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Like a library or museum, the EServer calls the websites it publishes "collections."

The EServer is a sort of online publishing house, which hosts 48 discrete websites published by disparate editors. Each of these websites is called a "collection" (along the lines of a library or museum collection), rather than discrete websites--they're all part of the EServer community, affiliated with the EServer and governed by our common policies.

The Academy
Antislavery Literature
Art/Architecture
Bad Subjects
Books
Calls for Papers
Course Management
Cultronix
Cultural Logic
Cultural Theory
Cyber Tech/Culture
Drama
Early Modern Culture
Education
Eighteenth Century
Electronic Labyrinth
Feminism
   Fiction
Film and Television
Gender/Sexuality
History
Historic Preservation
Internet
Journals
Languages
Lectures on Demand
Literary Events
The Mamet Review
Marx and Engels
Marxist Literary Group
Multimedia
Music
Nanoscale Science/Tech
New Media
   Orange Journal
Performance
Philosophy
Poetry
Project Yao (覞工程)
Race
Recipes
Reconstruction
Reference
Rhetoric
Software
Sparks
Sudden
Tech Comm Library
Thoreau Reader
Web Design
Zine375