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    Phone: (262) 472-5148
    Location: Laurentide 5223

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    Resources for Research: European History

    EURODOCS: Primary Historical Documents from Western Europe
    Links to hundreds of documents related to Western European history since Medieval era;  particularly good source for church-religious documents; European-wide treaties and organizations and country-by-country documentary sources organized chronologically

    ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL
    Recommended by Dr. Jennifer Thibodeaux, History Department , UW-Whitewater

    Medieval Internet Sourcebook
    Primary sources covering a wide range of historical eras, places and topics; including Ancient Rome, Islam, the Crusades, economic life, the Renaissance and the Reformation

    Ancient Internet Sourcebook
    Primary sources covering a wide range of historical eras and topics; including ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, the Hellenistic world, Christian origins

    Diotima
    Women and Gender in the Ancient World; good collection of images

    Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
    Primary sources searchable by a wide range of political, social and economic topics; also searchable by type of materials or sources (textual, visual, maps, glossaries, course materials) 

    Online Reference book for Medieval Studies
    Contains links to teaching materials, sources on dress, jewelry, arms and armor, illumination and other topics

    RUSSIAN/SOVIET HISTORY
    Recommended by Dr. Elizabeth Hachten, History Department, UW-Whitewater

    Seventeen Moments in Soviet History
    Much bigger and better than it sounds; mix of historical essays and diverse primary sources.  Non-commercial but requires registration.

    The Empire that Was Russia: The Prokudin-Gorskii Photographic Record Recreated

    Russian History Websites on the alexanderpalace.org server
    Particularly recommend the Alexander Palace Time Machine

    "Meeting of Frontiers" (A LOC site – Russian and American frontiers compared)

    BRITISH HISTORY
    Recommended by Dr.James Jaffe, History Department, UW-Whitewater

    National Archives of the United Kingdom
    Links to records of the United Kingdom government "from the Doomsday Book to the present"

    British History On-Line
    Digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles. Created by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust

    A Vision of Britain Through Time
    Provides a window into the Great Britain Historical "Geographical Information System". The GB Historical GIS is a description of Britain and its localities, showing how they have changed through the centuries. The Vision of Britain site is designed primarily as a public resource for people interested mainly in local history, but the GB Historical GIS is also used for research projects into national topics like the origins of the north-south divide; the geography of infant mortality in the inter-war period, and its relationship with unemployment; and long-run trends in land use.

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