Katherine Ludwig Jansen

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Katherine Ludwig Jansen

Catholic University of America

Department of History

Washington, D.C. 20064

(202) 319-5484


Academic & Administrative Appointments:

Visiting Professor, Princeton University, 2010-2011

Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2008 and Fall 2004
Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of History, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 2000-present.
Acting Director, Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies, Fall 2008

The Catholic University of America

Acting Chair, Dept. Department of History, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., Fall 2005
Assistant Professor, Department of History, The Catholic University of America,

Washington, D.C., 1995-2000.

Assistant in Instruction, Department of History, Princeton University, 1990-91.
Studium, Congregazione per le cause dei santi (auditrice straordinaria), 2006
Princeton University: Ph.D. in History, 1995 (Davis Prize for History Dissertation).
Princeton University: M.A. in History, 1990.
New York University: B.A. in History (summa cum laude), 1988.

Scuola Vaticana di Paleografia, Diplomatica e Archivistica, 1992-93.

The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Later Middle Ages (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000) [Russian translation: Mockba, 2007]
Medieval Italy: Texts in Translation, a co-edited volume of sources in translation with Frances Andrews and Joanna Drell (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009)

Charisma and Religious Authority: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Preaching, 1200-1500, a co-edited volume with Miri Rubin (Turnholt: Brepols, forthcoming, 2010)
Practicing Peace in late medieval Italy (manuscript in progress)

"Mary Magdalen and the Mendicants in late Medieval Italy,"

William Jordan, advisor (Department of History, Davis Prize for Dissertation, Princeton University, 1996)

Awards and Honors:
! The Making of the Magdalen selected for the ACLS History e-book project, 2007
!John Gilmary Shea Book Prize, Catholic Historical Association, 2002
!Phi Alpha Theta Award for Best First Book in the Field of History, 2001
! The Making of the Magdalen chosen as “Le choix des Annales,” Annales: Histoire, Sciences Sociales July-August (2000).
! Princeton University Davis Prize for History dissertation, 1996
! Summa cum laude, 1988
! Phi Beta Kappa, New York University, 1987
! Phi Alpha Theta, New York University, 1987

Grants and Fellowships:
! Invited Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2008-2009 (declined)
!ACLS Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies, 2006-07
!Fulbright Fellowship for Italy, Su. 2007
!National Humanities Center Fellowship, 2006-07 (declined)
!Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence Italy, 2002-03
! Membership, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, 2002-03 (declined)
! British Academy International Joint Activities Grant, 2002-2004 for collaborative project with Miri Rubin, Professor of Early Modern History, University of London
! National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers, 1999-

