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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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