The British Museum
The British Museum | Jun 15, 2021The British Museum opened its doors in 1759. The museum is driven by an insatiable curiosity for the world, a deep belief in objects as reliable witne...
Internet History Sourcebooks - Byzantium
The Fordham University History Department and the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies | Jun 15, 2021This site provides access to an extensive collection of online resources on Byzantine history, including readings, material culture, and teacher resources.
Merle Eisenberg, University of Maryland; Lee Mordechai, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | May 4, 2021The Infectious Historians website features a podcast and blog. Created by historians of disease, the environment, and medieval history, the site aims ...
World Digital Library
The Library of Congress with the support of UNESCO | Apr 26, 2021The resource offers access to more than 19,000 items related to 193 countries from 8000 BCE to 2000, sourced from museums and libraries around the world.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Apr 6, 2021The resource collects, studies, conserves, and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures.
Eurodocs, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University; European History Primary Sources, European University Institute | Feb 5, 2021The resource includes textual and visual sources, as well as objects.
Reading Like a Historian
Stanford History Group | Jan 22, 2021The resource offers a free, downloadable curriculum which engages World History and US History students in historical inquiry.
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
David Rumsey | Jan 18, 2021This resource is composed of 16th through 21st century historical maps.
Teaching Medieval Slavery and Captivity
Public History Endowment of the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies, Arizona State University | Dec 6, 2020The website provides resources for teachers who want to address the global history of slavery and captivity during the medieval period,