A selection of English-language Sites on the History of Theosophy

Eclectic Theosophical History , site with articles on the history of the theosophical movement and the term theosophy. (you are here)
See also these Theosophy books.

Blavatsky Archives : all thinkable literature from the beginning of the modern theosophical movement, especially about H.P. Blavatsky can be found here. Very big site. A classic.

Theosophical History magazine, site with all their recent material online, and upcoming are the older magazines. Good info about theosophy, H.P. Blavatsky and related subjects, really recommended.

The Theosophical Movement 1875-1925 - A controversial classic in the study of early theosophy. The full book online.

Images of Women in Point Loma Theosophy [Journal of San Diego History ] - "Starved and Treated Like Convicts", by Evelyn A. Kirkley. More neutral towards Lomaland than the title suggests. (December 1, 1997)

Eastern tradition, site by the Reigles, includes online documents on their search for the Tibetan Buddhist background to Blavatsky's theosophy.

Alpheus, on all sorts of historical and theosophical subjects. Seems to be fast growing.

Jean Overton Fuller - the grand dame of Theosophical History and author of many interesting books.

David Green's site. Interesting material, among other things. Site critical of theosophical history, but with sound historical material. Contains material on a number of theosophical controversies: Leadbeater, Tingley, Alice Bailey etc.

Theosophical Chronology, with links to relevant articles - Cardiff Lodge of the Theosophical Society

Tom Dark's blog

G.R.S. Mead on Gnostic Archives

Boris de Zirkoff's magazine Theosophia

Canadian Theosophist Archives

Academic teachers and places to learn about theosophical history

Blavatsky books - Henk Spierenburg books - W.Q. Judge Books