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American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities - This website is an academic site that publishes articles of scholars from around the world. It is an open access journal meant for free access for all scholars, students and researchers.
 
 

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A Multiple Intelligences Bookshelf - Bibliography and links to multiple intelligences resources and articles about Howard Gardner's MI theory.
 
Anglo-Saxon Studies - Bibliography to guide those interested in Anglo-Saxon studies, towards the books which should inform and entertain them.
 
Biblical and Theological Studies Index - Searchable database of articles and books on biblical and theological studies updated every week.
 
Bibliographic Resources Spain - Links to academic, history, literature, language and culture readings. Resources specific to Latin America are excluded.
 
Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia - Scholarly society devoted to analytic bibliography and textual criticism. Includes links to online journals and texts.
 
Bibliography of Julian of Norwich - Materials related to Julian of Norwich's "Showing of Love" from The Godfriends Library.
 
British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography - For archaeology, historic buildings, maritime and industrial archaeology, environmental history, and the conservation of material culture with a geographical focus on the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom .
 
Descriptive Bibliography - A concise introduction demonstrating how the notation would be used in the case of one particular book from the hand press period: Peter Brubach's 1550 edition of Sophocles' Seven Tragedies.
 
Drug Discrimination Bibliographic Database - A list of 3, 128 references published between 1951 and 1999, along with a handful from 2000 and includes abstracts, journal articles, book chapters and books.
 
Eames Bibliography - Searchable bibliography on the life and work of Charles and Ray Eames and the work of the Eames office. It includes works in many different media including books, periodicals, newspapers, and videos.
 
Eastgate Systems - A brief and idiosyncratic bibliography of hypertext, with an emphasis on storyspace and the systems that have influenced it over the years.
 
EconLit - The American Economic Association's electronic bibliography of economic literature. An extensive source of journals, abstracts and citations covering all fields of economics.
 
Education Journal Annotations - An annotated list of current education journals.
 
Electronic References and Scholarly Citations - Part of the WWW Virtual Library Project, this page tracks the various styles and methods currently being used to reference/cite electronic resources.
 
Environmental Archaeological Bibliography - Published reports from all substantial English environmental archaeology reports published after 1950 in the county journals, the period archaeological journals, and the major excavation report monograph series.
 
Environmental Periodicals Bibliography - Contains 610, 000 citations on environmental articles from scientific, technical, law, and policy journals dating from 1973, searchable by keywords, authors' names, journal names, and by date.
 
Equity Analytics, Ltd - Provides an extensive bibliography for stocks, options, futures, commodities, futures, interest rates, technical analysis and money management.
 
Grand Canyon Bibliography - Lists more than 22, 500 items produced between 1540 and the present. It includes books, periodicals, serials, maps, audio-visual works, and electronic media in 34 subject areas.
 
Imprint Society of Reading - Scholarly society devoted to the study of bibliography. Addresses a wide range of topics covering most aspects of books and libraries, printing and typography, illustration and print-making, for the benefit of an equally varied audience of academics, librarians, teachers, printers, binders, collectors, booksellers, and readers.
 
 

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