IMB (International Medieval Bibliography)
- Link to IMB on Brepolis - University username and password required
Medieval studies. IMB is relevant to the following disciplines:
- Arabic and Islamic studies
- art history
- English language and literature
- history and archaeology
- history of education
- medieval European languages and literatures
- rhetoric and communication studies
- theatre and performance arts
- theology and philosophy
Gives references to journal articles, conference proceedings, essay collections or Festschriften.
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