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Link Virtual Religion Index (VRI)

The Virtual Religion Index (VRI) is an extensive catalogue of online religion resources. It provides an ideal starting point for both researchers and students of religious studies. The site is topic-led with topics including: archaeology and...

Link Virtual Sky

Virtual Sky is a browser-based planetarium for embedding in websites

Link Virtual yeast cell

A virtual yeast cell developed by the University of Nottingham. Shows the position and shape of the structures within a yeast cell and allows user to select the different structures and organelles to get further information and morphology data,...

Link VirtuaLit Interactive Tutorials

Interactive tutorials on poetry, fiction, drama, and literary theory and contexts from Bedford St Martin’s Publishers.

Document Virtue and Utility (Handout 3)

Some (rough) notes on Hume's moral philosophy.

Peter Wyss view
Document Visions and Revisions: Addiction and Additions in Thomas De Quincey’s Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s Carceri d’Invenzione, Alessia Pannese

Thomas De Quincey’s autobiographical account Confessions of an English Opium-Eater compares opium-induced states of mind with the imaginary architecture of Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s etching series Carceri d‘Invenzione. Here I examine how this...

Link Visiting a doctor in Japan

This material gives a list of basic words and expressions necessary for visiting a doctor in Japanese. As all words are written in alphabet, it is suitable for beginners.

Link Visual Histories: German Cinema 1945 to Present view
Link Visual Phenomena & Optic Illusions

A list of the most common visual phenomena and optic/visual illusions, commonly studied in perception. Most of these effects have their basis in the visual pathway, rather than in the optics of the eye. Emphasis on this site is on interactivity...

Document Visualising the Groundwork

The results of the first two visualisation projects.

Peter Wyss view
Document Vivaldi - Winter

A pdf score of Winter from The Four Seasons

Link Volcanic hazards

An Open University course on various hazards posed by different types of volcanic eruption, illustrated by examples from recent eruptions.

Document Volunteer Songs

An extract from a Local Volunteer song, clearly designed to whip up patriotic support.

Kate Watson view

This link takes you to a site dedicated to the sources about Vortigern, and also about his time. You will find discussions about the sources in general, as well as part of the original texts both in Latin and English. There is also...


This link takes you to interesting material about Roman Wall painting

Link Wallace Stevens as an American Poet

Stanford University video lecture on Wallace Stevens, by Harvard University Professor Helen Vendler.

Link Weather links view
Link Web-based Research - Learning Unit 4

Unit 4 of a course on academic research and writing for literature and language students.

Link Websites relevant to ecclesiastical history

A collection of websites relevant to ecclesiastical history created by the ecclesiastical history society.

Image collection The Portland Vase, The Portland Vase, The Portland Vase, Blue jasperware copy of the Portland Vase. Wedgwood c. 1791., Black jasperware copy of the Portland Vase. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, c. 1790., Black jasperware copy of the Portland Vase. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, c. 1790.

The Portland Vase is a cameo glass vessel which was probably made in Rome circa 15 BCE - 25 CE. It is unquestionably one of the finest surviving pieces of Roman glasswae, and it takes its name from the Dukes of Portland, who owned it from 1785 to...

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