The American Literature Archive
American 1950s. Al
Filreis's comprehensive site accompanies his course on the
literature and culture of the 50s (UPenn).
Studies Electronic Crossroads: Curriculum.
A comprehensive site, sponsored by the American Studies Association
-- this section provides resources for teachers and administrators
of American Studies programs.
American Literature Survey.
award-winning site (UT/UNC); it includes interactive texts,
student-selected anthologies, and a Storyforms
site that "mixes
literary study, teaching methods, and practice in hypertext
composition. It looks at literary work(s) as intertwined with
artistic media, including drama, fiction, film, and hypertext."
Studies @ The University of Virginia.
subtitled, "we DO American Studies," the site provides
links to electronic classrooms, web projects, a site on the
1930s, and a variety of hypertexts. A bit slow to download.
316K: Masterworks of Literature - American.
Brian A. Bremen's
site for his large lecture class (UT). Includes lecture links,
discussion forums, and course related handouts.
@ Yale: American Studies.
site, it will include three main undergraduate projects: "Imaging
America" -- A growing archive of photos and images from
Yale University archives, available online; "MaterialWeb"
-- An on-line resource and guidebook for doing research on
material culture, including classic essays in the field, sample
analyses of objects, and images of material culture objects
from Yale's collection; and "Student Projects" --
links to web projects created by undergraduate and graduate
students in American Studies, as examples of the potential
of new technologies.
me to let me know if any links are broken.