Students

Current Students

Luke Bretscher; class of 2015

Monica Clodius; class of 2015

Rakhee Jain; class of 2016

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2014

Nicholas Lurquin; BA paper. "The Legend of the Warrior Queen: Aethelflaed and Her Legacy."

Alexandra Peters (double majoring in History and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), "Evolution through Edits, Erasures, and Emendations: Alfonso X, the Estoria de Espanna Manuscripts and the Creation of a Political Ideology in Thirteenth-Century Castile-León."

Philip Yaure (majoring in Philosophy and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), "Visualizing a Vision: On Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Depictions of the Stigmatization of St. Francis."

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2013

Eleanor Shoshaney Anderson (majoring in Statistics and Medieval Studies); BA paper, "Suger's St. Denis and the French Monarchy in Text and Stone"

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2012

Jake Ransohoff (double majoring in History and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), "From Bulgarian Prince to Byzantine Proedros: Samuil Alousianos, the Alousianos Family, and the Anatomy of Bulgarian Assimilation in Eleventh Century Byzantium (c. 1019-1081)"

Blair Thornburgh, BA paper (with Honors), "Translatio amoris: The Romanticization of the Aeneid in 12th Century France"

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2010

Takeha Harrison (double majoring in History and Medieval Studies); BA Paper, "The Early Crusades and the Byzantine Empire"

Sarah Reeser (double majoring in History and Medieval Studies); BA Paper, "In the Image of Saint James: Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era"

Aaron J. Vanides (double majoring in Germanic Studies and Medieval Studies); BA Paper, "On Sheep, Tides, and Dispositions: Lucas Debes and the (Con)Texts of Early Northern European Ethnographic Writing"

Graduated Summer Quarter, 2009

Abby Kraft; BA Paper, "The Apocalypse in the 12th-Century Renaissance."

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2009

Jennifer Kennedy (double majoring in English and Medieval Studies); BA Paper (with Honors), "'Robin Is to the Greenwood Gone': The Alternative Space of the Forest in the Medieval Robin Hood Ballads."

Jason Ralph (double majoring in Religious Studies and Medieval Studies); BA Paper (with Honors), "Driven Up by the Spirit of Devotion and Grace: The Varieties of Religious Experience in the Sister-books of Engelthal, Unterlinden, and Töss."

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2006

Caitlin Doughty, BA Paper, "In Our Image: The Suppression of Demonic Births In Late Medieval Witchcraft Theory"

Tim Fisk, BA Paper, "Sagas and Scholars: A Comparison of Byzantine and Scandinavian Versions of King Harald III of Norway's Career in the Varangian Guard."

Miriam Mayburd (double majoring in Comparative Literature and Medieval Studies); BA Paper (with Honors), "Changing the World through Performance: Contextualizing Skaldic and Minnesinger Poetry through the Works of Egil Skallagrimsson and Walther von der Vogelweide."

Rue Toland (double majoring in Classics and Medieval Studies); BA Paper (with Honors), "Willful Misperception and the Axiom of Inferiority: The Relationship between Theory and Practice in Tenth-Century Byzantine-Arab Diplomacy."

Sarah Waite (double majoring in Religious Studies and Medieval Studies); BA Paper, " A Womanish Age: The Relation between Visions and Authority in the Life of Hildegard of Bingen."

Graduated Summer Quarter, 2005

Sam Goldfarb, BA Paper, "King Cnut and the making of England, Denmark, and Norway."

Graduated Spring Quarter, 2005

Kevin Dean, BA Paper (with Honors), “The Devil’s Invention: Re-examining the Technological Capabilities and Tactical Use of Infantry Firearms in Sixteenth-Century Battlefield Warfare”

Tyler Griffith (double majoring in Classics and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), The Newberry Codex of the Third Decade of Livy: Textual Origins, Palaeographical Context, and Social Logic.” Next year Tyler will be studying at the Warburg Institute.

Kate Nelson (double majoring in English and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), “The Function of Narrative Voice in Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women”

Jonah Sutton Morse (double majoring in Comparative Literature and Medieval Studies); BA paper (with Honors), “’Quin enim Hineldus cum Christo?’ The Merging of Pre-Christian Heroes and Christian History in Anglo-Saxon England.”