1. GENERAL WEBPAGES
CENTRE DE RECHERCHE IN LITTÉRATURE COMPARÉE
It organically depends from the Université Paris IV-Sorbonne, founded by Pierre Brunel in 1981. It maintains a number of research groups specializing in relations between music and literature, mythology, literature, and other Central European literatures.
FABULA. LA RECHERCHE EN LITTÉRATURE
It is coordinated by Alexandre Gefen (Université de Neuchâtel) and René Audet (Université Laval). It focuses on General literary studies and theory of literary fiction, including discussion lists, comparatism and theater studies, as well as Atelier de Théorie littéraire. They have also developed the engine Aleph (http://www.aleph.ens.fr), specializing in literary studies and social sciences.
LITERARY RESOURCES ON THE NET
Resource page maintained by Jack Lynch (Rutgers University), with sections such as "Theory", "Theater and Drama", "Hypertext", "Women's Literature and Feminism" or "Nationalities and ethnicities."
Page maintained by Martin Ryder (University of Colorado at Denver) that sum aside as "Constructivism", "Semiotics", "Medium Theory" or "Socio-cultural Theories."
Gauntlett David Page (University of Bournemouth) focused on Media Studies, postmodernism and identity analysis.
SARAH ZUPKO'S CULTURAL STUDIES CENTER
Journalist specialized in new media, Sarah Zupko develops her work in Tribune Media Services (Chicago). The page includes a small file of papers on theory of culture and offers information about links on theoretical journals, publishers of literary and cultural theory, bibliographic repertories, academic programs, reviews, mailing lists and other utilities.
THE JOHNS HOPKINS GUIDE TO LITERARY THEORY AND CRITICISM
Organised by theoretical currents, historical periods, disciplines and concepts. Michael Groden and editing from Martin Kreiswirth printed volume titled (1993).
VOICE OF THE SHUTTLE. LITERARY THEORY
Directed by Alan Liu (University of California, Santa Barbara) since its foundation in 1994, VOS offers one of the most comprehensive set of resources in Literary Theory, Cultural Studies, Comparative Literature, Gender Studies, Film Studies and other humanities disciplines. The total area specifically marked links to classic texts, Poetics and Rhetoric, Modern and Contemporary Literary Theory organized by currents, schools and theoretical relationships with other disciplines Theory, journals, mailing lists and other utilities.
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2. SPECIALIZED WEBSITES
From the American Society for Aesthetics, by Dominic Mclver Lopes (University of British Columbia). It includes bibliographies, information on Aesthetic resources, payroll, partnerships and distribution lists.
AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
Page edited by Ali B. Ali-Dinar (University of Pennsylvania) with resources, bibliographies and research projects on Black / African Studies.
SEMIOTICS VIRTUAL FILE
John Page of Morentin Magariños (Universidad Nacional de La Plata and Universidad Nacional de Jujuy).
STUDIES VIRTUAL LIBRARY Culturais
Coordinated by Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda (RoadRunner for Contemporary Culture, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), it provides links to institutions, publications and other codes centered on Cutural and literary studies, social and cultural anthropology, sociology and other disciplines.
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE WORLDWIDE
Its author is Duncan Large (University of Wales Swansea). Links to associations, centers and programs in Comparative Literature from over forty countries.
Semiotics DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LUND
Articles and papers on visual semiotics and semiotics of culture. Göran Sonesson address.
DISCOURSE IN SOCIETY
Page Teun A. van Dijk (Universiteit van Amsterdam) includes your own personal web directory "Resources for Discourse Studies."
Coordinated by Joep Leerssen (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Information on imagology and studies on identity and national stereotypes. It maintains database Imagological Cooperative Bibliography.
INTRODUCTION TO MODERN LITERARY THEORY
Kristi Siegel Edition (Mount Mary College, Milwaukee). Brief references to various schools of thought followed by a selection of literature and specific web pages.
PERFORMING ARTS LINKS
Coordinated by Maria Teresa Page Iovinelli. Resources of various kinds of theater, dance and theater organized by country. Other information includes data on associations, journals, libraries, history and theory of performing arts.
TEST PROJECT HISPÁNICO
Directed by Jose Luis Gómez-Martínez (University of Georgia). Reference site to study the trial and its textual variants in perspective and critical theory and historiography, specially focusing on the essay and the Hispanic and Latin American thought.
Coordinated by Albert Benschop page (Universiteit van Amsterdam). Resources Overview of Science (associations, journals, libraries, sociologists, research centers, main topics of analysis, etc.).
