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Renaissance & 17th Century
General Resources in Renaissance & 17th-C. Lit.   Suggest a Link
Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies ("library and research centre devoted to the study of the period from approximately 1350 to 1700") (U. Toronto)
Early Modern Literary Studies: Electronic Texts 
Electric Renaissance Timelines (E. L. Skip Knox, Boise State U.)
English Literature & Religion ("large bibliographical database about religious aspects and backgrounds of English literature, from the Middle Ages to the present century") (William S. Peterson, U. Maryland, College park)
English Poetry 1579-1830: Spenser and the Tradition (large-scale archive of literary texts in the era of Spenser, including primary texts, biography, and criticism; "the 25,000 records in this largely full-text database follow developments in English poetry from the publication of the Shepheardes Calender in 1579 down to Spenser's successors among the nineteenth-century romantics. The archive presents poets as readers imitators and emulators, critics and biographers engaged with literary traditions that were complex, dynamic, and embedded in social networks"; "the archive aims to document how each writer was read by contemporaries and successors, gathering over 10,000 poems linked to commentary and biography for more than a thousand writers from all parts of the English-speaking world") (David Hill Radcliffe, Virginia Tech U.)
Folger Shakespeare Library 
Ian's English Calendar (dating resource for students of English history and literature: "converts between old and new style dates, calculates day of the week, British regnal years, and the date of Easter and other moveable religious holidays") (Ian McInnes, Albion C., Albion, MI)
Interactive Early Modern Literary Studies (online supplement to the EMLS print-journal; includes scholarly works in progress, virtual seminars, forthcoming articles, links to online resources in the early modern field, and conference materials)
Leeds Database of Manuscript English Verse (BCMSV) ("contains detailed information about the individual items of English verse contained in the 17th and 18th-century manuscripts belonging to Leeds University Library") (Oliver Pickering)
A Local Habitation and a Name: Social Sites of Renaissance Lyrics (includes transcriptions and annotations of Renaissance lyrics, place descriptions based on historical research, fictive dialogues concerning the place, and related graphics and recordings) (Jeffrey Powers-Beck, East Tennessee State U.)
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Luminarium: Renaissance Pages (Aniina Jokinen)
16th Century Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603)
Homepage of Anniina Jokinen's 16th Century Renaissance Literature Pages 
Essays and Articles on Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature 
Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature: Background Information 
Early 17th-Century English Literature (1603-1660)
Homepage of Anniina Jokinen's 17th Century Renaissance Literature Pages  
Additional Sources for 17th-Century English Literature (Anniina Jokinen)
Essays and Articles in Early 17th-Century English Literature (Anniina Jokinen)
Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the Seventeenth Century (searchable database, edited by Herbert J.C. Grierson)(batleby.com)
Online Renaissance Resources (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Primary Sources: Eyewitness Accounts of People and Events in Tudor England (selected sources, including letters, poems, and journals) (englishhistory.net)
Renaissance (article from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
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Sonnet Central: Renaissance Resources (Eric Blomquist)
Elizabethan Sonneteers 
Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century Sonnets 
U. Michigan Early Modern Colloquium 
Women Writers Project ("long-term research project devoted to early modern women's writing and electronic text encoding") (Brown U.)


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