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Vital articles is a list of subjects for which Wikipedia should have corresponding high-quality articles. It serves as a centralized watchlist to track the status of Wikipedia's most essential articles. This is one of eleven Level 4 sub-lists of ten thousand articles and is currently under construction.

Articles are labelled as:

These symbols are updated manually and may be out of date; you are encouraged to fix any errors you discover.

This list is tailored to the English-language Wikipedia. There is also a list of one thousand articles considered vital to Wikipedias of all languages.

For more information on this list and the process for adding articles, please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Contents

Society and social sciences (905 articles)[edit]

Basics (5 articles)[edit]

Anthropology (4 articles)[edit]

Business and economics (102 articles)[edit]

Culture (31 articles)[edit]

Education (71 articles)[edit]

Educational institutions (47 articles)[edit]

Ethnology (32 articles)[edit]

International organizations (28 articles)[edit]

Language (185 articles)[edit]

Basics (53 articles)[edit]

Language families (28 articles)[edit]

Alphabets and writing systems (16 articles)[edit]

Specific languages (88 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Delisted good article Esperanto
  2. C-Class article Japanese language
  3. C-Class article Hungarian language
  4. C-Class article Korean language
  5. C-Class article Quechuan languages
  6. B-Class article Sumerian language
  7. C-Class article Thai language

Afroasiatic languages (12 articles)[edit]

  1. C-Class article Akkadian language
  2. C-Class article Amharic
  3. C-Class article Arabic
    1. C-Class article Classical Arabic
    2. B-Class article Egyptian Arabic
  4. C-Class article Former featured article Aramaic language
  5. B-Class article Delisted good article Berber languages
  6. B-Class article Egyptian language
  7. B-Class article Delisted good article Hebrew language
  8. C-Class article Hausa language
  9. B-Class article Oromo language
  10. Start-Class article Somali language

Austronesian languages (7 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Cebuano language
  2. C-Class article Indonesian language
  3. C-Class article Javanese language
  4. B-Class article Malagasy language
  5. B-Class article Malay language
  6. Start-Class article Sundanese language
  7. B-Class article Tagalog language

Austro-Asiatic languages (2 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Khmer language
  2. C-Class article Vietnamese language

Indo-European languages (40 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Armenian language
  2. C-Class article Greek language
    1. B-Class article Ancient Greek

Indo-Aryan languages (14 articles)

  1. B-Class article Assamese language
  2. B-Class article Former featured article Delisted good article Bengali language
  3. C-Class article Hindustani language
    1. C-Class article Hindi
    2. B-Class article Urdu
  4. B-Class article Marathi language
  5. Start-Class article Nepali language
  6. Start-Class article Oriya language
  7. B-Class article Pali
  8. B-Class article Delisted good article Sanskrit
  9. B-Class article Sindhi language
  10. C-Class article Sinhala language
  11. B-Class article Punjabi language
  12. B-Class article Gujarati language

Romance languages (6 articles)

  1. C-Class article French language
  2. C-Class article Italian language
  3. C-Class article Delisted good article Latin
  4. C-Class article Former featured article Portuguese language
  5. C-Class article Romanian language
  6. C-Class article Spanish language

Germanic languages (8 articles)

  1. C-Class article Danish language
  2. B-Class article Dutch language
  3. B-Class article Delisted good article English language
    1. Start-Class article Middle English
    2. C-Class article Delisted good article Old English
  4. C-Class article Delisted good article German language
  5. Featured article Swedish language
  6. C-Class article Yiddish language

Iranian languages (3 articles)

  1. Start-Class article Kurdish languages
  2. B-Class article Pashto language
  3. C-Class article Persian language

Slavic languages (6 articles)

  1. Good article Czech language
  2. B-Class article Old Church Slavonic
  3. C-Class article Polish language
  4. C-Class article Former featured article Russian language
  5. C-Class article Serbo-Croatian
  6. B-Class article Ukrainian language

Dravidian languages (4 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Kannada language
  2. B-Class article Malayalam
  3. Featured article Tamil language
  4. B-Class article Telugu language

Niger–Congo languages (4 articles)[edit]

  1. Start-Class article Fula language
  2. B-Class article Igbo language
  3. B-Class article Swahili language
  4. B-Class article Yoruba language

Sino-Tibetan languages (8 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Burmese language
  2. C-Class article Chinese language
    1. C-Class article Classical Chinese
    2. Start-Class article Hakka Chinese
    3. C-Class article Former featured article Mandarin Chinese
    4. C-Class article Wu Chinese
    5. B-Class article Yue Chinese
    6. Start-Class article Min Chinese

Turkic languages (4 articles)[edit]

  1. C-Class article Azerbaijani language
  2. Start-Class article Kazakh language
  3. C-Class article Former featured article Turkish language
  4. C-Class article Uzbek language

Law (78 articles)[edit]

Mass media (59 articles)[edit]

For technology of mass communication, television, radio, etc.) see technology section

Museums (20 articles)[edit]

Politics and government (65 articles)[edit]

Psychology (80 articles)[edit]

Society (75 articles)[edit]

Sociology (18 articles)[edit]

War and military (52 articles)[edit]