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Project Gutenberg and Bartleby
Enormous collections of literary texts and resources.

Voice of the Shuttle
A database for humanities research.

The Purdue Online Writing Lab
Offers links to frequently used style guides, information on research and citations, and more.

The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism
Entries on key figures, movements, and schools, compiled by international specialists.

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
A huge and growing resource, offering articles written by experts or teams of experts in the field.

Literature Webliography
A portal from Louisiana State University.

Literary Resources on the Net
A portal (broken down by period and subject) maintained by a professor at Rutgers.

Silva Rhetoric: The Forest of Rhetoric
A guide to the terms of classical and Renaissance rhetoric.

Chaucer MetaPage
Includes links to thousands of Chaucer-related sites.

Victorian Web
Concentrates on (but is not limited to) British literature, culture and history of the age of Victoria

Modern American Poetry
An online journal and companion to the Anthology of Modern American Poetry (OUP).

Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
An annotated guide to scholarly Shakespeare resources on the Internet. Also includes a listing of Shakespeare festivals.

The Princeton Dante Project
Thousands of text, image, and sound resources related to Dantes Divine Comedy.

The Labyrinth
Electronic resources in medieval studies (including Middle and Old English).
A portal and database maintained by the American Academy of Poets.

World Poetry Map
By City Lore and the Bowery Poetry Club, presents poetry from endangered, revitalized, and contested languages of the world.


The Public Theater
Has a rolling internship deadline. Fields include literary, press, development and more.

The Library of Congress
Offers internships, fellowships, volunteer opportunities and more.

The New York Times Company
Options include summer and academic year positions.

The Nation Institute
Offers nine positions in New York in publishing, web and more.

Graduate Study

English Department Home Pages Worldwide
A list compiled by NYU, comprising more than 1,000 departments and programs.

English Language and Literature
From Also offers portals covering comparative literature, creative writing and many other allied fields.


Career Development Center
Your top resource, right here at YU.

Careers for English Majors
A site from Western Carolina University. Drill down to find useful links.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

News and Organizations

Associations and Professional Organizations
A list for those studying English and American literature maintained by the Harvard College Library. Includes the Modern Language Association.

Poetry Magazines
A huge portal maintained by the Electronic Poetry Center.

Tablet: A New Read on Jewish Life
A project of Nextbook Inc.

From the New York Times.