China Financial Markets, a blog from Michael Pettis [
Check out the Museum’s new website. It looks nice, There are sections on Milestones and Benchmarks, Exhibitions and Programs, Collections, Education, Collaboration, and more.
Philosophy Research Base
From Erratic Impact, there is the history of philosophy, various philosophical topics, philosophers by name, philosophy departments, philosopher home pages, philosophy journals and organizations. You can search for new and used books (on Amazon or Powell’s Books). Featured websites include: American philosophy, analytic philosophy, ecological philosophy, queer theory, angst/dread/phobia, feminist philosophy and ecofeminism, music theory and ethnomusicology [which is usually part of anthropology], philosophy by time period (ancient, medieval, modern, 19th century, 20th century), and political theory. Interesting and somewhat unique site.
Five-Part Series of Web Resources for Students
From Scholatici (a project of Gideon Addington—student at the
The five parts are: (go to the Student Help Forum section)
- Beyond Wikipedia: 20 References You Can’t Do Without
- Books on the Web (e-books)
- The Full System: Note Taking, Scheduling, and Studying
- The 10 Best Facebook Apps for Students and 3 to Avoid
- 6 Facebook Apps for Students and everyone else