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Medieval Studies: Home





This guide contains resources for
Medieval Studies researchers, 
including those new to Medieval Studies.

Medieval Studies at Fordham

Research Guidebooks

Medieval Studies Questions for Research

Medieval Studies Questions for Research:

  • What aspect(s) of Medieval Studies will you research? (e.g. trade, art, religion, gender, specific historical figures, regions, or social movements, etc.)
  • Are you interested in a focused analysis, a comparison, or an investigation into how one aspect influenced later times?
  • What theories and/or philosophies pertain to your research?
  • Should you consider nationality, ethnicity, race, gender, religion, or affiliation?
  • How much information do you want?
  • What type of information are you looking for? (e.g. articles, books, images, chronologies, manuscripts, etc.)


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