Online Medieval Sources Bibliography

An Annotated Bibliography of Printed and Online Primary Sources for the Middle Ages


The editors wish to acknowledge the on-going support of Fordham IT, particularly Andrew Angelopoulos, Alan Cafferkey, Fleur Eshghi, and Heather V. Hill, who were especially helpful in facilitating OMSB’s recent migration to Fordham’s Reclaim server.

Thanks to Jonathan Kay of Alchemy Computer Solutions for the behind-the-scenes magic of database design, technical support, and website hosting for the first 19 years of OMSB.

Special thanks to Esther Liberman Cuenca for her work in cleaning up the database and fixing entries in the Summers of 2012-2017; to Elizabeth Duchovni for checking and cleaning data (especially the ISBN numbers) in the Summers of 2018-2021; and to Alana Kilcoyne for producing a new design for OMSB in 2023.

We are grateful for the financial support of the Deans of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham (Dr. Nancy Busch and Dr Eva Badowska) during the early stages of the development of OMSB, when summer graduate assistantships provided crucial data entry work.  Warm thanks also to Jennifer Latham (past Director of Academic Programs for the GSAS), Vickie Kenny (past Sr Director/Finance & Admntration at GSAS), and Charles-Henri Sanson of Fordham IT for their support and technical help with the early stages of this project.

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