|Title||Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University|
|Publisher||Center for Millennial Studies at Boston University: Boston, US (MA)|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
|Format of data||text/html|
|Keywords||millennium; millennial studies|
|Description||"The Center for Millennial Studies proposes to accomplish three major tasks: 1.to gather and archive the vast 'harvest' of apocalyptic literature that is appearing at the turn of the second Christian millennium; 2.to collect and edit documents from earlier such times; and 3.to encourage, through publications, conferences, and research, the study and analysis of apocalyptic thought, the millenarian movements it generates, and the kinds of mutations that they must undergo in order to adjust to the (inevitable) return to normal time." The site offers information on staff, research work, projects, and publications. Several online resources are available: a glossary, a bibliography, articles, position papers, abstracts, and an expansive linklist.|
|Source Type||Research Institutes; Bibliographies of Special Subjects; Series of Preprints, Reports, and Working Papers|
|Subject Class||Historical Organizations and Institutions; Partial Fields of History (Cultural, Social, Economic History)|
|GOK||PBT 180; PCD 000|
English literature--History and criticism--Bibliography--Web sites.
Apocalyptic literature--History and criticism--Bibliography--Web sites.
American literature--History and criticism--Bibliography--Web sites.
End of the world in literature--Bibliography--Web sites.
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