Secondary Sources: Books
- Start in Primo to find books that provide an overview to your specific topic. Sample keywords include: gothic, architecture, medieval, medicine, etc. Once you find an item that relates to your topic, determine if the book record contains other keywords or subjects that you did not think of the first time around.
Secondary Sources: Articles
- Historical Abstracts
- World history from 1450 to the present. This is an index, which points to full text in JSTOR and PAO
- Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
- An index which points to full text in JSTOR and PAO
- also indexes books and book chapters
- A broad full text database of ejournal content
- Use this to search the full text of all articles (but be aware that the result list can be quite large)
- MLA International Bibliography
- An index; helpful for reviews about the Harry Potter books themselves, and other derivatives
- also indexes books
- Periodicals Archive Online (PAO)
- A broad full text database of ejournal content.
Many primary sources are published in books (including source books or readers). This link will take you to a list of some primary sources about the medieval period. The Library also subscribes to a number of resources that contain digitized primary source materials
The Laurier Archives also has a limited number of medieval manuscripts that you can take a look at.