MEDIEVAL STUDIES AT SAINT MICHAELíS COLLEGE/DAMERON/HISTORY DEPARTMENT

SPRING  2005

(* = Durick has it)

 

SAINT MICHAELíS COLLEGE ONLINE LIBRARY STUDY GUIDE

 

Medieval Studies:  http://www2.smcvt.edu/library/subjectguide/medieval.htm

 

Guide to Medieval Studies (contact:  Marilyn Scoville, Reference Librarian):  http://personalweb.smcvt.edu/mscoville/medieval%20research.htm

 

                                                                                      BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

 

International Medieval Bibliography, Minneapolis, Leeds, 1968 ff.  Index organized by subject.

 

*The American Historical Association's Guide to Historical Literature, Mary Beth Norton, general editor; 3rd edition, 2 vols.  (New York:  Oxford University Press, 1995).

 

*Crosby, E. U., C. J. Bishko, and R. Kellogg, Medieval Studies:  A Bibliographical Guide (New York:  Garland, 1983).

 

Charles Gross, The Sources and Literature of English History from the Earliest Times to about 1485. 2nd edition (New York 1915).  New edition apparently being prepared by Edgar Graves.

 

Richard Rouse, with J. H. Claxton and M. D. Metzger, Serial Bibliographies for Medieval Studies (Berkeley 2nd ed. Los Angeles 1969).

 

 

                        DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS (DURICK LIBRARY REFERENCE SECTION)

 

Atlas of Medieval Man

 

Joseph Dahmus, Dictionary of Medieval Civilization (New York:  Macmillan 1984).

 

Dizionario biografico degli italiani (Rome: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1982).

 

*Dictionary of the Middle Ages , ed. Joseph Strayer  (NY: Scribner, 1982ff)

 

*Encyclopedia of the Renaissance; T. Bergin and J. Speake, eds., (New York:  Facts on File, 1987)

 

*Larousse Encyclopedia of Ancient and Medieval History (New York:  Harper and Row, 1963).

 

*The New Catholic Encyclopedia, 19 vols. (New York: McGraw Hill, 1967-1989).

 

 

 

                                                                         GUIDES TO MEDIEVAL STUDIES

 

*James Powell, Medieval Studies (Syracuse 1976).

 

Repetoire international des medievalistes, ed. E. R. Labande and Bernadette Leplant (Poitiers 1971).

 

 

 

GENERAL PRINT AND ONLINE INDEXES FOR PERIODICAL LITERATURE AND BOOK REVIEWS

 

*Academic Search Premier (online)

 

*ATLA Religion Database (online)

 

*Book Review Digest (New York:  H. W. Wilson, 1905ff).

 

*Book Review Index (Detroit:  Gale, 1965ff).

 

*CETEDOC Library of Christian Latin Texts (cd-roms at Circulation Desk)

 

*Expanded Academic ASAP (online)

 

*Historical Abstracts

 

*Humanities Index (New York:  H. W. Wilson, 1974ff).

 

*Iter (online)

 

*Readerís Guide to Periodical Literature (New York:  H. W. Wilson, 1890ff).

 

ONLINE RESOURCES

 

Principal Medieval History Websites (Labyrinth, Orb, NetSerf, Internet Medieval Sourcebook, and others):  available at my website (http://academics.smcvt.edu/gdameron)

 

Online resources available on St. Michaelís College Library Website (http://www.smcvt.edu/library/index.htm): 

 

Full text online articles:

Academic Search Premier

Expanded Academic ASAP

 

Scholarly Literature

Arts and Humanities

Historical Abstracts

JSTOR

Modern Language Association International Bibliography

Project Muse

 

SELECTED PERIODICALS AND JOURNALS

 

American Historical Review.  New York, 1895 ff.

 

Annales--economies, societes, civilisations.  Paris, 1929 ff.

 

Bibliotheque de l'Ecole des Chartes.  Paris, 1839 ff.

 

Catholic Historical Review.  Washington, 1915 ff.

 

Economic History Review.  Cambridge, 1927 ff.

 

Feminist Studies

 

Gender and History (Blackwell)

 

Journal of Ecclesiastical History.  1950 ff.

