This webpage will guide you to some key texts and documents for this course

European History and Culture
  1. IRELAND:  databases and links to primary documents
  2. Royal Irish Academy (links to Celtic language texts in translation)
  3. Internet Medieval Sourcebook  
  4. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (a chronice of events in Britain compiled from the 6th to 11th centuries)
Islamic History and Culture
Islamic Arts 
  1. Archnet Digital Library (Excellent visual and publications consortium and archive for Islamic art and architecture)  
  2. Discover Islamic Art at the Museum with No Frontiers 
  3. 3D Panorama of the Qutb Minar complex
  4. Museum of Islamic Art, Doha Qatar
African History and Culture
  1. is an excellent resource on African arts and culture, both contemporary and historical.  Also known as the Africa House it is located in Endicott, New York.  Founded and directed by Nkiru Nzegwu, an accomplished and well-known painter and artist, and Chair and Professor of Africana Studies at Binghamton University, State University of New York, the Africa House occupies a multi-storied, architecturally designed gallery and art and media studio gallery with residences for visiting artists.  Its managing director Azuka Nzegwu, Ph.D., has developed an interactive website that links one to many events, art journals and other media related to African culture and the arts.
  2. Arts Council of the African Studies Association.  The leading scholarly association for North American scholars of African arts.  This provides excellent resources and support for scholars and undergraduate and graduate students to present papers and attend periodic conferences.
  3. Art History Resources on the Web:  African Art.  The index page link is found here
India and South Asia
China, Japan, and other Asian
  1. Incan and Aztec
  2. Popol Vuh (Precolumbian mythological creation text)
  3. Mayan writing system and literature

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