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Digital library of French and francophone culture maintained by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Contains electronic texts, images, maps, animation, and sound files of French and other publications in history, literature, science, philosophy, law, economics, and political science. Almost all "classic" works of French literature are represented.
Provides direct or indirect access to a vast number of archival materials in national, regional, or municipal archives throughout France and overseas departments and territories. Resources are browsable by geographic region or material type and include parish registers, marriage records, photographs, urban planning documents, maps, etc.
French-language literary, religious, philosophical, political, and scientific works from the 13th through the 20th centuries. Genres include novels, verse, theater, journalism, essays, correspondence, and treatises. Standard scholarly editions were used in converting the text into machine-readable form. Includes Pamphlets and Periodicals of the French Revolution of 1848.
Découvrez ici, classée par supports et par thèmes, l'image sous toutes ses formes dans Gallica: Modes et costumes, Dessins d'architectes, Dessin de presse, Affiches et affichistes, photographes et photographie, Galerie de portraits d'artistes de la scene, La photographie de spectacle, L'histoire de France par l'image, Paris, La nature, Sports et sportifs; et L'Opera
Digitized images of fine art from around the world. All images can be freely used for educational and noncommercial scholarly purposes. To access the full functionality of the database (including saving and downloading images to a personal library), users must create a personal account. See the "register" link at the top of the Artstor main page.
The purpose of this website is to assemble resources related to slavery in the Francophone world from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Special attention is given to women writers whose antislavery writings in France are often overlooked and undervalued. It provides primary and secondary materials and a list of annotated related sites.