 

Journal of Economic History.  New York 1941 ff.

 

Journal of Family History 1976--

 

Journal of the History of Ideas.  New York, 1937 ff.

 

Journal of Women's History

 

Journal of Interdisciplinary History.  Cambridge, 1970.

 

Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies.  Durham, 1971 ff.

 

Medieval Feminist Newsletter.

 

Medievalia et Humanistica.  1942 ff.

 

Past and Present.  Oxford, 1952 ff.

 

Renaissance Quarterly.

 

Revue d'histoire ecclesiastique. Louvain, 1900 ff.

 

Revue historique.  Paris, 1876 ff.

 

Signs  1975----

 

Sixteenth Century Journal.

 

Shakespeare Quarterly.

 

Speculum (Journal of the Medieval Academy of America). Cambridge, 1926 ff.

 

 

               


 

 

SPECIALIZED TOPICS

 

Atlas and Geography

 

*Donald Mathew, Atlas of Medieval Europe (New York:  Facts on File, 1983).

 

*Colin Platt, The Atlas of Medieval Man (New York:  St. Martinís Press, 1979).

 

*N. J. G. Pounds, An Historical Geography of Europe, 450-1330 (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1990).

 

The Black Death

 

Selected internet resources (Saint Michaelís College Library web page):  http://www2.smcvt.edu/library/subjectguide/medieval.htm#Study%20Guides

 

Select Bibliography (http://academics.smcvt.edu/gdameron)

 

Byzantium

 

*The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, A. Kazhdan, ed., 3 vols. (New York: Oxford, 1991).

 

Fine Arts

 

*H. Janson, History of Art, 4th edition (New York:  Harry Abrans, 1991).

 

*The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Stanley Sadie, ed., 20 vols. (New York:  Macmillan, 1980).

 

Jews

 

*H. H. Ben-Sasson, ed., A History of the Jewish People (Cambridge:  Harvard University Press,  1976).

 

 

Literature

 

*Classical and Medieval Literary Criticism, D. Poupard et al, eds. (Detroit:  Gale, 1988--).

 

Papacy

 

*The Oxford Dictionary of Popes, ed. J. Kelley (New York:  Oxford, 1986).

 

Saints

 

*Butlerís Lives of the Saints, 4 vols. (New York: P. J. Kennedy, 1956).

 

*Oxford Dictionary of Saints, D. Farmer, ed. (New York:  Oxford, 1978).

 

Warfare

 

*Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare, Geoffrey Parker, ed. (New York: Cambridge, 1995).

 

*Philippe Contamine, War in the Middle Ages (Oxford:  Blackwell, 1986)

 

 

SURVEYS OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY AND GENERAL REFERENCE

 

*Malcolm Barber,  The Two Cities:  Medieval Europe, 1050-1320 (London:  Routledge, 1992).

 

*The Cambridge Medieval History, J. Bury, editor; 2nd edition; 4 vols. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1966).

 

*The Cambridge Economic History of  Europe, 4 vols. (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1941).

 

*Norman Cantor, The Civilization of the Middle Ages (New York:  HarperCollins, 1993).

 

*Mortimer Chambers, R. Grew, D. Herlihy, et al, The Western Experience, 4th edition (New York: Knopf, 1987).

 

*H. G. Koenigsberger, Medieval Europe, 400-1500 (London: Longman, 1987).

 

*Robert Hoyt and Stanley Chodorow, Europe in the Middle Ages, 3rd edition (New York: Harcourt,  1976).

 

*D. Kagan and S. Ozment, The Western Heritage, 3rd edition (New York:  Macmillan, 1987).

 

*Maurice Keen, The Pelican History of Medieval Europe (New York:  Penguin, 1991).

 

*John Hine Mundy, Europe in the High Middle Ages, 1150-1309, 2nd edition (New York:  Longman, 1991).

 

*The Shorter Cambridge Medieval History, C. Previte-Orton, 2 vols. (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1978).

 

*Brian Tierney and S. Painter, Western Europe in the Middle Ages 5th edition (New York:  McGraw Hill, 1992).