Resources, Open Access, Varia

  • Don’t just Google, but use BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine) and find academic Open Access content: http://www.base-search.net/

Resources for the Study of Medieval (Dutch) Literature, History, and Culture:

Open Access journals (mainly with a focus on Medieval Studies, Dutch Studies, or Digital Humanities):

Digital Humanities:

Eschatology:

  • Very interesting blog from the historian James Palmer, not only about the Apocalypse: https://merovingianworld.wordpress.com/
  • International Consortium for Research in the Humanities “Fate, Freedom and Prognostication” at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg: http://www.ikgf.fau.de/
  • Website dedicated to historic graveyards, also announcing several activities related to death in culture and history: http://friedhofsfreunde.blogspot.be/
  • Comprehensive on-line collection of over 100 visions, tours and descriptions of the infernal otherworld from the cultures of the world: http://www.hell-on-line.org/index.html
  • Medieval Memoria Online (MeMo) (inventories and descriptions of objects and texts that had a function in the commemoration of the dead in the area that is currently the Netherlands, until 1580): https://memo.sites.uu.nl/

Varia:

 Some tools I like:

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