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SPIN is proud to announce that the Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism is now publicly online at
Over the last five years SPIN has been preparing, with the help of hundreds of scholars in dozens of countries, the Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe (ERNiE). ERNiE is intended as a resource for the comparative-historical study of national movements, in particular in the century between Napoleon and the Paris Peace Conference.

ERNiE foregrounds the importance of culture, both as a stimulus and as a platform for national consciousness-raising. The cultural fields covered by ERNiE range from language policies to visual arts, from folklore to the historical novel and from music and commemorative festivals to architecture and design.

SPIN is indebted to the many colleagues who through their generous collaboration have helped make ERNiE possible and who are still helping to complete its coverage. SPIN is happy to make ERNiE available to the international research community as an open-access research resource, free of charge. More on ERNiE, including a user's manual, on


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The Blake Archive

Electronic versions of Blake's works, including his visual art.

British Women Romantic Poets, 1789 - 1832

Digitised works by Danish women poets. 

Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO)

ECCO - Electronic archive of 18th-century texts.


18thConnect: Eighteenth-Century Scholarship Online

Contains peer-reviewed research and scholarship, digital archives and additional primary sources.


Internet Library of Early Journals

Selected 18th- and 19th-century journals in digital versions. Created by the universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford.


NINES: Nineteenth-Century Scholarship Online:

Contains peer-reviewed research and scholarship, digital archives and additional primary sources.


Romantic Circles

Romantic Circles is a peer-reviewed scholarly website dedicated to romantic literature and culture.


Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net (RaVoN)

Romanticism and Victorianism is an international online journal exploring British 19th-century literature. RaVoN is currently issued twice every year. All articles and reviews going back to the launch in 1996 and up to the present are available for open access.