Voice of Shuttle is a database about databases. Established in 1994, it provides a brief annotated guide to online resources in the humanities.
Listed as Forbes Magazine’s 2002 “Best of the Web” in Academic Research, Voice of Shuttle continues to provide access to resources on various topics, including architecture, literary theory and media studies. With a brief description of the resource, users are able to be matched with the perfect resource for their particular area of study.
Get matched to publishers and booksellers like Harvard University Press or gain access to travel resources like Microsoft Expedia. Use Voice of Shuttle to gain access to a range of resources including “Eternal Egypt” and “Gregory Ulmer’s Homepage.”
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