History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library Online Reference Collection
A list of encyclopedias, bibliographies, indexes, catalogs, and other reference works available online for the study of History, Philosophy, Religious Studies, African American Studies, Jewish Studies, and related disciplines.
Browse listings by university name, or by state/province. Each entry includes contact information, areas of specialization, program description, information on financial aid, degree requirements, number of faculty, program demographics, and, for programs in the United States, links to information on the school from both the U.S. Department of Education and the Carnegie Foundation. Entries also link to a database of dissertations-in-progress and PhDs awarded for each program. The entries in this PhD/dissertations database include the name of dissertation, name of dissertator, dissertation advisor, and date the degree was awarded.
Directory of scholars working in the fields of European history and culture, 400 to 1700. Based on the membership directories of the Renaissance Society of America, and the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference. Part of Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Alphabetical listing by company or organization name. Identifies corporate archives maintained either by the company/organization itself, or by a third party such as library, archive, or consulting firm. Entries include contact information. Some entries include brief descriptions of extent and scope of the archives.
Entries for over 450,000 international, national (U.S.), regional, state, and local nonprofit organizations. Includes IRS filings on U.S. 501(c) nonprofit organizations. Retrospective coverage (without IRS data) provided by the print reference work Encyclopedia of Associations, 1959-present.
Its name notwithstanding, the U.S. Newspaper Directory is actually a union catalog of extant U.S. newspapers in American libraries and historical societies. You can search the catalog by by place of publication, date of publication, intended audience, and more.