Women's History/Literary Links, plus bonuses ...
Trying to clear out my Gmail account at least (if I haven't emailed yet I should get to you soon-ish), and am reminded of lots of excellent recent links:
Brilliant, early feminist essays (pub. 1886-1915) on Emily Dickinson's life, letters, & poetry by: (1) Emily Fowler Ford, (2) Ella Gilbert Ives, (3) Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant, (4) Thomas Wentworth Higginson, (5) Susan Huntington Dickinson, (6) Lilian Whiting, and (7) Martha Dickinson Bianchi
Ellen's recent post on the artist Angelica Kauffman. Ellen has also revamped her web resources on the poet Anne Kingsmill Finch.
A complete academic book, Historicizing Romantic Sexuality online. The site doesn't really describe why, but hey, it is a great idea.
Then a whole journal online, the Medieval Forum. In the latest issue are articles including "Chaucer and the early Church" and "The Interactions of Papal and Royal Power in John Capgrave's Abbreuiacion of Cronicles".
I may have pointed to this before, but it is brilliant Internet Shakespeare editions.
The letters of an Elizabethan "intelligencer", William Herle.
Web resources for 18th-century studies.