This page offers a collection of links to projects, blogs, and other online resources that are relevant to 'Crossroads' and/or are sites that I follow since they are more generally related to the history of health and medicine, early medieval history, manuscript studies, the global middle ages, interdisciplinary research, and so on… I've grouped them in loose categories by topic but there is definitely some overlap between them. It should also be noted that I've included some blogs/projects that have now ended; although they might be inactive, I've decided to list them here since I still find them to be valuable resources.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions for other sites I should add!
Manuscript studies / palaeography / codicology / libraries / texts
Medieval manuscripts blog - British Library
Teaching the Codex - Oxford
medievalbooks - Erik Kwakkel
Mapping Manuscript Migrations - the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, Bodleian Libraries, and Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes
Bibliotheca Laureshamensis - Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg and Kloster Lorsch
Homo Modernus - Evina Steinová
Fragmentarium - University of Fribourg
Teaching Manuscripts - Sara Charles
MeMo - Memory of Montecassino: Uncovering history through libraries
Earlier Latin Manuscripts - Tools for studying the scripts of the oldest Latin manuscripts
History of medicine / health / recipes
The Recipes Project - large editorial team & many different contributors
concoctinghistory - Laurence Totelin
Early Modern Medicine - Jennifer Evans and Sara Read
Early modern medicine and the body - Alun Withey
CoReMa (Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages) - Bruno Laurioux, Helmut W. Klug, et al.
EMROC (Early Modern Recipes Online Collective) - see site for details of steering committee, members, etc.
Word Doctors: Resources in Ancient Medicine - Brent Arehart
Medieval Disability Glossary - Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages
The Rootcutter - blog from the Society for Ancient Medicine and Pharmacology
MPS - Repository (Medieval Plant Survey) - Helmut W. Klug and team