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Medieval and Premodern History


Scholarly Research

This is a short guide to Medieval history focusing on scholarly research and digital primary source collections.

Approaching European Medieval History

On this first, landing page you'll find access points for reference material (e.g., bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc.), access points for finding books, and some of the major databases for looking for scholarly articles. In the subpages, you'll access points for digital collections of "Data, Ephemera, and Maps," "Manuscript Collections," and "Manuscripts: Astronomy & Astrology." 

What's on This Page by Type

    Reference Shelf

    Dictionaries, Lexicons, and Thesauri

    Bibliographies and Indices


    Handbooks and Companions

    Books: Find & Request from BC & Beyond

    Your local libraries have excellent monographs and anthologies located in O'Neill library as well as through the BC libraries portal. Try searching for books (only books) through the WorldCat library system to see if we have what you need. If we don't, you can order material through Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

    WorldCat Catalog

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    Journal and e-Book Database Recommendations

    Subject Librarian for History

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    Brittany Lehman, Ph.D.
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