Website On Religion - Topic: Christianity -- Middle ages - 47 results
"The Franciscan Archive is a WWW site dedicated to all things Fransican. It both maintains an index of all URLs currently active, which in any way pertain to St. Francis, the religious orders he founded, Franciscan Saints, Spirituality, History, Art, Architecture, Theology, etc., and it provides a place for the publication of original texts, translations, and articles on Franciscanism."
This site describes the Harley L. McDevitt Collection on the Spanish Inquisition at the University of Notre Dame.
"The Institute for Medieval Studies houses research and teaching, the International Medieval Bibliography - the world's leading interdisciplinary bibliography of the Middle Ages, and the annual International Medieval Congress. Today, the University contains one of the largest communities of medievalists in the UK. Leeds also has a strong tradition of interdisciplinary research, and is an active member of the World Universities Network. Backed by an outstanding library, its core staff and a University-wide body of medievalists that contributes teaching and supervision, the Institute provides courses of study, training in research skills, access to medieval language-learning and work-experience, and support for medievalists worldwide."
"Lollardy, or Wycliffism, was England's only native medieval heresy. The movement originated in the 1370s or early 1380s in Oxford with the followers of John Wyclif (d. 1384). The purpose of this website, and our society, is to provide a forum for those interested in the study of Lollardy and the religious culture of the later Middle Ages in England. We hope to be accessible to all levels of academic interest."
"The Medieval Academy is the oldest and largest association of medievalists in North America. Everyone interested in the Middle Ages is welcome to join."