A Digital Archive Webography

This is a draft of a resource for the Scripps Digital Archives course – I’d be happy to add your favorite digital archive to the list!

Core III: Creating Archives Digital Webography (+)

Glossary of archival terms

About the Human Genome Project

Aggregated 18th century resources

Archimedes Palimpsest (history of math and digital imaging technology)

Archive Grid: Explore the World’s Archives

Archives Next blog: “The problem with the scholar as ‘archivist’…”

Archives of the Earth (description of geo-history)

Ashes2Art (art history/archeology)

Caribbean Through a Lens

Casebooks Project (Medicine)

Citizen Archive

Day of Digital Archives Blog

Documents from the Women’s Liberation Movement

Earth Data Analysis Center

Earth Simulator Archive (describes, but doesn’t do)

English Ballad Broadside Archive

Feminist Memory: “Digital Feminist Archive”

Galaxy Zoo: Hubble

Gaming Archive (article on the archive at UMich)

Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth

Gender News article on Chicana feminist archives

Hiroshima Archive

Historic American Papers

Historic Iowa Children’s Diaries

Images from the History of Medicine

Immigrant Archive Project

Immigration Records

Lesley Hall’s “Gender and Archives”

Madison’s LGBT Community, 1960’s to present (oral history project)

Medici Archive Project (art, politics, science)

NASA Earth Observatory

New York’s Historic Menus (see what was for dinner)

Occupy Archive

Old Bailey Online (law)

Old Weather: Our Weather’s Past

One: National Gay and Lesbian Archive

Reading Archives Blog

Ronald Schuchard’s “Excavating the Imagination: Archival Research and the Digital Revolution”

South Asian American Digital Archive

Tales of Things

The Black Archives of Mid-America

The Chronicle: “Gaming the Archive”

The Cornell University Hip Hop Archive

The Internet Archive

The National Archives

The Suppressed Histories Archive: real women, global vision

Theorizing the Queer Archive

Trans Atlantic Slave Trade Database

Who Speaks for the Negro Archival Collection

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