Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes
Provides bibliographic information and access to documents, audio and photographs in various repositories, digital libraries, research portals and archives in the areas of literature, history, antrhropology and politics. Covers Spain (Spanish, Catalan, Galician) and Latin America. Special collections included are sign language and children literature
Insula. Revista de Letras y ciencias humanas
Online index to this long-running literary magazine (1946) with monographic issues devoted to one author, one period, topics and motifs of literary history, and the analysis of literary production in the different languages of the Spanish peninsula: Catalan, Galician and Basque, always keeping in mind Latin American literature. The magazine is available in print (current year on display) and on microfilm (Z1007 I54 Microfilm
Organization created in 1991 to promote and teach the Spanish language as well as the other co-oficial langiuages and promote Spanish and Hispanic American culture (Arts, Science, Literature, Music, Cinema. Includes several portals, such as Centro Virtual Cervantes http://cvc.cervantes.es/ for teachers of t he Spanish language, and translators, and Portal del hispanismo http://hispanismo.cervantes.es/ with information of Hispanists, University Departments and Associations doing Hispanic Studies in the World
The Cervantes Project
Contains the Cervantes International Bibliography online, several electronic editions of Cervantes's complete works, digital image archive, PDF project publications, and links.
La Página del Idioma Español
Sections with links to literature pages (electronic journals, author pages), digital dictionaries (Spanish language: general, special, and bilingual), translation (topics, problems and advice), Spanish grammar, Spanish and Latin American radio stations on the Internet, and more.
Links to the journal Lemir (Literatura Española Medieval y del Renacimiento), catalogues of Spanish libraries, literary pages, virtual libraries and ISBN (Spanish books in print).
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Project
Electronic edition of complete works of 17th century Mexican poet-nun, based on the text of Alfonso Méndez Plancarte and Alberto G. Salceda.