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EARLY MODERN RESEARCH LINKS

EARLY ENGLISH BOOKS ONLINE - via CMU Park Library (student ID required)
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY - via CMU Park Library (student ID required)
OXFORD DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY - via CMU Park Library (student ID required)

TRY THESE FIRST for online resources:
Luminarium
Voice of the Shuttle - Early Modern page
Renaissance: the Elizabethan World -- Indispensable!  The place to go if you want to know what life was like in Early Modern England. Contains the fantastic Compendium of Common Knowledge.
Early Modern Resources

LIBRARIES WITH SIGNIFICANT EARLY MODERN COLLECTIONS:
The Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC)
The Newberry Library (Chicago)
The Huntington Library (Pasadena, CA)
The British Library (London)

RENAISSANCE/EARLY MODERN BLOGS:
Renaissance Lit
Serendipities (formerly Earmarks in Early Modern Culture)
Carnivalesque
Early Modern Notes

ONLINE JOURNALS/SEMINARS:
Early Modern Literary Studies
SHAKSPER: The Global Electronic Shakespeare Conference
Early Modern Culture: An Electric Seminar
Renaissance Forum
Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music

PRINT JOURNALS:
Ben Jonson Journal
Cahiers Elisabethains
Early Theater
English Literary History
English Literary Renaissance
Gender & History
Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Past & Present
Renaissance Quarterly
Renaissance Studies
Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama
Shakespeare Bulletin
Shakespeare Newsletter
Shakespeare Quarterly
 



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