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Medieval Studies / Old and Middle English   Tags: english, history, medieval, middle_ages, middle_english, old_english  

Primary and secondary resources for researching the Anglo-European lives, cultures, and literatures from approximately 450 - 1450 CE.
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Contact information

Richard Bleiler
Humanities Librarian
Homer Babbidge Library
369 Fairfield Way, Unit 2005RI
University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT 06269-2005
Voice: (860) 486-1246
FAX: (860) 486-6100


Advice for researchers

Research should not be frustrating.

  • Researchers should not hesitate to contact a subject liaison librarian if there are concerns or problemsContact information for the Medieval Studies Liaison Librarian is to the left.

Research often takes time.

Research is often best started with materials held by the UConn Libraries.

The "Strict Search" in the UConn Libraries' online catalog provides access to the collections of the 4 libraries on the Storrs campus and the libraries on the 5 regional campuses:  more than 2,000,000 books, CDs, DVDs, scores, maps, and playscripts.

Primo @ UConn searches the UConn Libraries' online catalog, the UConn Digital Repository, and the UConn Digital Collections, as well as the contents of many recent e-books, e-journals, databases, and the HathiTrust public domain material.

Research in Medieval Studies is interdisciplinary.

  • A full list of the hundreds of networked electronic resources available to University of Connecticut researchers is available from the Research Database Locator.

Research often locates materials not held in the UConn Libraries.


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