Madonna 'M' Logo: Small
Madonna University Logo: Medium-size
Madonna University Logo: Our Degrees Change Lives
Madonna University Logo: Our Degrees Change Lives
My Portal

HIS 2450: Medieval World
Updated by Lijun Xue 6/2016


The following Journals are recommended:

Print/Electronic Journals:

Most of the commonly cited journals in history are available both in print at Madonna Library and online from various databases the library subscribes. To access full-text electronic journals, click on Journals from library home page and search by journal title, or browse titles under subject of "History & Anthropology", you will find "General History" and "Regions & Countries" with various numbers of titles. The following lists are some of the examples:

  • Journal of world history (Electronic | Print)
  • The Journal of medieval and Renaissance studies (Electronic | Print)
  • Journal of medieval and early modern studies (Electronic | Print)
  • Journal of medieval history ( Print)
  • Journal of the history of ideas (Electronic | Print)
  • Journal of the history of philosophy (Electronic | Print)
  • The Historian; a journal of history (Electronic | Print)
  • Journal of the early Republic (Electronic | Print)
  • The Journal of interdisciplinary history (Electronic | Print)
  • Social science history (Electronic | Print)
  • The Journal of economic history (Electronic | Print)

The following Books are recommended:

We have a large collection of electronic books available from Ebrary and Gale Virtual Reference.  To search for ebooks in these databases, put your topic as a key word in the search box, you will get a list of the results. The followings are some ebooks related to Medieval World:


The following Websites are available:

 Get Help

Research Assistance

Need help with your research project? You can contact a librarian for assistance at the Reference Desk - (734) 432-5767.  Or send an email to the Ask a Librarian reference service.

Want to schedule an individual session with a librarian?  Click here on the Schedule a Session with a Librarian link and fill out the online form.  Or drop-in at one of the many Library Walk-in Research Clinics scheduled throughout the term.

Need to find articles that aren't available online full-text or in hard copy in the Library's collection?  Or need to locate a book that the Library doesn't own?  Try the Library's Interlibrary Loan Service and request your items by filling out and submitting the appropriate online form.

Citation Guides

Today's Hours: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Circulation Desk: 734-432-5703