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 Internet Medieval Sourcebook: Secondary Sources

Paul Halsall, ORB sources editor

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook is now part of 
ORB, the Online Reference Book 
for Medieval Studies.

Since January 20, 1996, this page has been accessed  times
note - this counter is approximate since it only records graphical hits

Last Modified: March 27, 2007


Guide to Contents

The structure of this section of the Sourcebook - devoted to secondary articles on the subjects covered by the source documents - mirrors that of the Selected Sources collection. You can browse through the entire list, or jump directly to the part that interests you by selecting the underlined links.

Since virtually all these sources are at off-site locations, some will, inevitably, disappear. Notify me if this happens.

Special Note to Undergraduate Students: The articles and books collected here may help you in writing papers. But you cannot depend on the Internet for material for papers. The net is just one more option for you to explore, but you need to use library resources as well.

  • Main Page will take you back to Sourcebook main page.
  • Full Texts  will take you to the index of full text medieval sources.
  • Saints' Lives will take you to the page on hagiography.
  • New Accessions Page will take you back to a file of Sourcebook contents organized by date of addition (so you can see what is new).
  • Search the Sourcebook will enable searches of the full texts of all the source texts at Fordham, at ORB, or selected ancient, late antique, and medieval text databases.

Selected Secondary Readings In Medieval History


The End of the Classical World

PAGAN LATE ANTIQUITY

CHRISTIAN LATE ANTIQUITY

THE GERMAN IMPACT

Byzantium

BYZANTIUM- GENERAL

JUSTINIAN

AFTER JUSTINIAN

ICONOCLASM

BYZANTINE IMPERIAL CENTURIES (843-1204)

LATE BYZANTIUM AND RELATIONS WITH THE WEST (1204-1453)

BYZANTINE RELIGION

THE BYZANTINE COMMONWEALTH

Islam

MUHAMMAD AND FOUNDATIONS - TO 632 CE

ISLAMIC EXPANSION AND EMPIRE - 750 CE

LATER ISLAMIC HISTORY

The Formation of Latin Christendom

THE ROMAN CHURCH

MONASTICISM

THE CELTIC WORLD

THE CAROLINGIAN ESSOR

FEUDALISM?

The Flowering of Latin Christendom

WESTERN RECOVERY

THE COMMERCIAL REVOLUTION

EMPIRE AND PAPACY - INVESTITURE CONTROVERSY

THE CRUSADES

12TH CENTURY THOUGHT

WESTERN EUROPEAN LITERATURE

EMPIRE AND PAPACY - BARBAROSSA TO INNOCENT III

ENGLAND

THE RISE OF FRANCE

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL

THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE - FREDERICK II AND AFTER

PARLIMENTARY ORIGINS IN ENGLAND

Medieval Life and Thought

13TH CENTURY SCHOLARS AND SCHOLASTICISM

CRITICISM OF SOCIETY - HERESY AND MENDICANCY

LAW - THEORY AND PRACTICE

RURAL LIFE

MEDIEVAL JEWISH LIFE

Anti-Semitism

CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY

WOMEN'S ROLES

CONSTRUCTIONS OF SEXUALITY AND GENDER

MARRIAGE

The Late Middle Ages

THE PAPACY OVERREACHES

THE "CALAMITOUS" 14TH CENTURY

LATE MEDIEVAL GOVERNMENT

CONCILIARISM

MEDIEVAL PEOPLE - REFLECTED IN LITERATURE

Transformations

ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

REFORMATION and CATHOLIC REFORMATION

EXPANSION OVERSEAS


© This text is copyright. The specific electronic form, and any notes and questions are copyright. Permission is granted to copy the text, and to print out copies for personal and educational use. No permission is granted for commercial use. 

If any copyright has been infringed, this was unintentional. The possibility of a site such as this, as with other collections of electronic texts, depends on the large availability of public domain material from texts translated before 1923. [In the US, all texts issued before 1923 are now in the public domain. Texts published before 1964 may be in the public domain if copyright was not renewed after 28 years. This site seeks to abide by US copyright law: the copyright status of texts here outside the US may be different.] Efforts have been made to ascertain the copyright status of all texts here, although, occasionally, this has not been possible where older or non-US publishers seem to have ceased existence. Some of the recently translated texts here are copyright to the translators indicated in each document. These translators have in every case given permission for non-commercial reproduction. No representation is made about the copyright status of texts linked off-site. This site is intended for educational use. Notification of copyright infringement will result in the immediate removal of a text until its status is resolved.


The author and maintainer of this site is Paul Halsall [picture]. He can be contacted by email at halsall@fordham.edu

Please do not hesitate to mail comments or suggestions.


The Internet History Sourcebooks Project is located at the History Department of  Fordham University, New York.

The Internet Medieval Sourcebook, and other medieval components of the project, are located at the Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies.

The Internet History Sourcebooks Project [IHSP] is a world wide web project designed to provide easy access to primary sources and other teaching materials in a non-commercial environment.  It was developed and is edited by Paul Halsall with the aid of numerous other contributors.

The IHSP recognizes the contribution of Fordham University, the Fordham University History Department, and the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies in providing web space and server support for the project.

The IHSP is a project independent of Fordham University. Although the IHSP seeks to follow all applicable copyright law, Fordham University is not the institutional owner, and is not liable as the result of any legal action.

 

 

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