This site is currently under development. It seeks to address the volume’s erasures of the foundational work of scholars of color in our field, without which the conversations Whose Middle Ages? takes up could not have been pursued. Though these erasures cannot be recuperated, we hope this site draws attention to them in ways that elevate the voices of those whom the volume erased. To this end, the site will provide a snapshot of resources available to teachers and researchers interested in helping undo the inequities that characterize this book, the field of Medieval Studies, and academia at large. While this site is not an authoritative resource, we hope the links to other websites and resources offer a springboard for more searching and thorough engagement with these necessary conversations.

A previous version of this site failed to address these issues appropriately, and the current site does not yet meet the goals we’ve set for it. We welcome all feedback.