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Global Medieval Studies Bibliography
We are pleased to share a new, collaborative project from Medieval Studies faculty: A bibliography of resources across topic areas within medieval studies. We hope this can be a resource to educators and students looking to expand their view of the global medieval world. Please see the PDFs linked below for each bibliography.
Africa in the Global Medieval World (from Kathryn M. de Luna)
Asia in the Global Medieval World (from Michelle C. Wang)
Iberian, Hispanic, Lusophone, and Iberoamerican Sources (from Ross Karlan)
This website and set of podcasts was the collective final project for “Premodern Worlds: A History Through Objects,” taught by Professor Sarah McNamer at Georgetown University in the fall of 2019. The podcasts all look at relics from the medieval world — from Byzantine jewelry to Chinese Buddhist altarpieces.
The Global Medieval Studies Program plans to host a variety of digital projects on our Domains site, globalmedievalstudies.georgetown.domains. Keep tabs on this platform for more projects like “Premodern Worlds.”
Our colleagues Laura Morreale, Merle Eisenberg, and Sara McDougall, with support from the Haskins Society, have just launched a new website, “Middle Ages for Educators,” to aid with digital learning and education during the challenges posed by COVID-19. This is a brilliant resource for educators, students, and all interested in medieval studies.
“The Global Medieval Sourcebook (GMS) is a free, open access, and open source teaching and research tool. It offers a flexible online display for the parallel viewing of medieval texts in their original language, in new English translations, and in their digitized manuscript form.” (Global Medieval Sourcebook)