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General Resources on Postmodern Theory   Suggest a Link
alt.postmodern (newsgroup)
Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought (Martin Ryder, U. Colorado, Denver)
Everything Postmodern (links to postmodernism-related Web sites, newsgroups, philosophers, etc.) (Gregory Broquard)
General Introduction to Postmodernism (Dino Felluga, Purdue U.)
Peter Krapp's Theory Site (resources on theory, with a particularly strong suite of pages devoted to the tradition of deconstructive theorists) (Peter Krapp, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Postmodern Culture
Homepage of Postmodern Culture 
Creative Works from PMC 
Essays in Postmodern Culture (collected from Postmodern Culture journal) (ed. John Unsworth)
PMC-MOO Archives 
PMC Reviews (all) 
PMC's List of Related Readings 
Pop-Cult Columns from PMC 
Postmodern Thought (metapage from Instructional Design Theory, U. Colorado, Denver)
Postmodern Thought Links from U. Colorado, Denver (Marin Ryder)
Postmodernism (SWIRL)
Postmodernism (lecture notes created for a course) (Mary Klages, U. Colorado, Boulder)
Postmodernism, Interactivity, Cyberculture, and Art: Online Resources (Wendy Gale Robinson, U. North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Duke U.)
Some Poststructuralist Assumptions (John Lye, Brock U.)
SWIRL: Theory at Southern Oregon U. -- Your Guide to Post-Millennial Paradigms
Homepage (Warren Hedges, Southern Oregon U.)
Selected Resources:  
The Big Issues 
Theoretical Paradigms 
Timeline of Major Critical Theories in the U.S. 
The/Untimely/Past (bibliographies and links "relating to the intersection of historiographic practice with poststructuralism, postmodernism, and allied areas of theory / practice"; partially annotated and includes some quotations from the works; also includ
Who's Who in Theory (Campus Community, Southern Oregon U.)

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