Comparative Literature Resources

Europeana Collections is a collection of almost 58,000,000 resources in book, manuscript, art, film and music media drawn from European museums, galleries, libraries and archives. Curated collections include: The Rise of Literacy in Europe, Migration, the First World War, Twentieth Century Modernist Art, and Women’s History.

LitLine is a website which serves the independent literary community. It features a extensive databases of independent, community and not-for-profit publishers, literary and poetry journals, and organisations which support independent writers and poets.

Online Books Page comprises an index of more than 2 million online and electronic books,  readable without charge, copyright cleared or with permissions for non-commercial use, with search facilities by author, title, and subject

VoS – Voice of the Shuttle is a database that serves content dynamically on the Internet. The VoS categories include resources in Literature in English, Literatures other than English, Classical Studies, Literary TheoryGender and Sexuality Studies, in all languages, and covering individual authors as well as genres, topics and periods. There are also databases of journals, conferences and mailing lists. 

Words Without Borders: The Online Magazine for International Literature carries a wide range of fiction and interviews from contemporary international authors. Words without Borders has published 2,200 writers from 134 countries, translated from 114 languages, and also holds regular events, in addition to its education programme WWB Campus, which aims to inspire a lifelong interest in international literature.