Links:

This page includes reading, journal, and writing assignments

The content of these links is in constant flux, so be sure to refresh. Also, if you find any broken links--or you find newer and cooler ones--please email Mr. C. to contribute.

Mystery & Crime Literature Resources


Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Agatha Christie:

(Although these links below are from a comercial web site, the resources are excellent:)


Academic Discourse

The Write Way: Empire State College  


For Research

Writing About Literature

Writing About Literature: U of NC at Chapel Hill

Academic Writing: Reviews of Literature

Writing Conclusions: From Harvard

Academic Discourse

The Write Way: Empire State College


American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library


Smithsonian Institution: American Social and Cultural History

On-Line Data Bases at Warren

Philosophy Links

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Essays in Philosophy: A Biannual Journal

Chapter 5 of "Experiencing the Humanities" by Richard Jewell

Philosophy 101: Introduction to Philosophy

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Literary Theories

From Purdue's OWL (online writing lab) An Introductory Literary Theory

Philosophy (relates to lit theory) A Must Read!

Feminist Literary Theory and Criticism

Contemporary Literary Theory

Kristi Siegel: Introduction to Modern Literary Theory

An Introductory Guide to Literary Theory

Here are some others

For Writing

These handouts are formatted as Microsoft Word documents and PDF files

etext.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/PoeMurd.html Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849. The Murders in the Rue Morgue Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library.

These are Power Point Presentations

For Introductions and Conclusions

For Introductions and Conclusions--from Dartmouth

Writing and Thinking about Conclusions--from Harvard

For Invention

Invention PowerPoint: Common Topics (Topoi)

For Style

Stylistic Devices:

 For Fallacies

Fallacies

A List of Fallacies.

Informal Fallacies 

 For Writing in General

Some on-line guides and writing centers:

Purdue University's OWL (Online Writing Lab)

The Writing Center

Writing Tutorial Services

Resources for Students from Dartmouth

For MLA in-text citations
(parenthetical documentation)

LEO--Literacy Education Online

The Writing Center--University of Wisconsin Madison

Duke Library--This one is excellent

For Feminism: Remember, looking at feminism is a positive and constructive way of looking at issues in society! Students who avoid feminism, understand less than half the world!

National Organization for Women: NOW

Women in the United States: U.S. Department of State's Office of International Information Programs

Women's Human Rights Resources: Bora Laskin Law Library at the University of Toronto

Google