Bloomsbury Medieval Studies provides a range of exclusive and specially-commissioned pedagogical resources that introduce students to key subject areas, support instructors in their teaching and serve as jumping-off points for further research.
PRIMARY SOURCE COMENTARY ARTICLES
Written and peer-reviewed by major scholars, this growing series of primary source commentary articles are designed to bridge the gap between primary and secondary content in order to introduce students to the platform’s medieval manuscripts, maps and incunabula.
Articles include :firstname.lastname@example.org.
Providing inspiration to bolster courses, our lesson plans help to support teaching and individual learning using the vast array of material that is available on Bloomsbury Medieval Studies. With links to additional reading, discussion topics, and homework assignments, the following plans can also be seen as navigational tools to assist users make the most of the variety of content available on the site.
Lesson Plans include :email@example.com.
Our goal is to provide solutions to support digital learning, teaching, and research across a variety of disciplines. Subject Guides provide instructors, students, and librarians with a simple shortcut to help them find the material they need across a number of topics. Links can easily be added to a course syllabus or reading list. Explore these gateways for discovery and deepen the research experience with our resources.
Download PDF versions of the Subject Guides by clicking on the links below.
Illness and Injury
Magic and Witchcraft