Monoskop, wiki for arts and studies
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“Monoskop is an independent web-based educational resource and research platform for arts, culture and humanities founded in 2004. Monoskop features wiki pages with genealogical bibliographies of contemporary topics and movements in art, culture, and society such as Fediverse, decolonial aesthetics, technofeminism, the Anthropocene, artists' publishing, shadow libraries, postdigital aesthetics, neural aesthetics, software culture, sound art and conceptual literature, accompanied by personal bio-bibliographical profiles of their exponents. Many of the titles in the bibliographies are linked to electronic versions of publications made available on Monoskop or other freely accessible digital libraries. (2022)”
Although not everything in this wiki repository is historical, there's still remarkable historical material acknowledged through the tags.