Project Status: Ongoing

An online bibliography and collection of resources for the study of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (400-1700) sponsored by a non-for-profit partnership. Most content available by subscription.¬†Includes 5 bibliographies, such as the Iter bibliography (with over 1.6 million citations to secondary sources) and Iter Italicum (a list of humanistic manuscripts), 6 journals (all of which are associated with one of the partners), and a number of full text books and journals including Renaissance and Reformation; Early Theatre; Early Modern Women; Quaderni d’italianistica; Confraternitas; REED Newsletter; and Aestimatio, as well as the International Directory of Scholars (no updates after 2010). Subscriptionsl vary by institution.¬† The partners are:

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State Univesity ; Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto; Faculty of Information, University of Toronto; Renaissance Society of America; Sixteenth Century Society and Conference; University of Toronto Libraries