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Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Finding Articles

A Guide to Research in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

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Some Important Medieval & Renaissance Studies English-langage Journals

Contributions of the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Early Medieval Europe

Exemplaria

Fifteenth Century Studies

I Tatti Studies

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Journal of Medieval History

Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association

Mediaeval Studies

Mediaevalia

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Medieval Prosopography

Medievalia et Humanistica

Medioevo

Medium Aevum

Recent Literature of the Renaissance

Renaissance and Reformation

Renaissance Drama

Renaissance Quarterly

Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies

Sixteenth Century Journal

Speculum

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History

Traditio

Viator

Finding Articles

The most important indices to periodical literature in Medieval and Renaissance Studies are the International Medieval Bibliography and Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. (See below.) But all of the following indices can be helpful for a variety of topics.

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