Modernism, Culture, Theory. Please note: These are some interesting sites I've found on the Web; many are idiosyncratic interpretations of culture and theory, and by listing them here I do not necessarily mean to endorse them as as reliable scholarly sources:
General Humanities Research Resources:
The Voice of the Shuttle--A "Web Page for Humanities Research" created by Alan Liu. An excellent resource!
Literary Resources on the Net, maintained by Jack Lynch at the University of Pennsylvania. A searchable and comprehensive listing.
Resources - Theory, by Jack Lynch
Literary Theory, by John Lye
Semiotics for Beginners, by Daniel Chandler
Eclat--The "Essential" Comparative Literature and Theory Site, provided by the Program in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania.
CTHEORY -- An international, electronic review of books on theory, technology and culture. Sponsored by the Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, reviews are posted periodically of key books in contemporary discourse as well as theorisations of major "event-scenes" in the mediascape.
Cultronix -- A cultural studies journal available via the world-wide web. It makes use of a mixed format, with articles featuring text, graphics, audio, video and interactive hypermedia.
The Society of the Spectacle, by Guy Debord
Other Miscellaneous Humanities Resources on the Web:
CinemaSpace -- An online journal of film studies provided by the Film Studies Program at UC Berkeley.
Two online essays by Robert Scholes, of the Brown University Department of Modern Culture and Media:
2) a hypertext essay on modernism, "Inside the Whale Inside"