Primary Sources (provided on Blackboard):

“The Report of the Paris Medical Faculty.” 1348.

Ibn Al-Wardi, “An Essay on the Report of the Pestilence.” 1348.

Secondary Sources (you can find all these sources through LaGuardia’s Library website or on Blackboard, the database used is listed in parentheses)

(Database: Kanopy) Armstrong, Dorsey. Europe on the Brink of the Black Death: Episode 1. The Great Courses: The Black Death. 2016.

(Opensource textbook on Blackboard) Berger et al. World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500.Dahlonega, GA: University of North Georgia Press, Creative Commons (

(Database: JSTOR) Cohn, Jr., Samuel K. “The Black Death: End of a Paradigm.” The American Historical Review, vol. 107, no. 3, 2002, pp. 703–738.

(Database: JSTOR) Davis, David E. “The Scarcity of Rats and the Black Death: An Ecological History.” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 16, no. 3, 1986, pp. 455–470.

(Database: JSTOR) Mengel, David C. “A PLAGUE ON BOHEMIA? MAPPING THE BLACK DEATH.” Past & Present, no. 211, 2011, pp. 3–34.

(Database: JSTOR) Theilmann, John, and Frances Cate. “A Plague of Plagues: The Problem of Plague Diagnosis in Medieval England.” The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 37, no. 3, 2007, pp. 371–393.

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