This course guide will help you locate primary and secondary sources for your research paper on a topic about Renaissance and/or Reformation Europe.
To locate primary source materials in the library catalogue, add sources, documents, diaries, or personal narratives or correspondence to other relevant search terms.
Rome Reborn: the Vatican Library & Renaissance Culture - images and text about humanism (part of a larger digital exhibition on the Renaissance). From the Library of Congress.
Music in the Renaissance - a digital exhibition, part of the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. From the MET.
Illuminating Fashion: Dress in the Art of Medieval France and the Netherlands - a digital exhibition which explores the evolution of courtly clothing from "Fashion Revolution" around 1330 to the flowering of the Renaissance in France in 1515. From the Morgan Library & Museum.
Italian Renaissance - a curated list of primary documents. Part of the Euro Docs collection from the Harold B. Library.
Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts - For a quick way to access these digitized documents go to the top of the page, choose Collection and from the drop down menu select, Medieval & Renaissance. From the Morgan Library & Museum.
History of Medieval and Renaissance Europe - a curated list of primary documents. Part of the Euro Docs collection from the Harold B. Library.
German History in Documents and Images - collection of primary sources documenting Germany's political, social, and cultural history from 1500 to the present. From the German Historical Institute.
Post-Reformation Digital Library - a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation. From the Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research.
Reformation Europe - a curated list of primary sources on the themes of the Protestant and Catholic Reformation, conflict and women and Reformation. From Fordham University.