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* [http://anno.onb.ac.at/ ANNO: Austrian Newspapers Online]<br /> Digitization project for Austrian newspapers (late 19th and early 20th century).<br />
* [http://anno.onb.ac.at/ ANNO: Austrian Newspapers Online]<br /> Digitization project for Austrian newspapers (late 19th and early 20th century).<br />
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* [http://bbf.dipf.de/kataloge/bibliothekskatalog/catalog.pl Bildungsgeschichte Online]<br /> Large historical collection of full-text German education journals.<br />
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* [https://bbf.dipf.de/kataloge/bibliothekskatalog/catalog.pl Bildungsgeschichte Online]<br /> Large historical collection of full-text German education journals.<br />
* [http://sammlungen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/cm/nav/index/title/ Compact Memory: Retrospektive Digitalisierung jüdischer Periodika im deutschsprachigen Raum]<br /> A major digitization project of Jewish German periodicals (mainly 19th and early 20th century). <br />
* [http://sammlungen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/cm/nav/index/title/ Compact Memory: Retrospektive Digitalisierung jüdischer Periodika im deutschsprachigen Raum]<br /> A major digitization project of Jewish German periodicals (mainly 19th and early 20th century). <br />
<!--* [http://www.digizeitschriften.de/ DigiZeitschriften: Das deutsche Zeitschriftenarchiv]<br /> Major digitization project for scholarly journals across the disciplines (from Anglistik to Volkswirtschaft). Access to many issues is restricted. (In progress) <br /> This digitization project seems to no longer exist at that link and appears to have become a subscription database. It is available at UMich and UWisc, or so it would seem.-->
<!--* [http://www.digizeitschriften.de/ DigiZeitschriften: Das deutsche Zeitschriftenarchiv]<br /> Major digitization project for scholarly journals across the disciplines (from Anglistik to Volkswirtschaft). Access to many issues is restricted. (In progress) <br /> This digitization project seems to no longer exist at that link and appears to have become a subscription database. It is available at UMich and UWisc, or so it would seem.-->
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* [http://www.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/diglib/aufklaerung/suche.htm Enlightenment journals (digitization project)]<br /> A large number of 18th and 19th century journals, ranging from ''Berlinische Monatsschrift'' to ''Thalia''. Search and browse full text. <br />
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* [http://ds.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/viewer/ Enlightenment journals (digitization project)]<br /> A large number of 18th and 19th century journals, ranging from ''Berlinische Monatsschrift'' to ''Thalia''. Search and browse full text. <br />
* [http://www.dnb.de/DE/DEA/Kataloge/Exilpresse/exilpresse_node.html Exilpresse digital]<br /> A selection of significant German exile magazines (1933-1945)
* [http://www.dnb.de/DE/DEA/Kataloge/Exilpresse/exilpresse_node.html Exilpresse digital]<br /> A selection of significant German exile magazines (1933-1945)
* [http://gso.gbv.de/ IDZ - Index of German Journals 1750-1815]<br /> Indexes about contains 100.000 records of articles published from 1750 to 1815 in 195 periodicals. No full text (although some of the journals will be available from the Enlightenment journals project (above).<br />
* [http://gso.gbv.de/ IDZ - Index of German Journals 1750-1815]<br /> Indexes about contains 100.000 records of articles published from 1750 to 1815 in 195 periodicals. No full text (although some of the journals will be available from the Enlightenment journals project (above).<br />
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* [http://www.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/helios/digi/ulkhd.html Ulk. Illustriertes Wochenblatt für Humor und Satire ]<br /> Digitization covers 1914-1930 of this satirical weekly. <br />
* [http://www.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/helios/digi/ulkhd.html Ulk. Illustriertes Wochenblatt für Humor und Satire ]<br /> Digitization covers 1914-1930 of this satirical weekly. <br />
* [http://dispatch.opac.dnb.de/DB=1.1/ ZDB: Zeitschriftendatenbank]<br /> A union catalog of German periodicals held at German libraries (1500-). About 1.1 million titles with detailed holdings information. Now with links to free full-text journals. <br />
* [http://dispatch.opac.dnb.de/DB=1.1/ ZDB: Zeitschriftendatenbank]<br /> A union catalog of German periodicals held at German libraries (1500-). About 1.1 million titles with detailed holdings information. Now with links to free full-text journals. <br />
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* see also: [http://www.doaj.org/search?query=german Directory of open access journals]
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* see also: [https://doaj.org/search?query=german#.WXddf_krJhE Directory of open access journals] For German language journals, see menu on left.
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Contents

German Studies Web: Major and Minor Digital Projects

This page provides an overview of major digitization projects of interest to scholars and students in German Studies. It focuses on retrospective digitization of older materials. For digital versions of modern reference books etc. consult, for example, the Reference Shelf.

For more comprehensive listings and additional projects consult the following sites:

Portals

A superb compilation of digital projects in German Studies or from German-speaking countries.
Portal zu Bibliotheken, Archiven, Museen.
A subset of the DFG projects in GEPRIS (below.)
Convenient access to a number of major digitization projects conducted by the BSB.
Portal to digital content from German libraries, archives, museums, research institutions, and other organizations. The site provides access to texts such as books, articles, dissertations, and manuscripts; images of paintings, maps, museum objects, and more.
Very large, international list of digital collections containing German books.
Literally hundreds of millions of digitized photos from German cultural institutions.
Collection of links to historical source documents of the early modern period.
A database of digitization projects conducted under the auspices of the DFG.
A guide to hundreds of German digital projects and the sponsoring institutions.
A guide to digital collections from European museums, archives and libraries.
  • Vascoda (2003-2011)
Interdisciplinary internet portal sponsored by the DFG, now defunct.

Periodicals & Newspapers

Historical Source Materials and Images

Dissertations

Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

Digitized Books & Manuscripts

Web Editions of Individual Authors

(Only freely accessible scholarly projects are listed)

  • DigiBaeck
    Search the digital collections at the Leo Baeck Institute in New York, NY. Over 75% of the archival collection is available online, including 2000 manuscripts and memoirs. In addition, many of the collection's books, photographs, and other material may be viewed online.
  • Karl Gutzkow Digitale Gesamtausgabe
  • Heinrich Heine Portal
    A major project that combines the Düsseldorfer Heine-Ausgabe and the Heine-Säkularausgabe.
  • Immanuel Kant: Gesammelte Schriften
    The 23 volumes of the Akademie Ausgabe are available in searchable full text.
  • FPG & FrL e-Texts
    E-Editions include the Canadian author Frederick Philip Grove (aka Felix Paul Greve)'s 1927 & 1946 autobiographies, & the revealing recollections of the dada Baroness Else von Freytag-Loringhoven. (Archives & Special Collections, University of Manitoba). For details, see Digital Projects HERE




See also Literature

See Library Catalogs for bibliographies, catalogs and other finding aids


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Acknowledgements The German Studies Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in German Studies, including all German-speaking countries. The resources organized here have undergone a selection and evaluation process. If needed, annotations have been provided augmenting the research value of these resources to scholars.
The editor for the German Studies Web is Jo McInnis. We welcome contributors.

Comments and further suggestions may be sent to: jwesterd[at]odu.edu.

The German Studies Web is part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.


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