Hannah Arendt Center for Ethical & Political Thinking (Bard College) - The Arendt Center for Ethical and Political Thinking at Bard combines the digitized Hannah Arendt Archive with Bard’s Hannah Arendt Library. It is on the foundation of Bard’s unique scholarly resources, its rich personal connection with Hannah Arendt, and Bard’s tradition of engaged interdisciplinary scholarship that the Center is building a unique space to pursue Arendt’s vision of returning thinking to politics.

Arendt Collection (Bard College) - Website of the Hannah Arendt Collection which resides at Bard College's Stevenson Library.

The Hannah Arendt Papers (Library of Congress) - The papers of the author, educator, and political philosopher Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) are one of the principal sources for the study of modern intellectual life. Located in the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress, they constitute a large and diverse collection reflecting a complex career. With over 25,000 items (about 75,000 digital images), the papers contain correspondence, articles, lectures, speeches, book manuscripts, transcripts of Adolf Eichmann's trial proceedings, notes, and printed matter pertaining to Arendt's writings and academic career. The entire collection has been digitized and is available to researchers in reading rooms at the Library of Congress, the New School University in New York City, and the Hannah Arendt Center at the University of Oldenburg, Germany. Parts of the collection and the finding aid are available for public access on the Internet.

The Hannah Arendt Center (Carl von Ossietzky University) - An essential part of the Center is the archive. It provides access to most of the papers kept by Hannah Arendt in her files. The complete copies of the "Hannah Arendt Papers" of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., are to be found here, as well as a number of microfilms from the University of Memphis (Tennessee), also containing large parts of her works and correspondence, notes, lecture manuscripts, diaries, and various versions of her writings, published or unpublished. The collection is constantly being supplemented by new items. Since June, 2001, the archive provides unrestricted access to the Library of Congress' digitized version of the Arendt Papers, being the only institution in Europe to offer this service. Among the projects of the Center, a critical and complete edition of Arendt´s works ranks foremost.

Heidegger's Reading of Heraclitus - This is paper online that explores Heidegger's relationship to Heraclitus in several texts by examining Heidegger's interpretation of particular fragments and placing them in the context of his philosophy.

Karl Jaspers - The Karl Jaspers page at Mythos & Logos. Read about Jasper's life and thought, and follow links to websites about Jaspers and to books by and on Jaspers.

Bard Archives - Designed to preserve the intellectual and social history of Bard College and its place in the development of progressive liberal education. By creating access to its collections through online and physical exhibits as well as through traditional reference work, the Archives seeks to tell the story of the college and the individuals who have created the Bard community through time.