New Cambridge Medieval History (7 vols.)
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All 7 volumes are available online. Print copies are shelved on the 1st floor in Falvey West: D117 .N48 1995
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A comprehensive history of Europe from 500 to 1500 AD written by leading international scholars.
Interlibrary loans are only available for books and journals which are not owned by Falvey. The E-ZBorrow service can be used for books which the library owns, but which are currently checked out. E-ZBorrow books are provided by a local library network and tend to arrive faster than interlibrary loans.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
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Most indexes only search author, title and abstracts of journal articles and book chapters. Online journal publishers allow full-text searching of individual journals. Here is a list of Selected Medieval and Renaissance History Journals. Use the blue FindIt button or the web link to go to the journal website.
For further indexes please consult the History Subject Guide on the library website.
Please note that the indexes listed under Journal Articles index book reviews as well.
Encyclopedias & Companions
Internet Medieval SourcebookMedieval Sources Online (Manchester Univ. Press)
This database contains full-text translations of primary sources from AD 640-1600. There are over three thousand pages of medieval sources annotated and edited to the high standard expected of a university press with over a century of experience.Online Medieval Sources Bibliography
An annotated bibliography of printed and online primary sources for the Middle Ages.
Fordham UniversityEpistolae: Medieval Women's Letters
Epistolæ is a collection of letters to and from women in the Middle Ages, from the 4th to the 13th century. The letters, written in Latin, are linked to the names of the women involved, with English translations and, where available, biographical sketches of the women and some description of the subject matter or the historic context of the letter.
Columbia UniversityBibliography of Works by and about Women Writers of the Middle Ages
Internet History Sourcebooks - Fordham UniversityLuminarium: Anthology of Middle English Literature, 1350-1485Early English Books Online (EEBO)
Full-text page images of over 96,000 titles listed in Pollard and Redgrave’s Short-Title Catalogue, Wing's Short-Title Catalogue, and Thomason Tracts which cover titles printed in English between 1473-1700. For searchable text of selected titles see Early English Books Online -Text Creation PartnershipThe Online Medieval & Classical Library
The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization. Search or browse by author, title, genre, and language.Library of Latin Texts - Series A
Contains full-text of almost all the items in the Corpus Christianorum Series Latina and Continuatio Medievalis. It also contains text from the beginning of Latin literature through to the texts of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). Included are the main works of Thomas Aquinas and certain Latin works of Descartes. (formerly CETEDOC).Library of Latin Texts - Series B
The Library of Latin Texts - Series B (gathers Latin texts of all genres and all periods. The data will therefore be very diverse, and will include genres as varied as chronicles, medieval saints' lives and travel narratives, legal texts, and theological, philosophical and scientific treatises from the early-modern period. Above all, the emphasis will be on the online availability of large corpora of texts. (formerly CETEDOC).
Reproductions of primary sources are available online as well as in print. The library's catalog includes records of both print and online primary sources. Combine subject keywords such as sources with any other keyword to identify primary sources in the catalog. Here are links to series which specialize in the reproduction and translation of primary sources from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance:
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