"Imagining the Past" is a web portal dedicated to Medieval and Early-Modern research. Originally developed in conjunction with classes taught at Vanderbilt University, the portal is expandable and can accommodate any sustainable, theme-based projects in earlier periods. To add your work to our site, contact Holly Tucker or Lynn Ramey at Vanderbilt University.
|This is a course-based, crowd-sourced site that explores conflict between East and West from the eleventh to the fourteenth centuries. Through study of the literature, history and culture of France during this period, this collection of sites helps contextualize and highlight the importance of conflict in the founding of the French nation and its cultural production, past and present.||Poverty, Prostitution, Witchcraft, and Midwifery in Seventeenth-Century France||Learn about Fertility & Birth Control, Witchcraft & Medicine, and Poison in Early Europe.|