Links

Some of my favourite history bloggers:

http://practitioners.exeter.ac.uk – homepage of the ‘Practitioners in Early Modern England, Wales and Ireland, c. 1500 – c. 1715’ project at the University of Exeter, upon which I’m a research fellow.

http://recipes.hypotheses.org – early modern recipes and remedies in all their glory.

http://earlymodernjohn.wordpress.com/ – Posts about early modern history in all its guises. Really interesting and always entertaining.

http://jgburdette.wordpress.com/ – Really enjoy this blog with posts on a wide variety of subjects by J.G. Burdette

http://crookebook.wordpress.com/ – Jillian Linster’s blog, with great articles on early modern medical literature.

http://notchesblog.com – An excellent blog about the history of sexuality, run by Dr Justin Bengry and Dr Katherine Harvey

http://thonyc.wordpress.com/ – excellent blog on the history of science and medicine with fantastic sources and articles.

http://libraryblog.wellcome.ac.uk/libraryblog/ – blog of the wonderful Wellcome library in London.

http://thebroadside.org/ – Sharon Howard’s blog on all things early modern. Check out her links to early modern resources online.

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