Manuscripts, Media, Materiality: ENG 571A

A guide to get you started on your research for Manuscripts

The journal databases below are starting point for your research. They include a mix of general academic databases, such as JSTOR, and subject-specific databases such as Historical Abstracts and the international Medieval Bibliography. Using multiple databases is a good search strategy: subject specific databases have more specialized indexing, facilitating searches for specialized topics; every journal isn't available in every database - using multiple databases increases the number of journals you are searching; using multiple databases facilitates interdisciplinary research.

Journal Databases for Academic Articles on Medieval - Modern Manuscripts

Subject Librarian

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Jim Galbraith
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Other Resources

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Binghamton University)