Resources

Below are a number of resources that I have available to me in order to facilitate the editorial process.

DATABASES

  • Acta Sanctorum
  • BREPOLiS, including In Principio, International Medieval Bibliography, Library of Latin Texts (Series A and B), International Encyclopedia for the Middle Ages, and the online Monumenta Germaniae Historica
  • Dictionary of Old English and Dictionary of Old English Corpus
  • Early English Books Online
  • Early English Prose Fiction
  • Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance
  • JSTOR
  • Medieval Travel Writing
  • Middle English Compendium
  • Oxford Biographies
  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • Oxford English Dictionary
  • Oxford Islamic Studies Online
  • Patrologia Latina
  • Project Muse
  • ProQuest dissertations and theses
  • Repère
  • Women's Studies International

STYLE GUIDES AND DICTIONARIES

  • The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edn [CMS]
  • Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 11th edn
  • Modern Humanities Research Association Style Guide, 2nd edn [MHRA]
  • Modern Language Association Style Guide, 3rd edn [MLA]
  • Oxford English Dictionary (online)
  • Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edn [APA]

PROGRAMS

  • Adobe Acrobat X Pro
  • Adobe Creative Suite 5
  • Apple iWork 2009, including Keynote, Numbers, and Pages
  • BooksoniX (publishing software)
  • Filezilla
  • Microsoft Office 2007 (for PC), including Excel, Powerpoint, and Word
  • Microsoft Office for Mac 2016 and 2011 (and 2004, if necessary), including Excel, Powerpoint, and Word
  • Zeno Productie (Dutch publishing software)
  • Verba for Mac (searchable program of Lewis and Short's A Latin Dictionary)