Monastic and Medieval Digital Collections
Explore digital versions of monastic and medieval documents, manuscripts and more.
This digital collection includes antiphonary, glossed Bible pages, a legal scroll and many other unique materials. Originals are housed in the Zhang Legacy Collection Center.
Aelfric of Eynsham was an English abbot. This digital collection contains homilies written by him, including WMU’s copy of “A Testimonie of Antiqvities,” dated 1566.
This project, which includes two Cabeza de Vaca transcriptions of 16th century manuscripts at the Early Americas Digital Archive, was a collaborative grant project with WMU’s Spanish Department.
Written by Chrysogonus Waddell, a monk and scholar, this series includes the study of a 12th- century Cistercian hymnal and other Cistercian liturgical practices.
This collection provides digital access to important and hard-to-find works on the Cistercian Order including bibliographies and dictionaries.
Published from 1966 to 2003, Liturgy O.C.S.O. was a journal that grew out of the need for the Liturgy Commission of the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Order (OCSO) to keep one another informed of their research and progress in the liturgical renewal.
This archive contains PDFs of the printed programs from the International Congress on Medieval Studies held at Western Michigan University, dating back to 1962.
This list includes links to schedules for the International Congress on Medieval Studies from 2012 to the present.
This collection includes publications from faculty and staff affiliated with the Medieval Institute.