Important milestones in arts, science, and politics listed year by year from 1660 to 1800.
World History Course with emphasis on how revolutions occur.
An interdisciplinary bibliography.
An impressive site containing information on both the French and English Baroque periods.
History research projects created by and for literature students at the University of Michigan.
A soldier of the French and Revolutionary Wars containing many extraordinary occurrences relating to his own private history, and an account of some interesting events in the history of the times in which he lived, no-where else recorded.
Articles and critical studies about books and publications in late 17th and early 18th century including links to resources.
Brief essays on newspaper coverage of early American history.
An international, interdisciplinary annual founded for the purpose of supporting study of early modern thought by publishing research pertinent to the fields of philosophy, natural philosophy, medicine, law, historiography, political theory, religion, economics, and the human sciences.