site update: online resources

These—over on your left—have been tidied up. It is hoped that they’re now even more useful than before. They now look like this:

CONCATENATIONS

Links for scholarly activities (teaching, learning, and combinations thereof)

OBRIENATERNAL CURRENT MEDIEVALISH TEACHING
FREN 220_104
Introduction to Early French Literature and to Textual Analysis
RMST 221_201
Literatures and Cultures of the Romance World I: Medieval to Early Modern – “INTRIGUE”
MDVL 302_201
European Literature of the 14th to the 16th centuries – “CRITICISM”

ONLINE GENERAL RESOURCES
e-humanities & e-literature
criticism & commentary
femography

ONLINE MEDIEVALISH/-IST RESOURCES
Medievalist blogography
Medieval & Renaissance Studies
Early Romance Studies
e-literature
manuscripts & manuscript studies
material (primary) sources
hyperprojects

Ahem. Bit of a cheat. No: a meta-post.

Other changes ahead: I’ll be exporting old sites from UBC Blogs (the original stays there, I keep copies as WordPress sites, so as to retain rights) and will link some of the more generally-useful material here. There’s the French version of the resources on criticism and commentary, and also one on that mythical beast, the dissertation littéraire.

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