Member Resources–Journals and Libraries
- Society Periodicals (with links to Tables of Contents for recent issues)
- Circulating Libraries
- Academic Programs
Includes publications, conference, scholarship awards.
- Research officer: both the parent society and the American Branch research officers assist members in planning individual courses of study or researching particular topics.
- Pursuing the White Boar: Approaches to Teaching Richard III — A survey of techniques used by teachers of history and literature at both the secondary and the university level. Includes reading lists and suggested essay questions.
- Researching the Middle Ages: A Guide for Students by Solebury School librarian Sally Foulkrod.
- Poor Richard? Defending Richard III as a Research Exercise — Web-based outline of paper presented by Laura Blanchard at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 1998
- Audiovisual Resources for teaching Richard III and the middle ages.
- Paradigm Online Writing Assistant Practical advice on planning, organizing, editing, and documenting an essay or research paper, from Chuck Guilford at Boise State University.
- LOBO — Library Online Basic Orientation — from North Carolina State University. Includes Assignment Calculator to help students plan/schedule their work.
- Learning Latin 1086-1733 — An online tutorial from the National Archives in England.
Connecting with Scholars/Finding a School
- The Medieval Academy’s Committee on Centers and Regional Associations maintains a page with listings of U.S. university centers of medieval studies and regional medieval associations. Many of the listings include links to the organizations’ web sites.
- The Labyrinth maintains a page of links to Professional Organizations representing a variety of medieval studies subdisciplines and special topics.
- Link to the University of London’s Institute of Historical Research.
See also Web Links