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The Biblical Languages mailing list discusses the technologies needed to work with biblical languages on computers. This includes word processing, HTML, XML, Unicode, fonts, and whatever else is needed to get the job done. Includes a link to…

Finding the Celtic is an experiment to create an online digital humanities collaboratory for Celtic Studies funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It will enable users to locate, access, and annotate resources for Celtic Studies, to…

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This web is a collection of information on Buddhism picked up through random reading. The focus is on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism, Gelukpa sect. Some information on Hinduism is also included, with the thought that Hinduism is the background of…

The Undergraduate Program Advisory Committee facilitates the establishment and expansion of undergraduate programs in linguistics at universities, colleges, and community colleges, through a three-pronged effort involving: (a) promoting, supporting,…

This site contains works in the analytic tradition in philosophy. The works cover topics in Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Metaethics, and Late Modern Philosophy.

From works by English Grammarian Henry Watson Fowler (1858-1933) includes:Lexicon Words of Anglo-Saxon origin; Saxeon Orthography & pronunciation guide; Verbs "Sing, sang, sung" explained! and a brief biography of H.W. Fowler

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English (largely based on Merriam-Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary of 1913), presented in XML. Search for a word