The EServer is a noncommercial, open access electronic publishing cooperative, founded in 1990, which publishes writings in the arts and humanities free of charge to Internet readers. It hosts two dozen Plone sites, and is rated by Alexa as the most popular arts and humanities website in the world. The EServer publishes more than 35,000 works to approximately two million visitors per month.
The EServer's documentation/user guide (a Plone website) is available online here.
- Ames Historic Preservation Commission (United States)
- The Ames Historic Preservation Commission (AHPC) is a government commission of the city of Ames, Iowa. The AHPC reviews and makes recommendations on proposals for designating areas as historic districts; provides information within districts on preservation, renovation, rehabilitation, and reuse; holds hearings and reviews applications for new construction, alteration, demolition, or relocation of landmarks or property or structures within districts; and, reviews proposed zoning amendments that affect landmarks and districts.
- Antislavery Literature Project (United States)
- The goal of the Antislavery Literature Project is to increase public access to a body of literature crucial to understanding African American experience, US and hemispheric histories of slavery, and early human rights philosophies. These multilingual collections contribute to an educational consciousness of the role of many antislavery writers in creating contemporary concepts of freedom.
- Bad Subjects: Political Education For Everyday Life (United States)
- Bad Subjects is a research collaborative. Together, the collaborative creates and publishes an online zine of cultural and political criticism to promote critical thinking and public education about the political implications of everyday life. Originally founded at UC Berkeley in September 1992, Bad Subjects may be the longest continuously-running publication on the internet.
- Books (United States)
- A collection of book-length monographs available online from the EServer. These written works are published free of charge, and are available to everyone. Our goal is to make book-length writings accessible to online readers and researchers.
- David Mamet Society (United States)
- This Society studies the works of the playwright, filmmaker, director, essayist and author David Mamet.
- Drama (United States)
- This EServer Drama and Theatre website contains a collection of original plays and screenplays, criticism and links to other sites concerned with theatre. It publishes both classic and contemporary works, and consider submitted original works.
- Feminism and Women's Studies (United States)
- The Feminism and Women's Studies site was first designed in 1993 by members of the Carnegie Mellon University Women's Center. One of the earliest women's studies web sites on the Internet, our site has grown to be one of the most popular websites in the field available online.
- Fiction Collection (United States)
- This site offers works of and about fiction collected from our members, contributing authors worldwide, and texts in the public domain.
- Iowa State University Department of English (United States)
- The ISU Department of English is an internationally recognized home for a diverse set of research and teaching interests within the language arts. Several degree programs offer both graduate and undergraduate students broad opportunities for research and study in such fields as creative writing, linguistics, literature, and communication and rhetoric.
- Iowa State University Studio for New Media (United States)
- The Studio for New Media is an interdisciplinary research institute organized to support, further, and coordinate work with digital media currently done by individuals across multiple departments at ISU.
- Orange Journal (United States)
- The Orange Journal of Technical Communication and Information Design is a graduate student journal that strives to foster critical thinking and discussion on a wide variety of topics and issues important to technical communicators.
- Reference (United States)
- This site is intended to be a portal of reference resources, a single location people can visit in order to find the sources that may help them improve their intial question, then find the answers they seek.
- Rhetoric and Composition (United States)
- This website is intended to list a variety of resources useful to rhetoricians.
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