TEXT! DES SÉMANTIQUE TEXTS
Address created by François Rastier and in collaboration with the Institut Ferdinand de Saussure. It includes work on general semantics and textual studies on the meaning and textual interpretation. It integrates various glossaries.
G. André page Bourassa (Université du Québec à Montréal) and Barry Russell (Oxford Brookes University) include a theater glossary, a chronology and a bibliography including general theater studies.
WOMEN’S STUDIES DATABASE
Page created in 1992 by the Women's Studies Department at the University of Maryland. It provides a systematic literature, with sections that include annotated records. Is linked to the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (http://www.mith.umd.edu).
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3. SCHOOL SITES OR Monographs on Theory
CENTER FOR NONVERBAL STUDIES
Studies of forms of human communication nonverbal led by David B. Givens from Spokane (Washington, United States). The Nonverbal Dictionary of Integra Gestures, Signs, and Body Language Cues.
Directed by George P. Landow (Brown University). It includes bibliography and theoretical studies, in addition to an internal search. It also comprises several sections on specific geo-cultural spaces, analysis on diasporas, gender studies within the postcolonial and other resources.
ILLUMINATIONS. THE CRITICAL THEORY WEB SITE
Page dedicated to the Frankfurt School, with attention to the "first generation" and followers. It has a selection of links to critical theory and cultural theory.
IURI M. LOTMAN EN LA RED
Edited by Manuel Caceres, it includes a chrono of Lotman and primary and secondary bibliographies, browser and other utilities.
Page edited by Deepika Bahri (Emory University) since 1996 provides information on the theoretical currents and the fundamental concepts of postcolonial studies.
Alex Riegler page glossaries and definitions related to constructivism and various introductions to their areas of application and its major theorists. Links to journals, centers and other resource pages.
STANFORD PRESIDENTIAL LECTURES IN THE HUMANITIES AND ARTS
Information about visiting professor at the Stanford Humanities Center to participate in its programs and seminars. With bibliographies, information and links on theorists like Gayatri Spivak, Harold Bloom, Jacques Derrida, Fredric Jameson, Hélène Cixous, Wolfgang Iser, Homi Bhabha, Bruno Latour and others.
THE PEIRCE EDITION PROJECT
Directed by Nathan Houser (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis). The project began in 1976 with the task of editing the manuscripts of Peirce. It provides library catalogs and information on other resources.
UMBERTO ECO. PORTA LUDOVICA
It is part of the portal led by Allen Ruch The Modern Word. It includes bibliographies, interviews, reviews, links and other utilities on Umberto Eco, not limited to his work as a semiotician.
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4. Associations, Centres and Institutions
Page of the Spanish Association of Literary Theory, currently chaired by Miguel Angel Garrido Gallardo (CSIC, Madrid).
SPANISH ASSOCIATION OF SEMIOTICS
Current President: Antonio Sanchez Trigueros (University of Granada).
ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILIENSE DE COMUNICAÇÃO E SEMIÓTICA
Current President: Luiz Carlos Assis Iasbeck (Universidade Católica de Brasília).
ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DE LITTÉRATURE COMPARÉE / INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ASSOCIATION
Current President: Koji Kawamoto (Tokyo University). Links to the pages of the various national associations of Comparative Literature.
CENTRE DE RECHERCHES SÉMIOTIQUES
Director: Jacques Fontanille (Université de Limoges).
Semiotics Research Centre LITERARY, THEATRICAL AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Director: José Romera Castillo (UNED, Madrid).
LATIN AMERICAN COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
It has a virtual library with more than four thousand books or articles available online.It also includes databases, a library of social sciences and information on working groups assigned to CLACSO.
DEPARTMENT OF SEMIOTICS (TARTU ÜLIKOOL – UNIVERSITY OF TARTU)
Director: Peeter Torop. Includes bibliographies of Yuri M. Lotman and other theorists of the Tartu school.
EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR TRANSLATION STUDIES
Current President: Yves Gambier (Turun Yliopisto – University of Turku).
FEDERACIÓN LATINOAMERICANA DE SEMIÓTICA
Current President: José Enrique Finol (Universidad del Zulia).
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR AESTHETICS / ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE D’ESTHÉTIQUE
Current President: Ken-ichi Sasaki (Universidad de Tokio).
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR SEMIOTIC STUDIES / ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DE SÉMIOTIQUE
Current President: Roland Posner (Technischen Universität Berlin).
INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF RHETORIC
Current President: Tomás Albaladejo Mayordomo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).
SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE LITERATURA GENERAL Y COMPARADA
Current President: Darío Villanueva (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela).
THE BAKHTIN CENTER
Directed by David Shepherd (University of Sheffield). References on discussion lists, projects and resources relating to the Russian theoretician and magazine rates Dialogism.
THE CENTER FOR LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES (CUNY)
Its executive director is Paisley Currah (City University of New York). Information on associations, publications and databases on gay and lesbian studies, gender studies and queer theory.
UNIT FOR CULTURE RESEARCH (TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY)
Information and reference center for specific sites of Itamar Even-Zohar, Gideon Toury, Zohar Shavit, Ruth Ronen Sela-Sheffy and Rakefet, with numerous works available online.
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5. Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
LITERARY TERMS DICTIONARY
Glyph Team Authoring (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela). It incorporates concepts of Rhetoric, Poetics, Semiotics, Hermeneutics, Aesthetics and literary theory, and a specific bibliography.
DICTIONNAIRE INTERNATIONAL DES TERMES LITTÉRAIRES / INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY OF LITERARY TERMS
Directed by Jean-Marie Grasser (Observatoire International de Terminologie Littéraire, Université de Limoges).
Directed by Micha F. Lindemans. Its sections are mythology, folklore, bestiary and legends of many different cultures. Image galleries and pedigrees. Selection of specific links geocultural origin.
LEXIQUE DES TERMES LITTÉRAIRES
Jean-Eudes page associated Gadenne LETTRES.NET site.
Dictionary of tropes and figures, accompanied by brief introductions to basic units of learning rhetoric. Its author is Gideon O. Burton (Brigham Young University).
THE INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY
Directed by James Fieser (University of Tennessee at Martin), it is organized in alphabetical and systematic, in this case by historical periods, currents, authors and framework concepts.
WORDS OF ART
Robert J. Page Belton (Okanagan University College) adds epistemological, aesthetic, artistic entries, and literary critic and theorist.
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6. TEXT bibliographies and directories
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERARY THEORY, CRITICISM AND PHILOLOGY
José Ángel García Landa page (University of Zaragoza), organized by theorists, schools, literary genres and disciplines such as Aesthetics, Discourse Analysis, Semiotics and Cultural Studies.
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PICTORIAL AND OTHER KINDS OF VISUAL SEMIOTICS
Organized by Göran Sonesson (Lunds Universitet).
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN CANADIAN, QUÉBEC AND FOREIGN LITERATURES 1930-1995
Database Département Communications et des Lettres from the Université de Sherbrooke (Québec). Address Antoine Sirois. It serves only comparative studies with some sort of connection to the Canadian literature.
CLASSICAL RHETORIC. RECOMMENDED SOURCES
Margaret D. Page Zulick (Wake Forest University) referred to bibliographic resources on classical rhetoric. From the top of the page is also accessible introductions on Communication Theory, Theory and History of Rhetoric, Studies on the argument and other similar fields.
AESTHETIC. A BIBLIOGRAPHY INTERNAZIONALE
Page d'Estetica Italiana Società offered, along with the literature conducted by Luigi Russo (Università di Palermo), information on other resources and also a list of texts on aesthetics.
Pierre Bourdieu Bibliography compiled and classified by Ingo Mörth and Gerhard Fröhlich (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz) with links to available works online.
SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR HUMANITIES COMPUTING
It incorporates a systematic guide, files, methodologies and other utilities. Its author is Willard McCarty (King's College, London), who also coordinates the Humanist list (http://www.text-semiotics.org/spanish6.html).
THE HUMANITIES BIBLIOGRAPHIC RESOURCE
Eddie Yeghiayan page (University of California, Irvine) that adds the bibliographic repertories "The Critical Resource Theory," "The Wellek Library Lecturer Bibliographies" and "The Philosophy Bibliographic Resource", with specific bibliographies of many theorists and comparativists, including Giorgio Agamben, Mieke Bal, Hélène Cixous, Paul de Man, Jacques Derrida, Murray Krieger, J. Hillis Miller, Edward Said, Barbara Herrnstein Smith and René Wellek.
THE UNTIMELY PAST
Bibliographical indexes focusing on historiographical applications poststructuralist theories. Editing by Jeffrey Hearn.
