The titles listed in these boxes are books available in the Jessie C. Eury Library for your use. Some of these books may not be checked out of the library.
Most of the authors during Medieval times did not write in English, many however, wrote in Latin and some in Greek. It might be helpful to look at some language tools to garner a better idea of what is being said.
As opposed to general histories which put things in their historical (and typically chronological) context, dictionaries and encyclopedias on Medieval Christianity are useful for finding short, concise information on a given topic.
These books are useful for gaining some general information about Medieval Christianity. They will not, however, be able to go as indepth as books on your specific topic. Several of these books are required or recommended for your class.
Sometimes it can be helpful to read small selections from an author before diving into a single work of theirs. These readers can be helpful in doing just that. Remember, they are not exhaustive so if you are picking someone fairly unknown, they may not appear in these readers.