EN406 - Literary Theory:  Ways of Reading Texts - World Lit.

foucaultHere are some World Wide Web and Internet resources for the study of Literary Theory

The Voice of the Shuttle, Humanities and Cultural Studies Web Resources, edited by Alan Liu, UCSB. See especially links to Literary Theory 

Journal of Post-Modern Culture (Electronic journal published by North Carolina State University, Oxford University Press, and the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities.)

CTHEORY (An international, electronic review of books on theory, technology and culture.)

The Spoon Collective Home Page (Contemporary Philosophy and Theory, at UVA)

Theory and Cultural Studies Resources (from The English Server, Carnegie-Mellon U.)

Postmodern Theory, Culture Studies, and Hypertext 

Bruno Latour and William Gibson: A Hypertext Honors Thesis by Ethan Astor (1996)

General Bibliographies and Humanities Databases

Citing Electronic Sources  - A collection of links to websites with guidelines for citing material from the World Wide Web, CD-ROMs and other electronic sources.  The emphasis is on MLA format, but there is information for APA, Chicago, and Turabian, as well.