John Locke Resources
John Locke Resources is a gateway to information
about the English philosopher John Locke (16321704) and to tools supporting scholarship on Locke.
The primary content comprises the three sites listed to the left.
Additional resources are listed on the right.
The John Locke Bibliography is intended as a comprehensive listing of publications
by or about John Locke, from the seventeenth century to the present.
The John Locke Chronology is a calendar of datable events in the life,
and material in the papers, of John Locke.
The first content added to the site consists of information about Lockes whereabouts.
The John Locke Manuscripts is a guide to the manuscript papers of John Locke.
It consists of a chronological listing of individual manuscript pieces, with links to publications in which transcriptions
or translations have appeared; a repository listing, describing each volume or collection containing Locke manuscripts;
and an index of Lockes correspondents.
The Digital Locke Project is a pilot project to produce scholarly text editions
of Locke manuscripts; initial content will be manuscripts relating to Lockes philosophy produced
between the publication of the Essay concerning human understanding (1689) and Lockes death in 1704.
Locke Studies is the one journal in the world that deals specifically with John Locke.
It began publication in 1970 under the title The Locke Newsletter; the title was changed to Locke Studies in 2001.
It was founded by Roland Hall, who edited it for 43 years;
the current editor (2013- ) is Timothy Stanton.
Each issue contains a listing of “Recent publications on Locke.”
The John Locke Resources Blog contains announcements of additions to the three sites,
as well as announcements of enhancements to the sites in general.
Suggestions for additions to any of the sites may be posted as comments to the blog.
The blog is available as an RSS feed, which will allow you to receive notice of additions without having to check the site.
I welcome comments on the John Locke Resources sites,
as well as suggestions for additional content or links.
Information about new publications for inclusion in the John Locke Bibliography
should also be sent to Roland Hall for inclusion in Locke Studies.