Website: Old English Wordhord

If you are interested in Old English or the Middle Ages, then this may be the site for you. Although many of the resources require payment, there are a couple of interesting free options: the Old English word of the day and links to Medieval Resources. link to Old English Wordhord

Table of Contents: Websites and Videos

While I suggest you browse (or use the search function and/or tags) through the entries to find the websites and videos that are most relevant to your research, I thought it might be helpful to provide a list of links for quicker access. Please note that this list only contains the websites and videos on... Continue Reading →

Website: The Art Story

The Art Story is a website that presents articles on many different artists. It's format is both informative and fun as it shows the progression of their careers through the selection of artwork from various points in their careers. If you need to research an artist, this is a great place to begin to get... Continue Reading →

Website: The Latin Library

Do you like Rome, the Middle Ages, the Early Church, or Latin? If so, The Latin Library may be for you. The goal of the site's creator was to compile public domain versions of important Latin documents--from Cicero, to Augustine, to Dante. There's only one small issue--all of the texts are in the original Latin,... Continue Reading →

Website: Project Gutenberg

If you need a book for a project, you might want to check out Project Gutenberg. They provide researchers and readers with open source ebooks in a variety of formats. While they have an extensive collection, they are limited by their desire to only publish works that are out of copyright (you can be fairly... Continue Reading →

Website: My Modern Met

This website has so much information that it can get a little overwhelming, but luckily it also has a really effective search function. If you are looking for anything from humanities to art history to artistic techniques, My Modern Met may have what you need. link to My Modern Met

Website: Rise Art-Art Guides

Rise Art offers works of art for sale, but the guide side of the website provides information on art basics, art history, and art news. It's a good place to find out more about composition, and it has up to date information on a number of artistic topics. link to Rise Art-Art Guides

Website: Classic FM

Classic FM is the web version of a Classical music radio station from the United Kingdom, and it purports to have the largest audience of any Classical music station in the world. In addition to offering a streaming station full of excellent examples from the Classical music genre, Classic FM's website offers interesting news articles... Continue Reading →

Website: Smithsonian Magazine

For students of culture, the online home of the Smithsonian Magazine is an incredible resource. They have searchable sections on Smart News, History, Science, Innovation, Arts & Culture, Travel, At the Smithsonian, Photos, Videos, and Games. Wherever your interests lie within the Humanities, the Smithsonian Magazine would be a good place to start your research.... Continue Reading →

Website: The Spruce Crafts

Applied (or Practical) Arts are those that exist in the space between Craft and Fine Arts. Depending on your point of view, they can belong to either category (or maybe both categories). If you're interested in learning a about papercraft or fiber arts, then this site is one that you should visit. link to The... Continue Reading →

Website: Artnet News

Are you interested in current events in the art world? If so, then Artnet's news section is a great place to start. They post a great number and variety of articles on many diverse topics relating to what interests the art world today. Some of their posts deal exclusively with contemporary art and artists, while... Continue Reading →

Website: The Louvre (English Version)

For some people (including me), the Paris's Louvre is pretty much THE museum. It singlehandedly holds the Mona Lisa, the Nike of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, the Raft of the Medusa, and many other wondrous artifacts. Every time Paris floods, I worry about this place; but they saved their treasures from World War II,... Continue Reading →

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