What's New on ORB
Section editor: Scott McLetchie
ORB is particularly proud to announce the addition of David Herlihy's
syllabus on The
Black Death, revised, expanded and introduced by Charles T. Wood, in Resources
for Teaching; Syllabi.
The ORB Encyclopedia
- Early Medieval:
Antecedents - De Imperatoribus
Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors, ed. Mike DiMaio,
has moved to a new URL
Medieval: Scandinvia & the Northern Seas has added the MAHS
Viking Boat Project, by Edward Eisenhuth.
Medieval: England has added a link to the Electronic
Medieval: Germany debuts as a major new section, ed. by Rebecca L.
Magic and Witchcraft has added Magic in the Middle Ages: A Basic
Bibliography, by Karen Louise Jolly.
Art & Architecture has added
Music: Cynthia Cyrus joins Margaret Hasselman as section
editor. They have made numerous additions, especially Patricia Gray's Web
Animations. (You will need a Flash Player installed available at: Flash Player)
Urban Studies has added English Medieval Boroughs: Privileged Urban
Communities, by Dave Postles
Medieval: England had added Source Documents Relating to the Wars of Edward III, Excerpts from Clifford J. Rogers (ed.),
The Wars of Edward III: Sources and Interpretations (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1999), by permission of the editor.
- Religion has added
a Guide to On-Line Resources in Medieval
Spirituality, by Scott DeGregorio.
The ORB Textbook Library
The ORB Reference Shelf
- The Crusades:
A college course on the Crusades offered by Dr.
E. L. Skip Knox, Boise State University
Resources for Teaching
Of General Interest
- Syllabi has added The Black
Death, David Herlihy, Harvard University (early 1980s), edited and with an introduction by Charles T. Wood, Dartmouth College
- Medieval Manuscript Manual:
The Department of Medieval Studies at Central European University, Budapest, has created a manual dealing with production, structure, illumination, patronage, and usage of manuscripts. Many useful and informative illustrations.
Kalamazoo 2000: Let's Start a Web Page!
What Were We Thinking? Outlines, papers, etc. from May 6 session at International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
- Problems of Navigation -- Laura Blanchard, University of Pennsylvania Library
- Problems of
Diplomacy -- Paul Crawford, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
- Problems of Currency -- M. Bradford Bedingfield, University of Oxford
Last updated 3 June 2000