Please click on "BH Literature" to the left to see sources on the field.
- Cosmic Evolution: From Big Bang to Humankind, Eric Chaisson, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
- Minnesota State University Mankato Big History Site
- Big History on Facebook
- Powers of Ten, including Kees Boeke's original version  
- History of the Universe
- Uitgeverij de Arend, Big History for children (in Dutch)
  Wikipedia big history page
- WorldWide Telescope (great astronomy site)
- Cosmic Evolution: The Origins of Matter and Life
- A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything, animated drawing
- Barry Rodrigue and Daniel Stasko,“A Big History Directory, 2010: An Introduction,”
- "A Working Bibliography of Big History References, Films and Internet Sites", Assembled by Barry Rodrigue, Fred Spier; Daniel Stasko
- News from Around the World Syllabi from Big History courses from around the world
- Essays from Big History literature
  Big History Facebook Club
- Bill Gates about ‘Big History’ course This is a YouTube broadcast, 22 April 2009. Bill Gates (Microsoft) and Charlie Rose (Public Broadcasting Service)
- Big History Video Tour
- Metanexus: Our Common Story
- Big History, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, United States (SSC 100). Instructor: Dr. Lowell Gustafson.
  Dances with the earth, The creation of music based on the geology of the Earth, by Gabriele Rossetti and Alessandro Montanari

- Wright Lecture Series on Cosmic Evolution, including Fred Spier's lecture on 12 October 2005
- What Is Our Place in the Cosmos?, David Deutsch, July 2005, TED Talks
- Earth in its Final Century?, Martin Rees, July 2005, TED Talks
- Earth History in the Broadest Possible Context. Walter Alvarez, April 29, 2010, 97th Annual Faculty Research Lectures, University of California at Berkeley.
- Four part lecture by Craig Benjamin on Big History
- Christian Matthiessen -- Language evolving: Notes towards a semiotic history of humanity on You Tube.
  Speaking Up: The Origins of Language, Lowell Gustafson
- David Christian on Big History
Scientific Journals
- New Scientist
- Scientific American
- Nature
- Science
- Science Daily
- ScienceNews

- World History Assiociation
- World History discussion group at H-Net
- World History Connected, online World History journal
- Fernand Braudel Center, center for the study of World-Systems Theory
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- European Space Agency
- Solar Influences Data Analysis Center at the Royal Observatory of Belgium
- Spaceweather

- Geological Museum Artis, with excellent worldwide links (in Dutch)
- Naturalis (in Dutch)
- The Particle Adventure, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, United States
- Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy,The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States
- Kennislink, Scientific news and background information (in Dutch)
- Oermens, Palaeo-anthropology, with excellent worldwide links and references (in Dutch)
- Tree of Knowledge, Ambitious project to construct an overview of all historical knowledge
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