This is a space where we can all collaboratively share useful databases and resources that are relevant to our own research interests.


ACLS Humanities E-Book
A pay-site featuring thousands of books, essays, monographs, and records.

Database of Early English Playbooks
A nifty resource for anyone interested in performance, theatre, or English rhetoric.

Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives
Access to over 4,000 literacy narratives (print, audio, and video).

Digital Schomburg (New York Public Library) African American Women Writers of the 19th Century
Useful database for those interested in history, critical race, or feminist theory.

The Internet Classics Library
Not exactly the most high-tech site, but does offer resources relating ancient (Greek and Roman) rhetoric.

The Library of Congress
Offers digital collections in American culture and history, US government, old newspapers, performing arts, and historical sound recordings.

The National Archives
Digital access to historic recordings, photographs, documents, etcetera.

The Perseus Digital Library
A great resource for anyone interested in ancient (Greek and Roman) rhetoric.

Rhetoric and Composition Bibliographies
A nice collection of bibliographies complied by Arizona State University.