Online Resources


"A Gateway to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance" that includes a massive, retrospective, on-line medieval and Renaissance bibliography covering articles, book reviews, and essay collections all languages and disciplines related to 400-1700. The project is partnered with the Renaissance Society of America, the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, and the University of Toronto. Currently, more than 1.3 million records are compiled. More information is available on the Iter website.


This is a Spanish-language peer-reviewed journal from the National Union of Historians in Argentina and CONICET (The National Scientific and Technical Research Council), which spans world history, literature, and theatre in Europe and the Americas from the Late Middle Ages through the Early Modern period, the Conquest, and into Digital Humanities. It uses medieval, colonial, and indigenous documentation to illustrate issues in Golden Age literature, the age of imperial exploration, trans-oceanic connections, and Andean theatre and art. Click here to see the first edition of EuropAmerica: Circulacion y Transferencias Culturales

Annotated list of translations of Beowulf by Marijane Osborn

Opening the Geese Book Project

ACMRS serves as the institutional home of this major project to make a sixteenth-century manuscript available to the public. The Geese Book is a large, lavishly illuminated, two-volume liturgical gradual made for the church of St. Lorenz in Nuremberg between 1504 and 1510 and owned by the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York.

FEMINAE: Medieval Women and Gender Index

An index of recent journal articles, book reviews and translations. FEMINAE: Medieval Women and Gender Index covers journal articles, book reviews, essays in books, and translations about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages. Because of the explosion of research in Women's Studies during the past two decades, scholars and students interested in women during the Middle Ages find an ever-growing flood of publications. More information
CLICK HERE to access the FEMINAE Index online.

The Personal Library of Robert S. Lopez

Robert S. Lopez was the Sterling Professor of History and founder of the Medieval Studies Program at Yale University. During his more than forty-year career in Renaissance studies he established a global reputation as one of the foremost leaders in the field. He was best known for his ground-breaking economic interpretation of the Renaissance.

Following his death in 1986, ACMRS was able to purchase Prof. Lopez's private collection of books and papers to use as the foundation of itsresearch collection. The Lopez Collection preserves those books, individual articles, and basic sources that were considered by Lopez and his colleagues to be the best representation of work in the field during the period of his primary activity from roughly 1930 to 1980.


MEDMED-L is an unmoderated forum for communication among scholars studying medicine in the medieval period. It is sponsored by the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS). The list manager is Monica Green, Professor of History, Arizona State University. To subscribe, unsubscribe, manage your subscriber account, or access the archives, click here.

The World of Dante Website

The World of Dante is a multi-media research tool intended to facilitate the study of the Divine Comedy through a wide range of offerings. These include an encoded Italian text that allows for structured searches and analyses, an English translation, interactive maps, diagrams, music, a database, timeline and gallery of illustrations. Many of these features allow users to engage the poem dynamically through the integrated components of this site. Visit the World of Dante website here.

Mediaevistik Website

An international journal of interdisciplinary medieval research, Ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and Albrecht Classen. Publishes articles and book reviews in the major European languages. Click here to learn more about Mediaevistik.