Romanticism on the Internet--

Romantic Chronology (UC Santa Barbara & Miami U., Ohio):

British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832 (U of Cal. Davis):

The European Mirror of the Romantic Chronology (Queen's U., Belfast):

The Modern English Collection at the Electronic Center (UVa)

British Poetry 1780-1910: A Hypermedia Archive of Scholarly Editions (UVA), co-editor, Jerome McGann:

Blake Archive (hosted at UVA), directed by Morris Eaves, Robert N. Essick, and Joseph Viscomi:

The UPenn Gopher (with its substantial non-canonical Romantics holdings):


also known as PEAL: Penn English Archive and Library


See especially Stuart Curran's Home Page at

Romantic Links, Electronic Texts, and Home Pages (Univ.of Penna.), Michael Gamer

The Frankenstein Project (U. Penn):

Romantic Circles Project (Second-Generation Romantics and Their Circle), major participants, Donald Reiman, Neil Fraistat, Carl Stahmer:

Bluestocking Archive (U. Mass.), Elizabeth Fay:

Romantic Women Writers Page (Nottingham Univ.), Adriana Craciun:

Romanticism on the Net (Oxford U., England):


Romanticsm CD-ROM (U. of Alberta):

Romanticism at UT Austin, Computer Writing and Research Lab of UT Austin directed by Daniel Anderson:

Women of the Romantic Period (UT Austin), Daniel Anderson and Morri Safran:

New Books in 19th-Century Studies:

The Keats-Shelley Journal Home Page, ed. Steven E. Jones

19th Century British and Irish Authors, Mitsuharu Matsuoka (Nagoya University):

Victorian Web Sites, Mitsuharu Matsuoka (Nagoya University):

A more extensive list of Web sites connected to Romantic Studies, as well as an extensive list of humanities resources, is available on Voice of the Shuttle (UC Santa Barbara), Alan Liu:

Works by Women Writers On Line--

This list comes from Adriana Craciun's Women Romantic-Era Writers at:

Craciun's web page contains many other sources, including sources for individual writers and texts.

The Bluestocking Archive (Elizabeth Fay, UMass)

Brown University Women Writers Project

A Celebration of Women Writers, a wide range of women writers available online (UPenn)

Project Electra: Women's Writing 1780-1830 (Oxford)

The Orlando Project: An Integrated History of Women's Writing in the British Isles (U Alberta)

Victorian Women Writers Project, at Indiana

More Shameless Scribblers: Biographical info. on women writers from the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica:

The Kassandra Project: Visionary German Women Around 1800 (Reed)

Women's Literature Page (U. of North Carolina)

Isle of Lesbos: Lesbian Poetry

British Poetry 1780-1910: A Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions (at Virginia)

Women of the Romantic Period (UT Austin)

Laura Mandell, Miami Univ. of Ohio, Oxford, OH 45056.