For additional resources see also the Research page, the Economics discipline page, the Geography discipline page, the Political Science discipline page, the Sociology discipline page, the Student Tools page and the Writing page.
The Middle East Institute promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the Middle East from the rise of Islam to the present, with a primary focus on the 19th and 20th centuries. The Institute focuses on the Arab countries, Armenia, Iran, Israel, Turkey, Central Asia and Muslim Diaspora communities. The site features links to videos of talks sponsored by the institute, a bibliography and links to related information.
Iraq: A Reading List (from The New York Times) includes books about Iraq, the 1991 war and recent events in the Persian Gulf. The books are linked to their original New York Times reviews. The books are arranged in order of date, beginning with the most recent. All titles are briefly annotated. Includes links to related articles.
CubaNet: Daily reporting from independent journalists inside Cuba and other writers. Includes information about jailed Cuban journalists and writers. Searchable. Also available in Spanish and French.
The Indian Parliament contains information about the daily business of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) and the Lok Sabha (House of the People), as well as their operations, members, committees, bills and debates. Also includes information about the president of India, budget proposals and the Indian Constitution. Some materials only available in Hindi. Searchable.
World Digital Library: significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world, including manuscripts, maps, rare books, musical scores, recordings, films, prints, photographs, architectural drawings, and other significant cultural materials
History in the News: Middle East History, Society and Culture Resources: The Middle East resources on the study of the Middle East from the Department of History, State University of New York at Albany.
Digital South Asia Library and Southeast Asia Digital Library are catalogs of web sites pertaining to Asia including business, economics, education, sociology, environment, gender, health, politics and international relations.
A+ Country Reports is a visually appealing trove of information for students, teachers and tourists on the countries of the world. It includes information on population, geography, economy, history and politics.
The National Archives Learning Curve is an online historical teaching resource from Great Britain's Public Record Office. It includes historical documents, photographs, film and sound recordings on Victorian Britain, WWI and WWII, the Cold War and 20th Century heroes and villains.
Russian News Resources: Collection of resources on Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
History News Service: Articles and resources on topics in global history from professional historians.
Mostly Medieval: Here you will find information on heraldry, myths and legends, religion, medicine and other aspects of life in Britain during the Middle Ages. The site includes a calendar of holy days and festivals, ballads with synopses and clip art. The majority of the information contained in these pages is the result of research undertaken prior to and continued during the writing of a novel set in 13th century Scotland.
Population Index on the Web: Population Index is the primary reference tool to the world's population literature. It presents an annotated bibliography of recently published books, journal articles, working papers and other materials on population topics. Provides a searchable and browsable database containing 46,035 abstracts of demographic literature published in Population Index in the period 1986-2000. Includes a user's guide and list of sources. From the Office of Population Research, Princeton University.
Caroline Wadhams: Unfortunately, Caroline Wadhams is no longer with CAP … but her articles are still there. When you reach CAP’s page not found, type her name in the search box for a full linked list.
This is Zimbabwe: Sokwanele is a popular protest underground movement based in Zimbabwe. They are pro-democracy and run a regularly updated blog entitled This is Zimbabwe, providing a critical and impartial assessment of the government's actions in the face of very tight restrictions on the media. As you might expect, the blog sometimes goes down for a while. Be patient!