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Culture and the arts[edit]

Culture

Arts
Fine arts
Gastronomy
Cooking
Food and drink
Cuisines
Chocolate • Wine
Literature
Fiction • Poetry • Critical theory
Visual arts
Architecture • Crafts • Drawing • Film • Painting • Photography • Sculpture
Performing arts
Dance • Film • Theatre
Music
Opera
Celebration
Festivals
Entertainment
Fiction
James Bond
Games
Chess
Sports
Basketball
Canoeing and kayaking
Cricket
Martial arts
Motorcycling
Running
Tennis
Area studies
Classical studies • Sinology

Geography and places[edit]

Geography

Continents and major geopolitical regions (non-continents are italicized)
Africa • Antarctica • AsiaEuropeNorth AmericaOceania (includes Australia) • South America
Political divisions of the World, arranged by continent or major geopolitical region
Africa
West Africa LocationWesternAfrica.png
BeninBurkina FasoCape VerdeCôte d'IvoireGambiaGhanaGuineaGuinea-BissauLiberiaMaliMauritaniaNigerNigeriaSenegalSierra LeoneTogo
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AlgeriaEgyptLibyaMauritaniaMoroccoSudanTunisiaWestern Sahara
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AngolaBurundiCameroonCentral African RepublicChadThe Democratic Republic of the CongoEquatorial GuineaGabonRepublic of the CongoRwandaSão Tomé and Príncipe
East Africa LocationEasternAfrica.png
BurundiComorosDjiboutiEritreaEthiopiaKenyaMadagascarMalawiMauritiusMozambiqueRwandaSeychellesSomaliaTanzaniaUgandaZambiaZimbabwe
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BotswanaLesothoNamibiaSouth AfricaSwaziland
Dependencies
Mayotte (France)St. Helena (UK)PuntlandSomalilandSahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
Antarctica
None
Asia
Central Asia
Kazakhstan[1]KyrgyzstanTajikistanTurkmenistanUzbekistan
East Asia
China[2]
Tibet
Hong Kong[3]Macau[4]
JapanNorth KoreaSouth KoreaMongoliaTaiwan[5]
North Asia
Russia[6]
Southeast Asia[7]
BruneiBurma (Myanmar)Cambodia[8]East Timor (Timor-Leste)[9]Indonesia[10]LaosMalaysiaPhilippinesSingaporeThailandVietnam
South Asia
AfghanistanBangladeshBhutanIndia[11]IranMaldivesNepalPakistanSri Lanka
West Asia
Armenia[12]Azerbaijan[13]BahrainCyprus[14] (including disputed Northern Cyprus) • Georgia[15]IraqIsraelJordanKuwaitLebanonOmanPalestine [16]QatarSaudi ArabiaSyriaTurkey[17]United Arab EmiratesYemen
Caucasus (a region considered to be in both Asia and Europe, or between them)
North Caucasus
Parts of Russia (Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, Adyghea, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachai-Cherkessia, North Ossetia, Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol Krai)
South Caucasus
Georgia (including disputed Abhkazia, South Ossetia) • ArmeniaAzerbaijan (including disputed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic)
Europe
Akrotiri and DhekeliaÅlandAlbaniaAndorraArmeniaAustriaAzerbaijanBelarusBelgiumBosnia and HerzegovinaBulgariaCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkEstoniaFaroe IslandsFinlandFranceGeorgiaGermanyGibraltarGreeceGuernseyHungaryIcelandIrelandIsle of ManItalyJerseyKazakhstanKosovoLatviaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMacedoniaMaltaMoldova (including disputed Transnistria) • MonacoMontenegroNetherlandsNorwayPolandPortugalRomaniaRussiaSan MarinoSerbiaSlovakiaSloveniaSpainSvalbardSwedenSwitzerlandTurkeyUkraine
United Kingdom
EnglandNorthern IrelandScotlandWales
Vatican City
European Union
North America
Canada
Provinces of Canada: British ColumbiaSaskatchewan
GreenlandMexicoSaint Pierre and Miquelon
United States
Alabama • Alaska • Arizona • Arkansas • California • Colorado • Connecticut • Delaware • Florida • Georgia • Hawaii • Idaho • Illinois • Indiana • Iowa • Montana • Kansas • Kentucky • Louisiana • Maine • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Mississippi • Missouri • Nebraska • Nevada • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • North Carolina • North Dakota • Ohio • Oklahoma • Oregon • Pennsylvania • Rhode Island • South Carolina • South Dakota • Tennessee • Texas • Utah • Vermont • Virginia • Washington • West Virginia • Wisconsin • Wyoming
District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.)
Central America
BelizeCosta RicaEl SalvadorGuatemalaHondurasNicaraguaPanama
Caribbean
