Social Sciences Links (Psychology, Sociology, History.)
This national association offers news, links to conferences and information on continuing
the History of Psychology
Ancient, medieval and modern writings on psychology, full text on the web.
Find out what writers from Aristotle to Pavlov, Binet and Lange, Broca and
Freud and Jung wrote about the mind and human personality.
Over 2,000 links on psychology to choose from. Covers subjects from
psychology as a career, to organizations, resources, psychology paradigms and
of Open Access Journals: Psychology
Links to 50 free online psychology journals. Or click
here to see journals on
Links to quality pages on mental health issues. To be listed here, the site
must offer at least 10 pages of "scientifically sound mental health
Want to find out about soon-to-be published psychology articles and books?
This alert service will send you information about upcoming items from
publisher Taylor & Francis.
scholarly psychology resources on the web, and
online books and brochures. Plus pages focused on specialties, such as
sports psychology and psychology of religion.
Claims to be the internet's largest social psychology site. Offers links to
all aspects of social psychology, including texts, databases and employment
For a sampling of psychology
videos in RTC library, click
MeL Internet: Sociology
Links on aging, poverty, sexuality, social policy research, and more.
Open Directory Project: Sociology
directory to sociology sites on the web. Includes links to sites in
languages other than English.
Portals to the World
country and find out about it's population, geography, language, culture,
education and more.
Links include pages on sociological practice, sociological theories, great
sociologists, sociology humor, and information on US and Canadian college
and university sociology departments.
and Crime Studies
Studies on terrorism and crime, in the US and internationally. By the
Library of Congress. Most reports are .pdf files.
Library - Sociology
Links to pages of links on sociology organizations, sociological theories,
databases, software resources, and much more.
information on 10 conflicts that shape our world.
Including Afghanistan, the Basque Country,
Chechnya, Columbia, Darfur, Iraq, Jammu and
Kashmir, the Korean Peninsula, Northern Ireland, and the
United States History Links
Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History &
American History: A Documentary Record, 1492- Present
Offers the text of documents that shaped American History. A Yale Law School
Memory - Library of Congress
Pictures, maps, sound files, historical documents and videos about American
history. Covers many diverse topics, including culture, technology,
literature, immigration and Native Americans.
Best of History
Take a look at the Medieval or art history pages. Or click
here to go immediately to the Best of History Web page on US
Historical Newspapers in Washington
Newspapers from Washington state's early years.
American Revolution, the Civil War, plus other topics. A notable
feature is the collection of photographs by Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange
links about the history and culture of 33 of the 50 US states.
Virtual Library -
Wide-ranging group of links from African-American history, labor history,
maritime history, beat literature, to the Cold War.
Last updated: 11/30/11