Middle Ages for Educators is designed for teachers, students, and anyone who wants to learn about the Middle Ages (c. 300-1500 C.E.). 

Middle Ages for Educators was created as a response to the shift to online teaching in March of 2020, and has grown to offer short video lectures, digital tools, translated primary sources, and pedagogical approaches for teaching the Middle Ages. It also features links to external resources on teaching and learning about the Middle Ages (300-1500 C.E.). Videos, created by medievalist experts, run 6-20 minutes long, and many are accompanied by links to primary materials, discussion questions, and associated web resources. We welcome teachers, students, and all learners to discover the richness of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages along with us.

Project Editors

Merle Eisenberg
Postdoctoral Fellow
National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), University of Maryland
Sara McDougall
Associate Professor of History
John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Laura Morreale
Cultural Historian
13th and 14th Century Italian peninsula

Content Managers

Sucharita Ray
Content Developer
Jonathan Klein Henry, PhD
Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity/MAFE
Lead Content Manager
David Gyllenhaal
Content Developer

First Edition

To cite the first edition of Middle Ages for Educators, (April-December, 2020) please refer to the archived version at 10.34055/osf.io/4yedu."

Terms of Use

© 2020. This work is licensed under a CC BY-NC 4.0,  which means you may share and remix the material with appropriate attribution, as in the website footer. Material may not be re-used for commercial purposes.

Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)

Astronomy graphics

BNF Fonds français 14964, f. 79r