilot information services on behalf of European researchers.]
  • DharmaNet (USA)
    http://www.dharmanet.org
    [Buddhist interest group in Berkeley, California, USA. Information to support Buddhism inspired practice outside traditionally Buddhist world regions.]
  • Digital Images for the Visual Arts Project - DIVA (U. Monash, Australia)
    http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/visual_culture/projects/diva/
    [Australian and Aboriginal art resources. A service of the Faculty of Arts.]
  • Duke Papyrus Archive (Duke U., USA)
    http://odyssey.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/
    [The Duke Papyrus Archive provides electronic access to texts about and images of 1,373 papyri from ancient Egypt. The target audience includes: papyrologists, ancient historians, archaeologists, biblical scholars, classicists, Coptologists, Egyptologists, students of literature and religion and all others interested in ancient Egypt.]
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  • E-Conferences, Directory of Scholarly and Professional
    http://www.n2h2.com/KOVACS/
    [Keyword searchable list compiled by Diane K. Kovacs and The Directory Team.]
  • E-HAWK
    http://www.e-hawk.com/
    [Military history mega-site. Subscription required for some services and information.]
  • Earthwatch
    http://www.earthwatch.org/
    [A coalition of citizens and scientists, organized as a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1972, and one of the world's largest private sponsors of scientific field research projects. Supports work to sustain the world's environment, monitor global change, conserve endangered habitats and species, and foster world health and international cooperation.]
  • ECOLU - Info Human Ecology Server (U. Geneva, Switzerland)
    http://ecolu-info.unige.ch/
    [Information about the Centre universitaire d'écologie humaine de l'Université de Genève includes news of conferences, colloquia, research and publications.]
  • Economic Indicators, USA (Census Bureau, USA)
    http://www.census.gov/econ/www/
    [Latest indicators for USA economy.]
  • Economic Planning Agency, Government of Japan
    http://www.epa.go.jp
    [Current planning, policy, and statistical documents.]
  • Economics Department (U. Victoria, Canada)
    http://web.uvic.ca/econ/
    [Local academic information, a set of Economics Links, and a hyperlinked directory of World-Wide Economics Departments, Faculties and Centres.]
  • Economics Working Papers Archive (Washington U., St.Louis, USA)
    http://econwpa.wustl.edu
    [A site provided by the Economics Department of Washington U. for free distribution of working papers in economics. There are 22 subject areas, along with a test posting area, a meetings area, an area for programs, and an area for data.]
  • Egyptian Art and Archaeology Institute (U. Memphis, USA)
    http://www.memst.edu/egypt/main.html
    [Information about the Institute, exhibit of artifacts, color tour of Egypt.]
  • Eighteenth-Century Resources (U. Pennsylvania, USA)
    https://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/history.html
    [Topically arranged, keyword searchable, links and resources for study of 18th century European culture.]
  • Electronic Journals - National Library of Australia (Australia)
    http://www.nla.gov.au/oz/ausejour.html
    [A current listing of over 1,000 Australian electronic journals, magazines, webzines, e-mail fanzines, etc. - including overseas works with Australian content, authorship and/or emphasis.]
  • Electronic Text Center (U. Virginia, USA)
    http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/
    [An on-line archive of thousands of SGML-encoded electronic texts (some of which are publicly available).]
  • eLib - Electronic Libraries Programme (UK)
    http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/services/elib/
    [A programme to support development of electronic resources and services for UK Higher Education.]
  • ELSNET - European Network in Language and Speech (U. Edinburgh, UK)
    http://www.elsnet.org/
    [The long-term technological goal which unites the participants of ELSNET is to build multilingual speech and NL systems with unrestricted coverage of both spoken and written language. ELSNET, which has over a hundred European academic and industrial institutions as members, is one of over a dozen Networks of Excellence established by the European Commission's ESPRIT Division for Basic Research.]
  • Endangered Languages in Europe (U. Helsinki, Finland)
    http://www.helsinki.fi/~tasalmin/endangered.html
    [An online version of work by Tapani Salminen who compiled the European section of the UNESCO Red Book Report on Endangered Languages.]
  • Environment Australia Online (ERIN, Australia)
    http://kaos.erin.gov.au/erin.html
    [A wide range of information about the Environment Program of the Australian Environment, Sport and Territories Portfolio.]
  • EnviroLink (USA)
    http://www.envirolink.org/
    [Claims to be the largest online environmental information resource on the planet. Maintained by a voluntary organization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.]
  • ERaM - Ethnicity, Racism and the Media Programme (U. Bradford, UK)
    http://www.brad.ac.uk/research/eram/eram.html
    [E-mail forums for discussion, information dissemination and research collaboration on issues of racism, ethnicity and the media. Currently three lists (ERaM-LIST, ERaM-LIST-DIGEST, ERaM-RESEARCH-LIST) and WWW pages.]
  • ERCOMER - The European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations (Utrecht U., Netherlands)
    http://www.ercomer.org/
    [A university-based research institute. The site offers e-mail lists, the WWW-VL page on Migration and Ethnic Relations, information about research and networking activities, and a keyword search facility for the site.]
  • ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education (Indiana U., USA)
    http://www.indiana.edu/~ssdc/eric_chess.htm
    [The site for one of 16 ERIC Clearinghouses in the USA. This one serves primary and elementary school teachers, students, parents, and others interested in information on social studies and the social sciences as they relate to childhood education. They monitor publications and also publish materials on teaching and learning of these topics.]
  • Estonian Social Science Data Archive - ESSDA (U. Turku, Estonia)
    http://psych.ut.ee/esta/essda.html
    [About ESSDA, Project Team, Contacts, Research Groups, Surveys(by keyword, chronology, alphabetic order), Window to Estonia.]
  • Etext Archives
    http://www.etext.org/
    [The Etext Archives (est. 1992) are home to electronic texts of all kinds, from the sacred to the profane, from the political to the personal. "Our duty is to provide electronic versions of texts without judging their content."]
  • Ethnologue: Languages of the World Database (SIL, UK)
    http://www.sil.org/ethnologue/
    [The Ethnologue is a catalogue of more than 6,700 languages spoken in 228 countries. The Ethnologue Name Index lists over 39,000 language names, dialect names, and alternate names. The Ethnologue Language Family Index organizes languages according to language families. The 13th edition is online.]
  • European Commission, Community Research and Development Information Services (CORDIS, Luxemburg)
    http://www.cordis.lu/
    [A European Commission service providing efficient access to complete information on EU research and development possibilities.]
  • Everton's Genealogical Helper (Everton Publishers, USA)
    http://www.everton.com/
    [A commercial site with some free resources and links.]
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  • Faculty of Human Sciences (Plymouth U., UK)
    http://tin.ssc.plym.ac.uk/
    [Politics, Psychology, Sociology, Social Policy and Work faculty.]
  • Faculty of Social Sciences (U. Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    https://www.fdv.uni-lj.si/en
    [Includes four departments (Communication Science, Cultural Studies, Political Science, and Sociology), an institute comprised of fourteen research centres, faculty information.]
  • File Room
    https://thefileroom.com/
    [An illustrated, searchable archive on censorship. Visitors can add cases to the archive.]
  • Florida Mental Health Institute (U. South Florida, USA)
    http://hal.fmhi.usf.edu/
    [The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute is the state's primary research and training center for mental health services and is nationally recognized for innovative research and training. Site provides information about the Institute and links to Currents its quarterly newsletter.]

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