This is by no means a complete list of the sites related to Black Mountain College or its students and faculty. However, this list is provided as an introduction to available web resources on the subject.
Black Mountain College Project
The Black Mountain College Project was established by Mary Emma Harris to "ensure that the history and influence of Black Mountain College are preserved and documented for future generations."
The Getty Research Institute
The Research Library at the Getty Research Institute has several collections relating to Black Mountain College including the David Tudor Papers and the Mary Caroline Richards Papers. Finding aids for these collections are available through the Research Library’s Online Catalog.
New Albion Records: John Cage Includes an autobiographical statement and annotated discography. John Cage taught music at Black Mountain College during the 1948 and 1952 summer sessions.
Stanford University Library: Robert Creeley Papers Robert Creeley taught Literature and Writing at BMC during the 1954 spring quarter and from 1955-1956. His papers include information about the Black Mountain Review, a literary periodical that he edited, and correspondence with other individuals associated with Black Mountain College.
The Jargon Society
Jonathan Williams was a student at Black Mountain College; in 1951, he founded Jargon Press "to bring out works by then-neglected poets, especially those associated with Black Mountain College" (NC Writers’ Network web page). The Jargon Society is a continuation of Jargon Press and as a not for profit, public corporation is dedicated to charitable, educational and literary purposes including publishing works that explore the fringe of British and American cultures.
The North Carolina Writers' Network: Biography of Jonathan Williams Jonathan Williams was a student at Black Mountain College; in 1951, he founded Jargon Press "to bring out works by then-neglected poets, especially those associated with Black Mountain College." This site includes a biographical sketch, poetry by Williams and links to related web sites.
The Stefan Wolpe Society Includes biographical information, lists of articles and recordings, a bibliography and other information concerning Stefan Wolpe and the Society. Stefan Wolpe taught music at Black Mountain College from 1952-1956.