- Bibliographies and Bibliographic Collections
- Taoist Studies in the World Wide Web (Fabrizio Pregadio)
A fine site for Taoist texts, translations, books, references, bibliographies, and websites.
- Taoist Studies: Books and Bibliographies (by James Miller, Queen's University)
Includes books on Daoism, conferences, scholars, a bibliography, and general resources.
- Recommended Readings (maintained by Gene R. Thursby, University of Florida)
A good shortlist of recent books in English.
- Taoism in European Languages (updated: July 1993; Barry Howarth, Australian National University, Canberra)
A useful list of works in Taoist Studies, which were published prior to 1993.
- Publications on Taoism in French (anonymous FTP on the node coombs.anu.edu.au; last updated - March 1993)
A bibliography of works in French -- up to 1993. Maintained by Gene R. Thursby, University of Florida.
- Bibliography of Western Language Publications on Chinese Popular Religion (maintained by Philip Clart at the University of Missouri-Columbia. USA]
A fairly comprehensive bibliography.
- Electronic Texts and Translations
Laozi (Lao Tzu): Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching):
- Dao De Jing, complete translation by S. Mitchell, 1995 (available at Halsall's page).
- Lao Tzu: Selection from the Dao De Jing (available at Paul Halsall's Brooklyn College: Chinese Cultural Studies page).
Selections drawn from an interpolation of various translations by Peter A. Merel based upon the translations of: Lin Yutang, Ch'u Ta-Kao, Gia-Fu Feng & Jane English, Richard Wilhelm and Aleister Crowley.
- Dao De Jing, the same interpolation by Peter A. Merel (available at Paul Halsall's Brooklyn College: Chinese Cultural Studies page).
- Dao De Jing, another full version (available through Paul Halsall's Chinese Cultural Studies page).
- Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching), another complete translation by Charles Muller 1995.
- Lao Tzu Tao Te Ching (Maintained by Paul Brians, Washington State University).
A sample of excerpts from Reading About the World, volume 1.
Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu):
- More sites: Daoist Art, Culture, Images, and Practice
- Center of Traditional Taoist Studies
This non-profit religious organization promotes traditional Taoist studies and gives classes in Taoist religion, thought, and martial arts.
- Daoist Studies (by James Miller, Queen's University, Canada)
"The Daoist Studies website contains scholarly information about Daoism, including books on Daoism, conferences, scholars, a bibliography, and general resources for learning about Daoism."
- Daoist Images & portraits (from Paul Halsall's Brooklyn College - Chinese Culture page)
Yin-Yang Symbol | Laozi | Three Daoist Gods | The Three Gods of Fortune | Daoist God of Literature
- International Taoist Tai Chi Society
A non-profit charitable organization dedicated to bringing Taoist Tai Chi and other health promoting Taoist arts to the public.
- Taoist influence: Acupuncture, Alchemy, Feng Shui
- Taoism Information Page: English-language scholarly and philosophical information (by Gene R. Thursby, University of Florida)
A good site for introduction, translations, philosophy, martial arts, alchemy, and related sites.
- Taoism and the Philosophy of Tai Chi Chuan (Canada)
A useful site at Chebucto Community Net in Dalhousie, Nova Scotia. Gives good outlines, illustrations, and resources.
- Taoism and Martial Arts: How to Overcome without Fighting
A paper by Key Sun of Central Washington University on a Taoist approach to conflict-resolution.
- True Tao Home Page
A useful list of resources provided by Taoist practitioners in the West.
- Electronic Maps of Asia (from Perry-Castañeda Library. University of Texa at Austin)
- Atlapedia Online
Contains full-colour maps, as well as key facts and statistics on countries of the world.