Global History project
Last Updated: Jul 1, 2015
Books for this project are not on reserve.
What Life Was Like in the Age of Chivalry
Call Number: 940.1 W555
The Black Death
Call Number: 614.5 BYR
Magick, Mayhem, and Mavericks
Call Number: 541 C653
Listed below are several websites and online gateways to electronic resources in Medieval Studies.
This privately maintained site is a long list of links to websites relevant to medieval studies, including literature, art, music, and dozens of sources.
Links to Medieval Resources including art, science, and religion.
Medieval Siege - NOVA
Medieval arms race, building a trebuchet, life in a castle, and destroy a castle.
Middle Ages on the History Channel
Watch videos about plague, armor, weapons, and much more.
The Domesday Book
Domesday Book is a detailed survey of the land held by William the Conqueror and his people, the earliest surviving public record, and a hugely important historical resource. You can search and download images from Domesday Book.
The Camelot Project
The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester is designed to make available in electronic format a database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information.
Medieval Architecture in England
By the University of Pittsburgh from the series "Images of Medieval Art and Architecture."
Internet Shakespeare Editions
Internet Shakespeare Editions includes scholarly, fully annotated texts of Shakespeare's plays, multimedia explorations of the context of Shakespeare's life and works, and records of his plays in performance.
Select: "All EBSCOhost Resources from NHewLINK"
Choose: "Academic Search Premier" or "MasterFILE Premier" Look at articles from historic journals like Military History, Arms & Armour, or Smithsonian. Bloom's Literary Reference
Critical analysis and essays about literature.
Directory of Open Access Journals
This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals.
You can search the
PRHS Library catalog by subject to find books (including e-books) relevant to your research. One good way to find books on a particular topic is to browse by subject:
Enter a word such as "Medieval" or phrase such as "Middle Ages" in the search box and select "subject."
You'll see a list of books on the subject. Don't forget to click "Next page" to get the full list.
You can access the ebook:
Europe, 1450 to 1789 (Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World)
(see the library staff if you need assistance with access)