Internet Medieval Sourcebook
"The Sourcebook is in two parts. The first is made up of fairly short classroom sized extracts, derived from public domain sources or copy-permitted translations, the second is composed of the full documents, or WWW links to the full documents...At the moment, the texts available still address elite governmental, legal, religious and economic concerns."
Edited by Paul Halsall, Fordham University
The Labyrinth Resources for Medieval Studies
"The Labyrinth is a global information network providing free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server at Georgetown University. The Labyrinth's easy-to-use menus and hypertext links provide automatic connections to databases, services, and electronic texts on other servers around the world. In addition, the Labyrinth will include a full range of new resources: an electronic library, on-line forums, professional directories and news, on-line bibliographies, an on-line "university" of teachers and scholars available for electronic conferencing, and an archive of pedagogical tools."
Martin Irvine and Deborah Everhart, Co-Directors, Georgetown University
The Aquinas Translation Project
"The Aquinas Translation Project is a web-based project which seeks to provide scholars, religious and any interested individuals with translations of St. Thomas Aquinas's works not readily available in English. The co-ordinator of the Project is Stephen Loughlin, an Associate Professor of Philosophy at DeSales University, Center Valley, Pennsylvania, USA."
NetSERF: The Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
A collection of over 1000 links to Medieval archaeology, architecture, art, culture, drama, history, law, literature, music, people, philosophy, science, and religion. There is also an excellent Research Center for the academic and professional historian.
A little less academic than the ORB or Labyrinth but it is a well organized collection of web resources that makes for a perfect gateway to the study of the Medieval world
Maintained by Beau A.C. Harbin, Dept. of History, The Catholic University of America
Online Medieval and Classical Library
"The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization. Douglas B. Killings is responsible for the project."
Berkeley Digital Library
Web Sites Relevant to Medieval Studies
Topics include Graphics, History, Journals and Newsletters, Language Resources, Libraries and Museums, Literature and Manuscripts, and Maps and Cartography.
A lot more than just philosophy but an important site to visit nonetheless.
Maintained by Douglas B. Killings
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