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For the Tool Talks featured on the Medieval Academy of America Online Teaching Webinar, search "Teaching with Digital Tools."

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"Killer Rabbits in Medieval Manuscripts"

Find an article explaining the visual depiction of "bad bunnies" in Medieval art. 

The Got Medieval Blog

Access a blog written to shed humorous light on contemporary ideas through reference to medieval manuscripts, figures, and events. 

Philological Scholar in Quarantine (Humorous Use of Manuscript Image)

See a manuscript image depicting a scribe at work, labelled to refer to the isolated nature of both philological work and the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

"Sacred Texts: Codices Far, Far Away" (Medievalists Discuss Star Wars Jedi Manuscripts)

Watch as medievalists discuss the manuscripts featured on film in the fictional Star Wars universe. Useful for raising interest in medieval texts. 

Recorded Song: De la Conquête de Constantinople

A recording of a good-natured song presenting a translation and abridgement of De la Conquête de Constantinople.

Medieval Emojis

See examples of emojis used to raise interest in Medieval authors. 

The Case of Rolandina Ronchaia, a 14th - century transwoman?

In this video three historians of gender and sexuality examine the legal case of Rolandina Ronchaia, a transwoman in mid-fourteenth century Venice,

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Engineering Syllabus by Prof. Charles Haas

View a sample syllabus for teaching during and about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Moitessier Research Group COVID-19 Info Page

Access a list of resources and scientific journal articles on the COVID-19 pandemic, last updated in May 22, 2020.

ORBIS: The Stanford Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World

Discover details about travel in Late Antiquity through ORBIS's database for calculating time, distance, and other conditions of movement around the Roman Empire.