T. E. Lawrence Studies
This T. E. Lawrence Studies website is edited and maintained by Jeremy Wilson. Its content draws on the research archive formed through work on Lawrence of Arabia, The Authorised Biography and the ongoing Castle Hill Press edition of T. E. Lawrence's writings. Expenses maintaining the site are funded by Castle Hill Press. The site has no connection with any other organisation.
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About Jeremy Wilson, T. E. Lawrence Studies editor
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Site-mapBiographyT. E. Lawrence: introductory over-view
T. E. Lawrence: a biographical summary
T. E. Lawrence: family history
Chronology of Lawrence's life
T. E. Lawrence as writer
Catalogue of the National Portrait Gallery centenary exhibition
Discussion ListThe moderated T.E. Lawrence Studies discussion list began in 1997. Subscribers include researchers with serious questions and comments, and others who prefer to listen. This is not a chat-room and postings are intermittent; but they can also be extremely interesting.
ReferenceMapsEditions of T.E. Lawrence's writings in printLawrence's library at Clouds' Hill, 1935T.E. Lawrence copyrights
Memorials to T.E. LawrenceChecklist of printed materialsGalleryReference gallery of photographs of and by LawrenceSlideshows:1914-181919-221922-35Thumbnails:1888-19141914-181919-221922-35WritingsIntroduction
WorksCrusader CastlesLetters and articles by date:
The Wilderness of Zin
Seven Pillars of Wisdom, 1926 text
The Forest Giant (translation)
The Odyssey of Homer (translation)
1888-1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915-16 1917-18 1919-20 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 Letters and articles by name (titles of works, names of correspondents):
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U-V W X-Z Research and discussionThis area, divided into topics as shown below, will include articles and postings from former blogs and from the T.E. Lawrence Studies List.
For a start, I have tried to add at least one item to each section.
The state of T.E. Lawrence scholarship
David Lean's Lawrence of Arabia