AnguillaAntigua and BarbudaArubaBahamasBarbadosBermudaBritish Virgin IslandsCayman IslandsCubaDominicaDominican RepublicGrenadaHaitiJamaicaMontserratNetherlands AntillesPuerto RicoSaint BarthélemySaint Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSaint MartinSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesTrinidad and TobagoTurks and Caicos IslandsUnited States Virgin Islands
Oceania (includes the continent of Australia)
Australasia[18]
Australia
Dependencies/Territories of Australia
Christmas Island[7]Cocos (Keeling) IslandsNorfolk Island
New Zealand[19]
Melanesia[20]
FijiIndonesia (Oceanian part only)[21]New Caledonia (France) • Papua New Guinea[22]Solomon IslandsVanuatu
Micronesia
Federated States of MicronesiaGuam (USA) • KiribatiMarshall IslandsNauruNorthern Mariana Islands (USA) • PalauWake Island (USA) •
Polynesia[23]
American Samoa (USA) • Chatham Islands (NZ) • Cook Islands (NZ) • Easter Island (Chile) • French Polynesia (France) • Hawaii (USA) • Loyalty Islands (France) • Niue (NZ) • Pitcairn Islands (UK) • AdamstownSamoaTokelau (NZ) • TongaTuvaluWallis and Futuna (France)
South America
ArgentinaBoliviaBrazilChileColombiaEcuadorFalkland IslandsGuyanaParaguayPeruSurinameUruguayVenezuela
South Atlantic
Ascension IslandSaint HelenaTristan da Cunha
Notes
  1.   Kazakhstan is sometimes considered a transcontinental country in Central Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only.
  2.   The state is commonly known as simply "China", which is subsumed by the eponymous entity and civilization (China).
  3.   Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the PRC.
  4.   Macau is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the PRC.
  5.   Under the de facto control of the Republic of China (ROC) government, commonly referred to as Taiwan. Claimed in whole by the PRC; see political status of Taiwan.
  6.   Russia is a transcontinental country; population and area figures are for Asian portion only.
  7. a b Excludes Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australian external territories in the Indian Ocean southwest of Indonesia).
  8. General Population Census of Cambodia 2008 - Provisional population totals, National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, released 3rd September, 2008
  9.   East Timor is often considered a transcontinental country in Southeastern Asia and Oceania.
  10.   Indonesia is often considered a transcontinental country in Southeastern Asia and Oceania
  11.   Includes Jammu and Kashmir, a contested territory among India, Pakistan, and the PRC.
  12.   Armenia is sometimes considered a transcontinental country: physiographically in Western Asia, it has historical and sociopolitical connections with Europe.
  13.   Azerbaijan is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only. Figures include Nakhchivan, an autonomous exclave of Azerbaijan bordered by Armenia, Iran, and Turkey.
  14.   The island of Cyprus is sometimes considered a transcontinental territory: in the Eastern Basin of the Mediterranean Sea south of Turkey, it has historical and socio-political connections with Europe. The U.N. considers Cyprus to be in Western Asia, while the C.I.A. considers it to be in the Middle East.
  15.   Georgia is often considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Eastern Europe; population and area figures are for the Asian portion only.
  16.   Gaza and West Bank, collectively referred to as the "Occupied Palestinian Territory" by the UN, are territories partially occupied by Israel but under de facto administration of the Palestinian National Authority.
  17.   Turkey is generally considered a transcontinental country in Western Asia and Southern Europe; population and area figures are for Asian portion only, excluding all of Istanbul.
  18. The use and scope of this term varies. The UN designation for this subregion is "Australia and New Zealand."
  19. New Zealand is often considered part of Polynesia rather than Australasia.
  20. Excludes parts of Indonesia, island territories in Southeast Asia (UN region) frequently reckoned in this region.
  21. Indonesia is generally considered a territory of Southeastern Asia (UN region); wholly or partially, it is also frequently included in Australasia or Melanesia. Figures include Indonesian portion of New Guinea (Irian Jaya) and Maluku Islands.
  22. Papua New Guinea is often considered part of Australasia as well as Melanesia.
  23. Excludes the US state of Hawaii, which is distant from the North American landmass in the Pacific Ocean, and Easter Island, a territory of Chile in South America.

