International Medieval Bibliography
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The International Medieval Bibliography was founded in 1967 with the support of the Medieval Academy of America, with the aim of providing a comprehensive, current bibliography of articles in journals and miscellany volumes (conference proceedings, essay collections or Festschriften) worldwide. Its editorial staff is based at the Institute for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds, and the project is supported by over 50 teams of contributors in Europe, North America, Australia and Japan.
The International Medieval Bibliography comprises 365,000 articles, all of which are fully classified by date, subject and location, and provide full bibliographical records.
The IMB offers an unparalleled tool for medievalists to identify the contents of current work published throughout Europe, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.
The discipline areas to which the IMB is relevant include Classics, English Language and Literature, History and Archaeology, Theology and Philosophy, Medieval European Languages and Literatures, Arabic and Islamic Studies, History of Education, Art History, Music, Theatre and Performance Arts, Rhetoric and Communication Studies.
- 365,000 unrivalled records of articles, review articles, scholarly notes and similar literature on all aspects of Medieval Studies.
- 10,000 new entries each year.
- Quarterly updates.
- A comprehensive cataloguing and indexing system, using familiar, multilingual terminology defined by professional medievalists for medievalists.
- 120,000 index terms, classified into six types (subjects, persons, texts, places, manuscripts, etc.).
- Worldwide network of fifty teams to ensure regular coverage of 4,500 periodicals and a total of over 5,000 miscellany volumes (conference proceedings, essay collections, Festschriften and exhibition catalogues).
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