Réseau francophone numérique (RFN) La bibliothèque francophone numérique rassemble et présente un fonds documentaire représentatif de toute la richesse culturelle et historique du monde francophone. Elle concrétise la volonté commune des bibliothèques réunies au sein du Réseau Francophone Numérique.
France in America is a collaborative project between the Library of Congress and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, France’s national library. This collection, which is presented in both English and French, documents the presence of the French in the United States from the beginning of the 16th century until the end of the 19th century. Included in the presentation are discussions of French exploration of the United States and Canada, the French and Indian War, the American Revolution and the Louisiana Purchase.
Digital Humanities at KU Introduction to the Digital Humanities, research tips, tools & resources, and DH at the University of Kansas
An online searchable portal to French pamphlet collections held by libraries throughout the world. The project will focus on pamphlets from 1500-1800, covering the French Wars of Religion (1562-96) through the French Revolution (1789-1799).
H-France is a scholarly organization promoting the study of French and Francophone history and culture online. Since its origins in 1991, H-France has grown into a central source of scholarly information and publications related to French history, literature, art history, musicology, film studies, and philosophy. It publishes several journals on-line, freely available to the public. H-France Review is the premier review program for newly published books on French history and culture in the Anglophone world.