[On August 6, 1991, World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee publicly announced his WWW software for the first time. So for the 30th anniversary of the occasion that brought us all here, this week I’ve highlighted just a handful of the many wonderful AmericanStudies websites. Leading up to this crowd-sourced post featuring suggestions from fellow AmericanWebStudiers—add yours in comments, please!]
First, a couple favorites I didn’t share in the week’s posts (among many I could highlight here—please share more, all!):
The awesome folks at Pedagogy & American Literary Studies
Heather Cox Richardson & co.’s We’re History
Other AmericanStudies sites:
Scott Saul has a couple great sites, this digital companion to his Richard Pryor bio and this one featuring student-generated projects from an AmericanStudies seminar on the Berkeley Revolution he’s taught a few times.
Annual birthday posts start this weekend,
PS. What do you think? Favorite websites, past or present, you’d share?