Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- WESS Medieval and Renaissance Web provides access to scholarly resources for Western Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
- It includes vendor information for commercial products, as well as access to free sites.
- The resources listed here have undergone a selection and evaluation process.
Guides and Subject Indices
- Bibliography of British and Irish History (Brepols)
- Dante Studies (by Otfried Lieberknecht)
- International Medieval Bibliography & Other Reference Tools (Brepols)
- Iter: Gateway to the Renaissance (including Iter Italicum - Subscription Databases)
- Corsair (Pierpont Morgan Library)
- Enluminures Illuminated Manuscripts in France]
- Late Medieval and Renaissance Illuminated Manuscripts - Books of Hours 1400-1530
- Manuscripta Mediaevalia (Germany)
- Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts (Netherlands)
Institutes, Organizations, and Collections (selected)
- Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies (CEMERS, Binghamton University)
- Gallica (Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris)
- Middle East Documentation Center, University of Chicago (Includes Ottoman documentation)
Electronic Journals and Reviews (selected)
- A collection of electronic versions of older journals, including Speculum, Studies in the Renaissance, and Renaissance Notes / Renaissance Quarterly. (Subscription database)
- The Medieval Review (formerly Bryn Mawr Medieval Review)
Electronic Texts and Images--Commercial and Subscription
- An ongoing, CD-ROM based project to digitize in a single database all texts written in Castilian before 1615.
- Available from Micronet.
- CLCLT (formerly CETEDOC) and other editions of Latin patristic and medieval texts (Brepols)
- Early Encounters in North America, The Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts and The Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation (Alexander Street)
- Early European Books (ProQuest)
- Early English Books Online (ProQuest)
- Empire Online (Adam Matthew Publications)
- Past Masters - Full-text Philosophy resources, including Aquinas & Ockham (InteLex)
- Patrologia Latina: Migne's corpus of Christian Latin texts, and Acta Sanctorum
- The Bollandists' Hagiographic Collection (Chadwyck-Healey/ProQuest)
Electronic Texts and Images--Free Sites (selected)
- Eurodocs: History of Medieval and Renaissance Europe (Primary documents online)
The page coordinator for the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Web is Tom Izbicki, Rutgers University (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All interested persons are welcome as contributors: you may sign up for a password to make your own wiki additions and corrections.
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Web is one part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.