This pages lists a series of open-access digital projects for the study of Dante’s works, and a few selected websites with digital mapping projects and resources.


Bibliografia Dantesca Internazionale
 (searchable bibliographical repository starting from 1972, ed. Giovanna Puletti, Società Dantesca Italiana)

Concordance to Dante’s Comedy (by Terril Shepard Soules)

Dante’s Library (introduction to the culture of Dante as a reader, ed. Martin Eisner, Duke University)

Dante Online (Dante’s life and works, plus links to digitized manuscripts, by Società Dantesca Italiana)

Dante Today: Citing & Sightings of Dante’s Work in Contemporary Culture (curated, crowd-sourced repository, eds. Arielle Saiber and Elizabeth Coggeshall, Bowdoin College – Stanford University)

Danteworlds (integrated multimedia companion to the Divine Comedy, ed. Guy Raffa, University of Texas at Austin)

Dartmouth Dante Project (searchable database of over 70 commentaries on Dante’s Comedy from the 1320s to the present day, founded by Robert Hollander, Dartmouth College)

Digital Dante (texts, commentary,  essays, and multimedia materials, ed. Teodolinda Barolini, Columbia University)

Per un’enciclopedia dantesca digitale (searcheable repositories of Dante’s sources, and Dante’s texts searchable by grammatical functions, Università di Pisa)

The Princeton Dante Project (text, commentary, essays, and multimedia materials, ed. Robert Hollander, Princeton University)

The World of Dante (texts, essays, and multimedia teaching resources, ed. Deborah Parker, University of Virginia)


Digital Mapping

Anterotesis (blog with links to projects, tools, data, and writings, by John Levine)

The Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations (multi-layered map with a wide range of elements organized in layers and sublayers: culture and religion, economy, natural features, nfrastructures, etc., ed. Micheal McCormick, Harvard University)

A Literary Atlas of Europe (literary cartography of a number of European places, eds. Lorenz Hurni and Barbara Piatti, ETH Zurich)

GeoHumanities (a Special Interest Group of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, with directories of projects and resources)

Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names Online (gazetteer)

Pleiades (community-built gazetteer of ancient places)

Visualizing Medieval Places (project on place-names in Medieval French texts, ed. David Joseph Wrisley, American University of Beirut)