Featured Resource Pages
The following pages are highlighted as useful resources for educators.
Use the filters below to search by century, era, geography, type of resource, and other topics of interest to students of the medieval past.
Click the numbered pages at the bottom of this page to browse all content.
Browse a database of open-access books from academic presses.
Ian Mladjov’s Resources is an excellent resource of historical maps.
View Meghan L. Cook's list of resources for teaching book history.
Podcasts on topics related to book history, from all periods.
Search through the Vatican's immense and growing digital collection of manuscripts and other materials that are of interest to scholars of medieval and late antique history and cultures.
Search and browse through a large number of digitized manuscripts from the collections of Cambridge University and its colleges.
Search and browse through many hundreds of digitized medieval manuscripts held in Switzerland's libraries and museums.
Find images and other resources at the University of Pennsylvania's Kislak Center.
Find a wealth of materials for medievalists.
Explore exhibition gallery guides, videos, articles, and more.
Find images and information on a wide range of art and cultural resources from Google Arts and Culture.
Find a list of digital resources dedicated to all eras of the Middle Ages at the British Museum.
More than 30 leading STM publishers have committed to making all of their COVID-19 and coronavirus-related publications immediately accessible. Brill has opened up books and articles on topics such as public health, distance learning, crisis research. If any new related content is published with Brill, it will be added to this collection.
The content on this page will be freely accessible until April 30, 2021.
This website features podcasts that aim to both give a flavor of past disease outbreaks while also discussing some pressing present questions.
Short bibliographies compiled by participants of the De-centering the Global Middle Ages symposium. Contains links to research and teaching resources that are helpful for moving the focus of the Middle Ages off of Europe.
An annotated bibliography of printed and online primary sources for the Middle Ages (mostly translated).
A blog with stories (and artistic interpretations) of women around the world who lived in the year 1000.
Short bibliographies helpful for moving the focus of the Middle Ages outside of Europe.
A massive collection of out-of-copyright books scanned for Google but not always accessible through Google books. Instructions for searching the collection are at the link.
The Medieval Academy of America (MAA)‘s MDR provides a list of digital resources available online.