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Africana Studies (Columbia University)
Extensive list of sources relating to African history and culture, curated by librarians at Columbia University.
American Historical Association
"AHA is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1884 and incorporated by Congress in 1889 for the promotion of historical studies, the collection and preservation of historical documents and artifacts, and the dissemination of historical research."
Asian Culture and History
Published by the Canadian Center of Science and Education, Asian Culture and History is an international, open-access journal with both print and online versions with a double-blind peer-review process. Topics include culture, history, arts, anthropology, archaeology, religion, philosophy, politics, education, laws and linguistics.
Center for World Indigenous Studies
The Center for World Indigenous Studies website contains an extensive range of primary documents relating to issues of sovereignty, tribal law, human rights issues.
Early Modern History: Useful Links (Oxford University)
Curated list of useful sources for the study of Early Modern History (c. 1485-1800) by faculty at Oxford.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook (Fordham University)
Curated links to visual and audio material, but highlighting primary source texts for educational purposes with a focus on online texts. These are, generally, public domain texts translated over 75 years ago. Includes many of the older translations that are often found in commercially available sourcebooks.
Internet Medieval Sourcebook (Fordham University)
Contains a growing variety of texts addressing elite legal, governmental, religious and economic concerns. Sections have recently been added addressing women’s and gender history, Islamic and Byzantine history, Jewish history, and social history.
Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Fordham University)
Curated links to visual and audio material, highlighting primary source material for educators and students. Sources contain political and legal documents, narrative accounts, personal memoirs, songs, newspaper reports, as well as cultural, philosophical, religious and scientific documents.
Library of Congress
The largest library in the world, the Library of Congress houses millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts, as well as housing the U.S. Copyright Office. The Library of Congress has many resources and staff available online for a wide variety of academic endeavors. American history students will likely find their vast array of information particularly helpful.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) keeps the approximately 1%-3% of documents and materials created by the business of the Federal government deemed legally or historically important enough for perpetual preservation. These resources may be helpful for family research purposes, proving veteran’s military service, and—most importantly for students—research into topics of historical interest.
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