extra research resources

SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES FOR RESEARCH WORK IN/ON/AROUND LITERATURE

The following may be useful for your final project for this course, and for research papers in other courses and areas.

FURTHER RESOURCES & MATERIALS:
UBC Early Romance Studies research cluster: online resources for Early Romance studies
For pre-1800 Romance languages, literatures, and culture; almost all are free and publicly-accessible, some (projects, usually) may require subscription.
• literature (including online texts)
• manuscript studies (and online manuscripts)
• cultural and contextual materials (history, art, music, science)

Meta-meta-medieval (O’Brien): material sources
Primary materials. Primarily, freely-available online texts, in the broadest sense of WRITTEN THINGS:
• documents, manuscripts, printed books, music, and images
• transcriptions, facsimiles, editions, and translations
• hyperprojects: digital humanities, electronic, hypertext projects; featuring encoded or marked-up text, relational or searchable databases, etc.
• digital catalogues (especially of manuscripts)

MMM: Medieval & Renaissance resources
Sites and meta-sites around the world providing FREE AND OPENLY/PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE online information about Medieval and Renaissance studies.

MMM: literature online
Mainly but not exclusively Medieval and Renaissance European.

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