ELECTRONIC TEXT COLLECTIONS IN WESTERN EUROPEAN LITERATURE
Direction of James Campbell (University of Virginia). Links to directories of online texts for classical literature and works of various periods of Catalan literature, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Icelandic, Portuguese, Romanian, Provencal, Spanish and Swedish.
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7. MAGAZINES WITH ONLINE ACCESS
It depends on the Fabula portal. Reviews of recent publications of literary theory.Marc Escola Address (Université de Paris-Sorbonne).
APPLIED SEMIOTICS / SÉMIOTIQUE APLIQUÉE
Directed by Peter G. Marteinson and Pascal G. Michelucci (Department of French Studies, University of Toronto). It includes a selection of links systematized by PGMichelucci.
Directed by Steven Tötösy of Zepetnek (Purdue University). Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies compared. In the "CLCWeb Library" integrates various comparatism bibliographic repertoires, cultural studies, theories and empirical systemic, film studies and other specialties. It also features directories of associations, journals, departments and theorists associated with those areas of research.
Directed by W.J.T. Mitchell (University of Chicago). Epistemological, theoretical works and critical literature, culture, aesthetics and thought.
Directed by Manuel Cáceres (Universidad de Granada). Focused studies and documentation on Yuri M. Lotman and semiotics of culture.
Directed by Joaquin Maria Aguirre Romero (School of Information Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Semiotic studies, literary and cultural.
Executive Director: Ann Kibbey (University of Colorado, Boulder). Work on gender and sexuality in their social, political, artistic and economic.
ISTMO. REVISTA VIRTUAL DE ESTUDIOS LITERARIOS Y CULTURALES CENTROAMERICANOS
Directed by Mary Addis (The College of Wooster, Ohio). Interdisciplinary analysis and interpretation of the Central American cultures and local identities, regional and generic geocultural that space.
JOUVERT: A JOURNAL OF POSTCOLONIAL STUDIES
Directed by Deborah Wyrick (North Carolina State University). Postcolonial studies in the cultural, political and textual.
LITERARY RESEARCH / RECHERCHE LITTÉRAIRE
Directed by Andrei Mihailescu, Calin (University of Western Ontario). It is the journal of the International Comparative Literature Association.
Directed by Jean Umiker-Sebeok (Indiana University). It is the journal of the International Association of Semiotics.
Directed by José Romera Castillo. It is the journal of the Spanish Association of Semiotics.
Directed by Stephen W. Gilbert (University of Guadalajara). It is a journal of cultural studies especially applied to Latin America.
THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS
Directed by Peter Lamarque (University of York). Studies on aesthetic theory and the arts.
Directed by Antonio M. Bañón Hernandez, Juana Brown and José María Ruiz Jiménez Cano. Studies and reviews on Rhetoric, discourse analysis, semiotics, sociolinguistics and other disciplines.
Directed by Gabe Bokor. Studies on theory and practice of translation.
Directed by Manuel A. Vázquez Medel and associated to the Group Theory and Research in Information Technology at the University of Seville.
Directed by Fernande Saint-Martin (Université du Québec à Montréal). The journal of the International Association of Visual Semiotics.
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8. HIPERTEXT AND CYBERLITERATURE
CENTER FOR ELECTRONIC TEXTS IN THE HUMANITIES
Coordinated by Brian Hancock (Alexander Library, Rutgers University). Library resources and projects on rhetoric, grammar and classical literature.
CYBERSPACE, HYPERTEXT, & CRITICAL THEORY
Home of George P. Landow (Brown University) which also includes sections focusing on gender studies, science and technology, economic and political aspects of digital culture and others.
ENCYCLOPEDIAS & HIPERTEXT
Antonio Franco Alexandre page, António Guerreiro and Olga Pombo (Universidade de Lisboa). Research trends in "Hypertext and Literature", "Aby Warburg and Archives gives you memory" and "Hypertext and cyberculture." It hosts a number of theoretical and critical works and a bibliography.
HERMENEIA. ESTUDIS LITERARIS I TECNOLOGIES DIGITALS
Hermeneia group page, led by Laura Borràs Castanyer (UOC). Educational applications of digital technology and a directory of links to studies on three lines of interest: Hypertext and Literary Studies, Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at the network and electronic literature.
RESOURCE CENTER FOR CYBERCULTURE STUDIES
Page created in 1996 by David Silver (Department of Communication, University of Washington).
Excerpted from: Arturo Casas. "The theory of literature and comparative literature on the internet." Bulletin of the International Association of Hispanics: 10 (2003), 262-273.
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