Online Journals and Publications
This section contains links to various online publications maintained by or otherwise associated with the Electronic Text Center, as well as a selection of articles featuring the Center. To access the Electronic Text Center's online helpsheets, click here.
Please note : many other online humanities and Social Science journals, bibliographies, and reference works can be found from our library's UVA Library Journals & Index Collections section, part of a rapidly developing set of digital library services at Virginia.
- Studies in Bibliography: 1948-2001: 54 years of articles on literary, historical and bibliographic matters, from the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.
- Journal of Scriptural Reasoning: Published by the Society of Scriptural Reasoning, the Journal gathers religion and text scholars into a conversation in which the richness and depth of diverse scriptural readings can be uncovered, discussed, and interpreted.
- Student Journal of Scriptural Reasoning: Published by the Society of Scriptural Reasoning, the Student Journal encourages dialogue between scriptural traditions as a part of undergraduate scholarship.
- Journal of Textual Reasoning: Published by the Society for Textual Reasoning, the Journal publishes essays in the exegetical analyses of Jewish texts and the practice and theory of textual reasoning.
- Essays in History 1990-1998: published annually by the graduate students of the University of Virginia's Corcoran Department of History.
- IT Journal : a publication of the Instructional Technology Program at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education.
- Journal of Southern Religion: the first scholarly journal devoted to the study of religion in the American South.
- The Visual Anthropology Review [Tables of Contents and information -- not full-text]
- Thomas Jefferson: bibliography of writings about him: 1826-1900
- Thomas Jefferson: a comprehensive, annotated bibliography of writings
about him (1826-1980)
Frank Shuffelton, editor
- Thomas Jefferson, 1981-1990 : an annotated bibliography. Frank Shuffelton. New York : Garland Pub., 1992.
- ASLE: the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment
- Center on Religion and Democracy
- Children of Abraham Institute
- Board of Visitors Minutes (1965-1999)
- Arboretum Committee Minutes (1985-2006)
- Bayly Museum Collections Database
- April 5-6, 2002: The Future of Literary Studies, the University of Virginia Department of English Faculty Conference. Edited by John Unsworth and published in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Technology for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.
- March 30-31, 2001: Texts and Contexts, the University of Virginia Department of English Faculty Conference. Edited by John Unsworth and published in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Technology for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.
- Spring 2000: Emily Lorraine de Montluzin: Attributions of Authorship in the European Magazine, 1782-1826. Published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.
- Fall 1997: Shakespearean Prompt-Books of the Seventeenth Century. Published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.
- Fall 1997: Emily Lorraine de Montluzin: Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868. Published by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.
- Spring 1997: Benedicte Wrensted: An Idaho Photographer in Focus. The Etext Center and the Visual Anthropology Review are pleased to provide support for this remarkable collection of North American Indian photographs. J. David Sapir, Department of Anthropology.
- 1995: Rita Dove. "Lady Freedom Among Us." [Includes text, images, audio, and video.]
- Electronic Theses and Disserations in the Humanities: A Directory of On-Line References and Resources
- Timothy D. Pyatt. Guide to African-American Documentary Resources in North Carolina. Charlottesville, 1996.
- Michael Plunkett. Afro-American Sources in Virginia. A Guide to Manuscripts. Charlottesville, 1995.
- Anthony M. Cummings, Marcia L. Witte, William G. Bowen, Laura O. Lazarus, and Richard H. Ekman: University Libraries and Scholarly Communication. Published by The Association of Research Libraries for The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, November 1992.
- David Seaman: The User Community as Responsibility and Resource: Building a Sustainable Digital Library. D-Lib Magazine, July/August 1997.
- Students Parlay Library Experience Into Lucrative Jobs. LIBRARY DEVELOPMENTS Volume 3 No. 3 Spring 1996.
- Graham Burnett: "Keeping Libraries Alive" and "The Lays of Ancient ROM". The Economist, August 27th, 1994.
- David Seaman: "Of Books and Bytes: Electronic Texts at the University of Virginia Rare Book School." Watermark, Winter 1995. [Creating African-American resources].
- Anne Oplinger: "E-mail, E-texts, E-gads!: The Pleasures and Perils of Setting Up House in the Electronic Academical Village." University of Virginia Alumni News Volume LXXXII, No. 2, January/February 1994
- Greg Easley: "Monticello Avenue: Paved Road to the Infobahn?" The C-Ville Weekly, April 4-10, 1995.
a Course in the New Media Markets." Industry Interviews. April 1995.
Diane M. Heppting, Chair, Aris Multimedia Entertainment. [Prepared for Exploring the New Media: CD-ROM, Internet/Online, and Copyright Issues Washington, D.C., March 30, 31, and April 1, 1995].
- David Seaman: "Campus Publishing in Standardized Electronic Formats: HTML and TEI." Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks. 1994.
- Dan Ream: "The University of Virginia's Electronic Text Center: an Interview with David Seaman." Virginia Librarian: April-June 1993.
- David Seaman: "Gate-Keeping A Garden of Etext Delights: Electronic Texts and the Humanities. 1993 Gateways, Gatekeepers, and Roles in the Information Omniverse.
Articles not yet available online include
- "Multi-Institutional EAD: The University of Virginia's Role in the American Heritage Project." The American Archivist. 60:4 (Fall 1997): 436-445.
- "Selection, Access, and Control in a Library of Electronic Texts." Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 22:3/4 (1996): 75-84.
- "`A library and apparatus of every kind': The Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia." Information Technology and Libraries. Spring 1994.
- "The Electronic Text Center: A Humanities Computing Initiative at the University of Virginia." The Electronic Library. Vol 11. June 1993. pp. 195-199.
See also the Electronic Text Center's list of faculty, staff and student projects.