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Women & Gender in Europe, 400-1650


  Falvey Library Catalog

  WorldCat (OCLC)

  Dissertations and Theses Global (ProQuest)

  E-ZBorrow and Interlibrary Loan

Book Reviews

  Book Review Digest Plus (EBSCO)

  Book Review Digest Retrospective, 1903-1982 (EBSCO)

  Book Review Index Plus (Gale)

  Articles & More Search

Journal Articles & Book Chapters

International Medieval Bibliography (Brepols)
The International Medieval Bibliography (IMB) is a current, comprehensive bibliography of articles in journals and monographs. It includes references to book reviews.

Articles & More Search
Useful for interdisciplinary research although result sets can be overwhelming. Use the Include articles at other libraries facet to increase number the number of journals covered.

Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index
Covers journal articles, book chapters, book reviews, and translations about women, sexuality, and gender in the Middle Ages.

Iter Bibliography (University of Toronto)
A bibliography of journal articles and book chapters pertaining to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Historical Abstracts (EBSCO)
An annotated reference guide to the history of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present. Covers journal articles, book reviews, and dissertations.

Medieval Archaeology
Volume 1-50 of Medieval Archaeology published by the Society for Medieval Archaeology. Full-text available online.

GenderWatch (ProQuest)
Indexes a range of scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, books, and conference proceedings covering gender issues.

RAMBI (The National Library of Israel)
A selective bibliography of articles in the various fields of Jewish studies and in the study of Eretz Israel.

Encyclopedias, Companions & Handbooks

Oxford Handbooks Online - History Collection
Includes The Oxford Handbook of Women and Gender in Medieval Europe by Bennett and Karras.

Medieval History Reference Titles
Browse selected print and online encyclopedias and companions.

Gale Virtual Reference Library
The Gale Virtual Reference Library includes the Encyclopedia Judaica (2007, 22 vols.), the Crusades Reference Library (2005, 4 vols.), and the Middle Ages Reference Library (2001, 5 vols.).

Cambridge Histories Online (Cambridge University Press)
Includes the New Cambridge Medieval History (8 vols.), the Cambridge History of Medieval Science, the Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy (3 vols.), and the Cambridge History of Medieval Political Thought.

Cambridge Companions Online (Cambridge University Press)
Includes companions to medieval women's writing, medieval English culture, and medieval Jewish philosophy among others.

Selected Primary Sources in Translation

  Readings in Medieval Civilizations and Cultures (University of Toronto Press)

  Manchester Medieval Sources (Manchester University Press)

  Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies

  Middle Ages (University of Pennsylvania Press)

  Peregrina Translation Series

  The Medieval Mediterranean: People, Economies and Cultures, 400-1500 (Brill)

  Crusade Texts in Translation (Routledge)

  Medieval Iberian Peninsula: Texts and Studies (Brill)

  Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World (Brill)

  Medieval History Texts in Translation (University of Leeds)

  Mediaeval Sources in Translation (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies)

  Medieval Texts in Translation (Catholic University of America Press)

  Translated Texts for Historians E-Library (Liverpool University)

  Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index

  Bibliography of Works by and about Women Writers of the Middle Ages

  Online Medieval Sources Bibliography

  Epistolae: Medieval Women's Letters

  Luminarium: Anthology of Middle English Literature, 1350-1485

  Early English Books Online (Chadwyck-Healy)

  Early English Books Online - Text Creation Partnership

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