Books and Literature
IATH uses information technology as a tool for scholarly humanities research. From this page, you can explore their many projects, including "Mapping the Dalai Lamas," "The Mayan Epigraphic Database Project," "The Architecture of Thomas Jefferson," and more.
Listen in on William Faulkner at the University of Virginia in 1957 and 1958, during his two terms as U.Va.’s first Writer-in-Residence.
Search this rich repository of digital resources, including digital texts, images, audio, maps and geospatial data, video, electronic journals and databases, archival finding aids, statistics and social science data and special projects.
Take advantage of the Scholars' geospatial, text, statistical and image resources.
Use this multimedia research tool to learn more about the Divine Comedy. Included are a gallery, maps, music, timelines and teacher resources.
Access 158 volumes of early American fiction as well as 199 manuscripts and many images.
This archive focuses on Mark Twain's works in relation to the time in which he wrote them.
This multimedia archive offers primary material, essays, a timeline, and more to explore more about this story as an American cultural phenomenon.
This archive is an electronic research and teaching tool that makes Whitman's work accessible. See his published works, manuscripts, biography and correspondence, criticism and pictures and sound.
This online exhibit accents the physical exhibition at the Special Collections Library.
This site makes available numerous texts around the Revelation of the Christian apostle St. John.
This online exhibition draws on books from the U.Va. Libraries that bring up questions around censorship.
This archive facilitates the scholarly study of Rossetti, a painter, designer, writer and translator in the 19th century in Great Britain. The archive provides access to all of his pictorial and textual works and to a large contextual body of material.
Search databases, find articles, look through full text literature collections and full text newspapers and periodicals and find other reference sources.
Read through a database of 1,288 works of influential American poets.
This collection of over 2,500 poems provides a survey of African American poetry.