TABLE OF CONTENTS:
History of English - general resources, other links to links, upcoming conferences...
The English Language - English grammar, phonology, etc
Language and Linguistics - resources for the study of linguistics, not to mention Beatrice Santorini's linguistic humo(u)r site!
The Language Families - the origins and relationships of the world's languages! So where does Finnish fit in?!
Anthology - The early and modern English language: a historical reader
Old English - bibliographies, links to OE language (teach yourself!), literature, culture, manuscripts, and much more!
Middle English - bibliographies, links to OE language (teach yourself!), literature, culture, manuscripts, and much more!
Early Modern English - Elizabethan accents, electronic Renaissance dictionaries, bibliographies about standard English, Older Scots, the Great Vowel Shift, bibliographies on C18th spelling, world English and editing/punctuation.
Modern English -includes Canadian English, "world" English, English-based pidgins and creoles, linguistic atlases, and many more references for the study of regional and social variation!
Discussion Group About Updates
:. What you can find here

This site includes a list of links to on-line, worldwide resources for the study of the English language and its history. (Many of these links were discovered by others too numerous to list here! Thanks.) As well, my students are contributing to an anthology of historical texts representing different genres of English, and an encyclopedia on the cultural history of English.

Here, you can find links to other U of T enterprises. These include the Dictionary of Old English Project, Albert Masters' Medieval Manuscripts site, Ian Lancashire's electronic Renaissance Dictionaries, Jack Chambers' work on Canadian dialectology. Please recommend other sites to us!

:. General Resources

:. Topical Treats
:. More Noteworthy Stuff

2003 Carol Percy
University of Toronto.