Walter Simons
 
 
I am a historian of the Middle Ages. In my research, I examine how religious movements of the era relate to changes in the social and cultural environment, with special attention to the beguines and beghards, the Mendicant orders, and the regular canons. I also work on the history of the Low Countries, urban history, gender, mysticism, and historical methodology. My non-professional interests are in the history of late medieval and renaissance art, the two world wars, and modern fiction literature (American, British, Flemish/Dutch, French).
For my vita and main publications, see here; for my courses at Dartmouth College, see here. I write for the Dartmouth history blog “At This Point.”Curriculum%20Vitae.htmlhttp://www.dartmouth.edu/~history/faculty/simons.htmlhttp://www.atthispoint.org/shapeimage_3_link_0shapeimage_3_link_1shapeimage_3_link_2
Links for the Study of Medieval History
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Christian “Classics” Ethereal Library
Early Medieval Forum
Guide to Resources for the History of the Central and Late Middle Ages, by Suzanna Simor, Queens College
Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
Latin Vulgate and English “Douay-Rheims”versions of the Bible
Thomas Aquinas, Latinhttp://www.ccel.org/http://www.tcnj.edu/~chazelle/emf.htmlhttp://ica.princeton.edu/reference/simor.htmhttp://www8.georgetown.edu/departments/medieval/labyrinth/http://www.drbo.org/lvb/index.htmhttp://www.corpusthomisticum.org/iopera.htmlshapeimage_9_link_0shapeimage_9_link_1shapeimage_9_link_2shapeimage_9_link_3shapeimage_9_link_4shapeimage_9_link_5