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The following links may be useful to students of Medieval and Renaissance studies. Please e-mail us if you have any other suggestions or find a link that needs to be updated, at or


Professional Associations

American Historical Association

American Philosophical Association

CARA Data Project (listing of Centers, Programs, etc. in Medieval Studies)

Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas pre-1800 (GEMELA)

International Courtly Literature Society

Medieval Academy of America

Medieval Association of the Pacific

Medieval Institute at Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo)

Modern Language Association

Renaissance Conference of Southern California

Renaissance Society of America

Shakespeare Association of America

UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies


Libraries, Databases and Other Resources

British History On-Line

British Library

CELT Corpus of Electronic Texts (Celtic Studies)

Digital Library of Dutch Literature

Digital Scriptorium (image database of manuscripts)

Early Modern Women Database

Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia

Emory Women Writers Resource Project

English Emblem Book Project

Folger Shakespeare Library

Furness Shakespeare Library

Gallica Classique (medieval French texts)

Huntington Library

Index of Christian Art

Institute of Historical Research (for English sources)

Internet Medieval Sourcebook

Internet Shakespeare Editions

Iter (bibliography database)

Luminarium (medieval and Renaissance literature)

Manuscripta Mediaevalia (German texts)

Middle English Compendium

Mr. William Shakespeare on the Internet

ORB: On-Line Reference Book for Medieval Studies

Newberry Library

National Archives of Britain

National Portrait Gallery (Britain)

Records of Early English Drama (REED)

Renascence Editions

University of Toronto: Books On-Line