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Paul Brians (Washington State U.), Humanities 303 (Reason, Romanticism & Revolution) Course Materials (includes well-developed set of "study guides" for a selection of canonical writers, philosophers, and musicians)
California Virtual University: Courses in Humanities, Literature, Languages, General Education (part of "an Internet-based, interactive catalog that contains the online and technology mediated course offerings of 81 accredited California colleges and universities"; "also links to 60 campus online libraries and offers a free cou
Development of Western Civilization (Providence C., Rhode Island)
Harvard U. Core Curriculum: Spring 1996 (Harvard U. Instructional Computing Group)
Richard Hooker (Washington State U.), World Cultures: An Internet Classroom and Anthology ("combines the reading and course materials of two World Cultures courses taught using web-based materials since fall of 1994. The site is now expanding into a larger resource for a larger population and distribution of students and will eventu
Ellis L. Knox (Boise State U.), History of Western Civilization (illustrated, hypertext course)
Malaspina University-College College Liberal Studies "Great Books" Program (Malaspina University-College, British Columbia)
Shirley J. Schwarz (U. Evansville), "World Cultures: The Emergence of the West" 

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