Browse Month: October 2011

Keeping Up with Digital Resources in Medieval Studies

The Latin Works of John Wyclif (
is an online resource developed by Dr. Patrick Hornbeck
and his colleagues.

Fordham’s Center for Medieval Studies will host a workshop on Keeping Up with Digital Resources in Medieval Studies on Wednesday, October 26, 1-2 pm, at Fordham’s Rose Hill/Bronx campus, in Faculty Memorial Hall, Room 215.

The Medieval Studies digital resources pioneered by Dr. Maryanne Kowaleski, Joseph Fitzpatrick SJ Distinguished Professor and Director of Medieval Studies, and other faculty and graduate students affiliated with Fordham’s Center for Medieval Studies, are among the richest online humanities resources at the University. The oldest of these sites, the Internet History Sourcebooks, at one time accounted for more than three-quarters of all visits to Fordham’s domain and the site still accounts for nearly half of all hits.

Join Dr. Kowaleski and colleagues Dr. Nina Rowe, Associate Professor of Art History, and Dr. Patrick Hornbeck, Assistant Professor of Theology and Medieval Studies, for a series of presentations digital tools for Medieval Studies. Dr. Kowaleski will present new developments with the Online Medieval Sources Bibliography, Dr. Rowe will talk about ARTstor for non-art historians and Dr. Hornbeck will present his recently re-designed web-based resource, The Latin Works of John Wyclif.

Faculty Memorial Hall is located at Belmont Avenue and East Fordham Road (see map).

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