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VARIOUS INFORMATION PAGES

  

A) Meta-Sites

A.1) Medieval Philosophy Specifically

A.2) Middle Ages in General

A.3) Humanities

B) Research Centers

C) Research Projects

D) Societies

A) META-SITES

A.1) MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY SPECIFICALLY

Islamic Philosophy Online: contains a Dictionary of Islamic Philosophy, resources on philosophers, online articles, news, etc.
Medieval Logic and Philosophy: P. V. Spade's pionneer site is unfortunately no longer updated since March 9, 2007. Still very useful though: contains a lot of different materials to download.
Menestrel: section "Philosophie Médiévale".
Nexus Interretiales: on E. Alarcon's site, "Corpus Thomisticum", mostly centered on Aquinas.
Philosophia Medii Aevi: directed by L. Sturlese, edited by I. Zavattero, a useful website of long standing that conveys a lot of information on publications, conferences, etc.

A.2) MIDDLE AGES IN GENERAL

Byzantium: Byzantine Studies on the Internet, by P. Halssal. 
CARMEN: Co-operative for the Advancement of Research through a Medieval European Network 
Canon law: the links page of the Stephan Kuttner Institute of Medieval Canon Law (Ludw.-Maxim. Univ., München).  
Inter Libros: an interactive research guide for classics and medieval studies research, created by Harvard University librarians.
Labyrinth: sponsored by Georgetown University; a bit uneven.
Mediaevum.de: a very comprehensive site.
The Medieval Science Page, by James McNelis, of Wilmington College, Ohio (last updated in 2008).
Medioevo Italiano: links, bibliographies, and discussion lists.
Menestrel: créé et maintenu par un réseau d'institutions françaises.
NetSerf: various ressources on many aspects of medieval civilization.
ORB (Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies): bibliographies, online articles, e-texts, teaching ressources, links, etc. Does not seem to be accessible at the present (Dec. 2017). The old site (pre-2004) can still be found here.
Reti Medievali: information, secondary litterature online, bibliographies, and many more...
Society for Late Antiquity: this is a permalink, but the site that it directs to, http://www.sc.edu/ltantsoc/, does not work at the present (Dec. 2017).
The Medieval Page:  Sources for Medieval Studies on the WWW, site created and maintained by Adrienne DeAngelis.
The WWW Virtual Library, History Index, Medieval Europe: maintained by The Michigan State University Graduate Student Medieval and Renaissance Consortium.

A.3) HUMANITIES

Electronic Resources for Classicists: a very comprehensive portal created by Maria C Pantelia (Univ. of California, Irvine).
Online Arabic Books or Downloadable Arabic Books: a useful page on the University of Georgia site.

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B) RESEARCH CENTERS

Albertus Magnus Institut, Bonn  
Centre De Wulf-Mansion, Université Catholique de Louvain.
Center for the History of Philosophy and Science, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles.
Center for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University.
Centre d'Histoire des Sciences et des Philosophies Arabes et Médiévales, Paris (CNRS/Paris VII/EPHE).
Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, CNRS/Université de Tours.
Centre d'Etude des Textes Médiévaux, université de Rennes 2.
Centre Jean Pépin, Paris (CNRS: "L'année philologique", "Histoire des Doctrines de l'Antiquité et Moyen-Age", "Philosophie arabe").
Centre Pierre Abélard, Université Paris IV - Sorbonne
Centro di Studi GRAL (GReco Arabo Latino) Incontro di culture, Università di Pisa.
Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca di Filosofia Medievale Carlon Giacon, Università di Padova.
De Wulf-Mansion Centre for Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy, Katoliek Universiteit Leuven.
Equipe de Recherches sur les Mystiques Rhénans (universités de Metz, Strasbourg, Bruxelles et Lyon).
Franciscan Institute, St Bonaventure University (USA).
Gramata: Groupe de Recherches Antiquité, Moyen-Age, Transmission Arabe (Université de Paris I)
History of Mind Research Unit, Helsinki.
Institut d'Etudes Médiévales, Université de Fribourg (Suisse)
Institut des Traditions Textuelles, Paris.
Institut für Cusanus-Forschung, Universität Trier.
Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montréal.
Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Durham University (UK).
Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds.
Laboratoire d'Etudes sur les Monothéismes, Paris (CNRS/EPHE/Sorbonne): entité regroupant le Centre d'Etudes des Religions du Livre, la Nouvelle Gallia Judaica et l'Institut d'Etudes Augustiniennes.
Lessico intellettuale europeo, Roma.
The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo.
The Medieval Institute, University of Notre-Dame.
Medieval Studies Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Mediävistisches Institut, Universität Freiburg
Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Toronto.
Raimundus-Lullus Institut, Universität Freiburg.
Saxo Institute - Department of Greek and Latin, University of Copenhagen.
Thomas-Institut der Universität zu Köln.
Thomas Instituut te Utrecht.
The Thomistic Institute, Warszawa.
The Warburg Institute

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C) RESEARCH PROJECTS

Aquinas and the Arabs (R. Taylor, Marquette Univ.)
Aristoteles Latinus: medieval translations of Aristotle, by the De Wulf-Mansion Center.
Averroes Edition: a project at the university of Cologne.
Conimbricenses: aims at providing a large collection of information, accurate entries, updated bibliographies, and direct links to the digital version of the most important documents related to the Jesuit college of Coimbra.
Glossae.net: aims at producing a full-text digital edition of the Glosa ordinaria to the Bible.
Greek into Arabic (philosophical concepts and linguistic bridges): this project, supported by the European Research Council, will produce the critical edition of the pseudo-Theology of Aristotle.
Henry of Ghent: critical edition of the Complete Works by the De Wulf-Mansion Center, KUL, and the Univ. of North Carolina.
Petrus Aureolus: edition project of his Scriptum, by an international team.
Petrus de Alvernia: critical editions of Peter’s two commentaries on Aristotle’s “Politics”.
Rational Sciences in Islam: Global project made up of three components: the Islamic Scientific Manuscripts Initiative (ISMI), the Post-classical Islamic Philosophy Database Initiative (PIPDI), and Scientific Traditions in Islamic Societies (STIS) project.
Research Group John Duns Scotus, founded by A. Vos, Utrecht.
Sophismata Project, université de Genève (A. de Libera).
Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus: critical editions of Greek translations of, and commentaries on, various works by Thomas Aquinas composed by Byzantine scholars and theologians between the late thirteenth and fifteenth centuries.


D) SOCIETIES

American Cusanus Society  
Commission on History of Science and Technology in Islamic Societies 
FIDEM (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Etudes Médiévales)  
International Boethius Society
International Society For Neoplatonic Studies
International Society for the History of Arabic and Islamic Science and Philosophy 
The Medieval Academy of America  
Meister-Eckhart-Gesellschaft 
Middle East Medievalists 
The Renaissance Society of America
SISMEL (Società Internazionale per lo Studio del Medioevo Latino)
SIEPM (Société Internationale pour l'Etude de la Philosophie Médiévale)
Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics: publishes online the proceedings of its meetings.
Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy

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