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IMB (International Medieval Bibliography) – University of Reading

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IMB (International Medieval Bibliography)

Scope

Medieval studies. IMB is relevant to the following disciplines:

  • Arabic and Islamic studies
  • art history
  • Classics
  • English language and literature
  • history and archaeology
  • history of education
  • medieval European languages and literatures
  • music
  • rhetoric and communication studies
  • theatre and performance arts
  • theology and philosophy

Gives references to journal articles, conference proceedings, essay collections or Festschriften.

Covers 1967-

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EndNote info

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