"Everything that we think of as world history would not have taken place without the compass." TED science curator David Biello explains how the device changed our relationship to the world.
From an 1869 presentation of 933 volumes to the United States by the Emperor of China, the collections of the Asian Division have grown to represent one of the most comprehensive collections of Asian language materials in the world.
Information on Protestant & Catholic reformation, including conflicts and effects on women.
Part of the BELIEVE, Religious Information website, it gives a clearly written explanation of the causes and results of the Reformation.
BBC site that has good information on the Tudors in Britain including Henry VIII and the reformation.
Scholarly articles, governmental records and images documenting various epidemic diseases in western Europe between 1348 and 1530.
Table of contents has entries for literature, history, science, music, religion and philosophy. Links to other sites, on-line journals, museums.
Primary and secondary electronic texts from Hanover College.
Political history, social history, religion, philosophy, literature, and more on Victorian times. Includes links to related sites.