Cognitive Cultural Studies (see also main page)
Blending and Conceptual Integration. Mark Turner's excellent and informative site, with links to articles on the subject by a wide variety of scholars.
Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. A new journal (April 2000).
Cognitive Psychology: Frank Hassebrock's Fall 1997 course description with useful links, at Denison University
Cognitive Science & Literature & Composition by James Luberda, University of Connecticut.
Cognitive Science, Humanities, and the Arts. Part of the Cognitive Science Initiative at the University of Huston. Compiled by Dr. Cynthia Freeland. See also the associated discussion group at the site and the further links.
Evolution and the Social Mind. Interdisciplinary project at UC Santa Barbara, with a speaker series.
Culture, and Psychology. Al Cheyne's voluminous site at the
For Freedom and Dignity. A theory of cultural evolution by William L. Benzon & David G. Hays.
Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems. "An interdisciplinary quarterly concerned with the unity, analogy, and relationships, theoretical and practical, between biological dynamics and mechanisms such as evolution, natural selection, and individual development, and social activities including technology, economics, politics, ideologies, literature, art, customs, and culture." Edited by Paul Levinson.
Letteratura e scienze cognitive: Italian introduction by Fabio Ciotti
Literature, Cognition & the Brain: research at the intersection of literary studies, cognitive theory, and neuroscience. Edited by Mary Crane and Alan Richardson, Boston College.
Narrative Psychology. Vincent W. Hevern's site at the Psychology Department of LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY
Reader-Response Research: David Miall and Don Kuiken's site for empirical research on literary reading at the University of Alberta, Canada
of Significance for Semiotics: Pascal Michelucci's metasite
Theories of Media: University of Chicago (link to Keywords Glossary)
David Baldwin's Trauma Information. Extensive compilation of cognitive resources.
Mind and Language (Journal): index of issues and articles
Online Papers on Consciousness. Compiled by David Chalmers at U Arizona
PSYCHE is a refereed electronic journal dedicated to supporting the interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of consciousness and its relation to the brain. Edited by Patrick Wilkes. See also the associated discussion groups at the site.
John R. Skoyles' home page: Origins of modern cognition
Talking about Memory. CogWeb's page on memory research and reality monitoring; includes a bibliography and links
Working Memory: Tim Beardsley's overview in the September '97 Scientific American, with great illustrations and further links
The Husserl Page. Links to extensive material maintained by Bob Sandmeyer
Individuals with online papers in philosophy. David Chalmer's site at UC Santa Cruz
Philosophy and the Neurosciences Online Resources. By Pete Mandik at Washington University. Dedicated to neurophilosophy: research at the intersection of philosophy and neuroscience
THYMOS: Studies on Consciousness,
Mind and Life. Piero Scaruffi's extensive site on the sciences
of mind, with annotated bibliographies.