As a student, I have a lot of notes and intellectual clutter (though, the word “intellectual” may be a bit too generous…). So, I find it easier to make various journals associated with the topic at hand; ranging from languages to literature, these journals are little different from the informal journals you yourself likely had at one time or another. If you have the curious desire to see my own weirdly articulated thoughts, read below.


Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern

 

Malory Journal (Medieval Author)

John Milton Journal (Renaissance Author)

 

Language Learning

Latin Journal (Classical)


 

Historical Notes: Great Courses Lectures

King Arthur: History and Legend (Review); Notes: Click Here (22 posts)

The Life and Writings of Geoffrey Chaucer (Review); Notes: Click Here (8 posts)

The Early Middle Ages (Review); Notes: Click Here (25 posts)

Reason and Faith: Philosophy in the Middle Ages (Review); Notes: Click Here (25 posts)