Field-Of-Study: Medieval History

Constance Brittain Bouchard

Constance Brittain Bouchard is a medieval historian, specializing in the history of France from the sixth through the thirteenth century. Her chief interest is the relationship between the church and secular society in Burgundy. She is currently Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Akron, where she has taught since 1990. She received her

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Brigitte Bedos-Rezak

French-born Brigitte Miriam Bedos-Rezak is a Professor of History at New York University, specializing in the history of medieval northern France.  Educated at the Ecole nationale des chartes and the Sorbonne Paris IV,  she received her Ph.D. in 1977.  For the next three years, she was the curator and head of the Seal Department at the

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Marvin B. Becker

An internationally respected authority on Medieval and Renaissance history, especially the history of Italy, Marvin B. Becker authored many influential articles and monographs during his decades-long career, among them the two-volume study Florence in Transition (Johns Hopkins UP, 1967) and Medieval Italy: Constraints and Creativity (1981), Civility and Society in Western Europe, 1300–1600 (1988), and

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Warren O. Ault

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1926–27: Ault, Warren Ortman: Appointed for researches in to the origin of the Tudor parish as an institution of local government in England; tenure, eight months (in England) from February 1, 1927. Born January 8, 1987, Lenexa, Kansas. Education: Baker University, A.B., 1907; Oxford University as a Rhodes

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