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Medieval & Renaissance Studies: Welcome

This guide consists of a listing of materials available either in The St. Scholastica Library or available through The St. Scholastica Library for students taking classes in our Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor.

A Perfect Duluth Day

Hunters in the Snow“Hunters in the Snow.” Oil. Pieter Brueghel the Elder, (1525-1569).

Image from Art Museum Image Gallery.

You know you want to ...

Be honest. If you are reading this as opposed to doing what you should be doing, then the answer is yes, you do want to be Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor at The College of St. Scholastica. Contact Dr.William Hodapp for more information.


This guide consists of relevant materials in both print and electronic format available in or through the CSS Library. Use it as a starting point for your research.

This guide was compiled by Todd White, Reference Librarian at The College of St. Scholastica. Mr. White also teaches, along with Dr. William Hodapp & Ms. Meridith Schifsky, The Book in the 15th Century, an Honors class that offers students a hands-on experience in learning about, and creating, books as they were 500 years ago.

If you have questions, please use my contact information in the right-hand column.

Todd White
CSS Reference Librarian

Back in the day ...

Back in the day ... II

Portrait of a Librarian as a young man

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Todd White