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Danteworlds
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An integrated multimedia journey, combining images, textual commentary, & audio recordings--through the three realms of the afterlife (Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise) presented in Dante's Divine Comedy. Danteworlds is conceived as a complement to--not replacement of--the experience of reading and discussing Dante's Divine Comedy.

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JOSHU, a site for learning the Japanese language
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JOSHU (Japanese Online Self-Help Utility) means "assistant", or "tutor" in Japanese, which is what this website attempts to be to anyone interested in learning the Japanese language. JOSHU is supported by the Japanese Language Program, UT-Austin.

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Portuguese Communication Exercises
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A compilation of nearly 350 brief video clips, together with a complete Portuguese transcription and English translation of native speakers of Portuguese from various locations throughout Brazil (and some Portugal) who talk about 80 different topics.

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