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  • Rudolph Fisher Newsletter: A biannual online publication which includes extensive bibliographies and content on many Harlem Renaissance authors, including a special focus on news and information about Rudolph Fisher (1897-1934), a Harlem Renaissance author.
  • About Harlem Renaissance Women - Women's History: Links to biographical material on women who were part of the movement, from the Guide to Women's History.
  • African American Women Dreaming in Color: About the role of women in the movement.
  • Discovering Parallels to Nella Larsen: This is a comprehensive article about the African American writer Nella Larsen, her life and her work.
  • Harlem Renaissance: Discussion of literature, poetry, and book reviews, in addition providing articles dedicated to the enormous contributions of African Americans during the Harlem Renaissance era.
  • Harlem Renaissance, 1919-1937: A research guide and reference, with background, list of individuals (many with links to further information), timeline, assessment of the importance of the movement.
  • Nella Larsen Forum: Message board discussing the Black Danish-American novelist from Harlem.
  • Poets of the Harlem Renaissance and After: A poetry exhibit from The Academy of American Poets. Includes short biographies, some photographs, selected poems, and links. Some pages also include RealAudio clips of the poet reading his or her work.
  • Rhapsodies in Black: Introduction to the period of the flowering of the arts in the black community in Harlem. Included are backgrounds for artists, a bibliography, and a chronology.
  • Selected List: The Harlem Renaissance: A bibliography of print resources on the Harlem Renaissance from the Chicago Public Library.
  • The Creative Americans: Portraits by Carl Van Vechten, 1932 - 1964: Collection contains 1,400 Portraits of literary figures, artists, and celebrities, many of them figures from the movement.
  • The Harlem Renaissance: A brief overview of the literary movement, with a list of major book sources and hints on using other resources (many online) available through some university and other libraries.
  • The Harlem Renaissance: A student project on the Harlem Renaissance, with English, French and Spanish versions. Simple but elegant design and content.
  • The Harlem Renaissance: A collection of art, poetry, and prose. Includes a link to subscribe to an email discussion list.
  • Wikipedia: Nella Larsen: Biography of the writer, with summaries of "Quicksand" and "Passing".


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