As those of you who saw my Powerpoint presentation will have sussed, I’m no great talent with technology. And so, I’ve proved unable to add this link to the sidebar. The Bibliographie Internationale de l’Humanisme et de la Renaissance is a long-standing project, now organised by the Librairie Droz in Geneva. It attempts to collect together all articles and books on subjects relation to humanism and the renaissance published across the world. You can access the digital version at bihr.droz.org, which allows searching by a large number of critera, and dates back to the mid-Sixties. In terms of secondary literature, I don’t think there’s a resource quite like it (and yes, I’ll declare an interest- I and another Warwick student compiled the UK resources for this year, and did some translation work for them).