We invite you to explore other scholarly Digital Liberal Arts (DLA) projects. Below please find links to projects that are thematically related to ours and/or to projects that we have found particularly inspirational. To facilitate your perusal, we have divided them in the following ways: 1. projects focused on the history of sexuality and gender; 2. projects focused on policing and regulation; 3. projects focused on other fields of French history; 4. projects focused on eighteenth-century studies outside of France; and 5. projects that are conceptually distant from our own but have proved particularly instructive to us. We also provide links to some metasources relevant to the DLA world.

The History of Sexuality and Gender

Digital Transgender Archive

Policing and Regulation

The Old Bailey Online
London Lives

French History

Project for American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (ARTFL)
Dictionnaire de l’Académie française
Familles Parisiennes
Comédie-Française Registers
Literary Tour de France
The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe
WikiGenWeb (on Paris)
The Sound of Eighteenth-Century Paris

Eighteenth-Century Studies

Gazettes Européennes du 18e Siécle
Mapping the Republic of Letters
The 18th-Century Common

Other Exciting Scholarship

The Many-Headed Monster
Pietro Mellini’s Inventory in Verse, 1681
The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes
Fly Through Seventeenth-Century London


Gallica Online
Digital Humanities at Berkeley Research Guide