Resources & Links
The Center for Medieval Studies at the University of Minnesota is proud to be a member of the Medieval Academy of America Committee on Centers and Regional Associations (CARA).
- Digital Scriptorium. A searchable image database of medieval manuscripts held by multiple institutions.
- DScriptorium. Digital manuscript images.
- Hill Museum & Manuscript Library. Located near the Twin Cities in Collegeville, Minnesota.
- The Medieval Academy Blog. MAA news, calls for papers, job announcements, and upcoming events of interest to medievalists.
- Monastic Matrix. A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from 400-1600 CE.
- Internet Medieval Sourcebook. A full range collection of excerpted and full text medieval sources for use in teaching and research.
A collaboration between ARTstor and the Bodleian Library to produce 25,000 images from 35mm filmstrip negatives and positive slides. Material includes medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts.
- Koninklijke Bibliotheek (National Library of the Netherlands). Searchable image database of illuminated manuscript collections (in English).
- Labyrinth. A virtual universe of medieval resources, sponsored by Georgetown University.
- ORB. The Online Resource Book for medievalists.
- Medieval Encounters. Includes link to ME online.
- Medieval Feminist Index. Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages.
- Minnesota Manuscript Research Laboratory.
- Minnesota Manuscript Research Laboratory Bibliography for Latin Palaeography & Codicology.
- The Chaucer Metapage.
- The Bildindex. A German image archive with many medieval and other sources.
- The Richard III and Yorkist History Server. Focused on late medieval England.
- UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. West coasters especially may be interested in what's happening here.
- Net SERF. Architecture, art, history, law, literature, music, religion and useful research resources.