The Medieval Page:
Sources for Medieval Studies on the WWW


The WWW offers a vast array of sites in the area of Medieval Studies. Those listed below can be considered at best a sampling of what is available, according to this author's own criteria, system of organization, and patience for searching. This site is composed of pages I have constructed and links to various subjects. For the reader's convenience, the sites found so far have been organized this way: major, umbrella collections (several subjects grouped together) have been placed first; individual subject areas follow below. There will be some overlapping of sites, but I hope that this method will combine both convenience and inclusiveness. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.

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Multi-Subject Medieval Sites
Societies of Medieval Interests
Medieval Listservs
Medieval Blogs
MEDFEST: Conferences of Medieval Interest
Online Journals of Medieval Interest
Religion and Philosophy
History
Witchcraft
Medieval Women
Women, Men, and Gender Topics
Literature
Music
Art and Architecture
Web Pages for Art History Courses at Colleges and Universities
Anglo-Saxon and Celtic Sites
Iberia Sites
Web Pages for Medieval Studies Courses
Online Courses in Medieval Studies
Other University Medieval Studies Web Sites


Multi-Subject Medieval Sites

Societies of Medieval Interests


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MedievalListservs

This is a link to a collection of addresses of listservs of medieval interest, collected and maintained by Edwin Duncan of Towson University.


Medieval Blogs

A growing concern.



Online Journals of Medieval Interest

Medieval Religion and Philosophy

Sources for Medieval History

See also Medieval Course Web Sites below.



Witchcraft

Here begins a site on Witchcraft. (Oddly, many of the sites that turned up on a Google search are essays on "buy an essay here to hand in at school." I'll let you find them.)

Women in Medieval History and Religion

There are many sites for this topic; here are some to get you started.

General Sites

The Beguines



The Empress Theodora of Byzantium (sixth century)


Matilda of Tuscany (1046-1115)

See right. from Cod. Vat. lat. 4922 (1115).


Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204)

Julian of Norwich (1342-1416)

Christine de Pizan (1363-1430)

Joan of Arc (1412-1431)

Women, Men, and Gender Topics



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Sites for Medieval Literature

Collections

Beowulf

"Just don't take any class..."

Boccaccio

  • Heliotropia An online journal of Boccaccio studies from Michael Papio at Brown University.

Chaucer

Chretien de Troyes

The Song of Roland

Various editions.

Dante

Marie de France

  • The Lais circa 1170. These are in pdf.

Piers Plowman

Francois Villon (c. 1431-after 5 January 1463)


On Medieval Music



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Anglo-Saxon and Celtic Sites

See also Literature (for Beowulf) and Art History (for Manuscripts and Painting)



Iberia Sites



Web pages for Medieval Courses at Colleges and Universities

These are mostly syllabi for courses that have been offered in the past. Note that some courses are listed twice, usually under different subjects (ie, History and Art History). Medieval Art History courses are now listed at: Medieval Art History Courses.

Art History Courses and Programs

English and Other Language Studies and Programs

History



Online Courses in Medieval Studies

Please check with each institution for course listings, requirements, etc.

University Medieval Studies Web Sites

Note that most of these also list programs such as a lecture series.

Suggestions? Please send them to the address below.


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