Featured Online Resource for the week of Oct. 31 is culturalpolitics.net.
A multi-disciplinary metasite with links to sites and articles on theory in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The site is run by TV Reed, Professor of American Studies and English at Washington St. University.
CP.net is divied up into main headings: Popular Culture, Digital Cultures, Social Movements & Culture, Environmental Justice, and Cultural Theory.
Each of these headings is then organized into "Forms" (film, fashion, etc.) "Issues" (Sexuality, Race/Ethnicity, etc.) "Analysis" (Textual, Historical, etc.) and "Resources" (Courses, Journals, etc.).
Each of these contains the links: to large web sites, individual articles, and also text (not linked) bibliographies.
The sections on the digital cultures, cultural theory, and various types of analysis is particularly useful, and the annotations throughout the site are thoughtful.
The Social Justice section includes a feature on the Occupy Wall Street movement.