The Association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries (ABTAPL) was formed to support librarians and others who work in, or are associated with, libraries with collections of theological, religious or philosophical materials. This homepage provides information about the organisation, together with membership details, notice of meetings, and details of publications. ABTAPL holds meetings twice a year, and publishes a thrice yearly Bulletin, a Guide to the Theological and Religious Studies Collections of Great Britain and Ireland, and the ABTAPL Union List of Periodicals. The website also provides information about the Association's discussion list which is open to all.
This is the website for the critical theory archive at the University of California, Irvine. Material held at the archive includes the manuscripts and other personal papers of theorists Jacques Derrida, Paul de Man, Stanley Fish, Ihab Hassan, Wolfgang Iser, Murray Krieger, J. Hillis Miller, René Wellek, and others. The archive also has a collection of published works (including monographs) by or about key critical theorists. Online materials include links to the Wellek Library Bibliographies, the University of California Humanities Research Institute Bibliographies, as well as links to the Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism, Chadwyck-Healey's Literary Theory, and the Critical Theory subject page of the University of California, Irvine.
This is the home page of the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB). The organisation's central aim is to make the complete writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) available in the form of electronic facsimile and transcriptions. This website informs visitors of their research projects and activities. It also allows access to their annual and project reports; and contains details of their publications and WAB library holdings as well as news about seminars, conferences and workshops relating to Wittgenstein. Details of how to obtain permission to access the full contents of the Wittgenstein Archives can be found in the FAQ section of the site.
This website provides a detailed introduction to the library special collections, archives, museums and digital resources held at the University of Aberdeen. These collections have a distinctly Scottish flavour, although their quality is said to be of international significance, and range from the archives of the University’s own five centuries of history, through family and estate records, to items associated with the history of science and medicine, Jacobitism and the Enlightenment. These records can be searched via the library catalogue. The website also acts as a portal to the University’s eight museums, all leaders in their field, ranging from ethnography to zoology. The website also details the various digitisation projects which have taken place, a set of useful resources derived from key collections. Of particular note is the archive of "Collection Highlights" which showcase particular collections or achives as well illustrated online exhibitions.