Health and fitness[edit]

See also: Biology (below)

Health

Dentistry • Exercise • Health science • Life extension • Medicine • Nutrition

History and events[edit]

History

History of
Art • Business • Geography • Mathematics • Political science • Science • Technology
History, by period
Classical antiquity
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Medieval history (Middle Ages)
Renaissance
Wars
American Civil War • World War II • Vietnam War
History, By region
United States
Historical states
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Ottoman Empire

Mathematics and logic[edit]

Mathematics

Arithmetic
Algebra
Calculus
Combinatorics
Discrete mathematics
Geometry
Trigonometry
Logic
Statistics
Probability
Regression analysis

Natural and physical sciences[edit]

Science

Basis of science
Scientific method
Fields of science
Natural sciences

Biology
Anatomy
Biochemistry
Botany
Cell biology
Genetics
Health and fitness
Immunology
Paleontology
Dinosaurs
Ecology
Zoology
Ants • Birds • Sharks
Physical science
Astronomy • Water
Chemistry
Organic chemistry
Earth science
Geography  • Geology  • Meteorology
Physics
Energy

People and self[edit]

People and Self

Biology
Children
Psychology
Relationships

Philosophy and thinking[edit]

Philosophy

Branches of philosophy
Aesthetics • Epistemology • Logic
Philosophies
Critical theory • Humanism • Transhumanism
Political philosophies
Anarchism • Libertarianism
Philosophical debates
Creation-evolution controversy

Thought

Religion and belief systems[edit]

Religion

Buddhism • Christianity • Hinduism • Islam • Judaism  Sikhism

Spirituality

Society and social sciences[edit]

Science

Basis of science
Scientific method
Fields of science
Social sciences
Anthropology
Archaeology
Critical theory
Economics
Geography
History
Linguistics
Law
Political science
Psychology
Sociology
Relationships

Society

Business
Economics
Microeconomics
Industrial organization
Finance
Management
Marketing
Communication
Journalism
Environmental journalism
Community
Education
Firefighting
Politics
Democracy
Law
Criminal justice
Criminal justice in the United States
Law enforcement
Tort law
Public affairs
Rights

Technology and applied sciences[edit]

Main outlines: science and technology

Applied science

Forensics • Forestry • Hydrology • Nanotechology • Sustainability

Business management

Actuarial science • Marketing • Manufacturing

Domestic

Education • Family and consumer science

Energy

Energy development • Energy storage • Nuclear technology

Engineering

Agriculture • Automation • Chemical engineering

Health and safety

Biotechnology • Ergonomics • Firefighting

Industry

Architecture
Construction
Machines
Industrial machinery • Robotics
Mining

Information and communication technologies

Cartography
Computer science
Artificial intelligence • Cryptography • Free software • Information technology
Internet
Google
Programming • Software engineering
Design
Library science
Telecommunication
Radio

Military science

Martial arts

Transport

Aerospace • Space exploration
Vehicles
Automobiles
Bicycles
Motorcycles