! CUA Faculty Grant-in-Aid, 2004-08, 2000-01, 1998, 1996

! Rome Prize, American Academy in Rome, 1994-95
! Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Research Grant, 1994
! Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 1993-94
! American Historical Association, Bernadotte E. Schmitt Research Grant, 1993
! Harold W. Dodds Honorific Fellowship, Princeton University, 1992-93
! Fulbright-Hays Fellowship (Rome), 1991-92
! Rollins Prize, Princeton University, 1990-91
! Davis Prize, Princeton University, 1988-90
! University Fellowship, Princeton University, 1988-91
! Committee for Italian Studies Grant, Princeton University, 1993, 1992, 1991
! Committee on Regional Studies Grant, Princeton University, 1993, 1991
! Group for the Study of Late Antiquity Research Grant, Princeton University, 1991, 1990
! APGA Research Grant, Princeton University, 1990
! Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Summer Fellowship, Latin Paleography, 1989
“Preaching as Playwriting: A Semi-Dramatic Sermon of the Fifteeenth Century” in Defenders and Critics of Franciscan Life: Essays in Honor of John V. Fleming, ed. Michael Custato and Guy Geltner (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 237-247.
“La pace nel popolo del duecento a Firenze,” in La pace e la guerra nella Toscana medioevale e rinascimentale (Florence, forthcoming)
“Miraculous Crucifixes in Late Medieval Italy,” in Signs, Wonders, Miracles: Representations of Divine Power in the Life of the Church [Papers read at the 2003 Summer Meeting and the 2004 Winter meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society] Studies in Church History vol. 41 (2005): 203-227.
“Florentine Peacemaking: the Oltrarno, 1287-1297,”in Pope, Church and City: Essays in Honor of Brenda Bolton (Leiden: Brill, 2004), 327-344.
“Mary Magdalen as Model for Uncloistered Religious Women of Late Medieval Italy,” in Donne tra medioevo ed età moderna in Italia: richerche, ed. Giovanna Casagrande (Perugia: Morlacchi, 2004), 103-152.
“Innocent III and the Literature of Confession,” in Innocenzo III: Urbs et Orbis, 2 vols., ed. Andrea Sommerlechner, vol. 1 (Rome, 2003), 369-382.
“L'arrivée de Marie-Madeleine à Vézelay” La Bible de le monde vol. 143 (June, 2002): 35-37.
“Like a Virgin: The Meaning of the Magdalen for Female Penitents of later Medieval Italy,” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 45 (2000): 131-52.
“Maria Magdalena: Apostolorum Apostola,” in Women Preachers and Prophets through Two Millennia of Christianity, eds. Beverly Kienzle and Pamela Walker (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), 57-96.
“Le fonti erudite nel lectio antoniana del Liber Naturae” in Il ‘Liber Naturae’ nella ‘lectio’ antoniana, ed. Fernando Uribe, OFM (Rome: Edizioni Antonianum, 1996), 145-159.
“Mary Magdalen and the Mendicants: The Preaching of Penance in the Middle Ages,” Journal of Medieval History 21/1 (1995): 1-25.

Holly Flora, The Devout Belief of the Imagination: The Paris ‘Meditationes vitae Christi’ and Female Franciscan Spirituality in Trecento Italy (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009) in TMR (2010).
Lezlie Knox, Creating Clare of Assisi:  Female Franciscan Identities in Later Medieval Italy, (Leiden: Brill, 2009) in Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality vol. 10.1 (Sp. 2010): 116-118.
Guy Geltner, Medieval Prisons: A Social History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008), QMed , University of London (Oct. 2009).
F. Thomas Luongo, The Saintly Politics of Catherine of Siena (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2004) in American Historical Review vol. 112.5 (Dec. 2007): 1594-95.
Alison Knowles Frazier, Possible Lives: Authors & Saints in Renaissance Italy (New York: Columbia University Press, 2005) in Catholic Historical Review vol. 93. 4 (Oct. 2007): 932-934.
Rosa Maria Dessì, ed., Prêcher la paix et discipliner la société: Italie, France, Angleterre (XIII-XVe siècles) (Turnholt: Brepols, 2005) in The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 58. 3 (July 2007): 544-546.
Elizabeth Makowski, ‘A Pernicious Sort of Woman:’ Quasi-Religious Women and Canon Lawyers in the Later Middle Ages (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2005) in The Jurist.
Theresa Coletti, Mary Magdalene and the Drama of Saints: Theater, Gender, and Religion in Late Medieval England (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 2004) in Medium Aevum vol. LXXIV 2 (2005): 359-360.
André Vauchez, Esperienze religiose nel Medioevo (Rome: Viella, 2003) in Speculum vol. 80 (2005): 1383-1385.
Herbert Kessler and Joanna Zacharias, Rome 1300: On the Path of the Pilgrim (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000) in Catholic Historical Review vol. (2005): 150-154.
Samantha Kelly, The New Solomon: Robert of Naples (1309-1343) and Fourteenth Century Kingship (Leiden: Brill, 2003) in TMR 04.11.16
Walter Simons, Cities of Ladies:Beguine Communities in the Medieval Low Countries (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001) in Renaissance Quarterly (2003): 504-506).
Alain Boureau, The Myth of Pope Joan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001) in American Historical Review vol. 107.3 (June, 2002): 926-27.
Cynthia Polecritti, Preaching Peace in Renaissance Italy: Bernardino of Siena & His Audience (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University Press, 2000) in Journal of Ecclesiastical History 53 no. 4 (October, 2002): 802-04.
Frances Andrews, The Early Humiliati (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) in American Historical Review vol. 106.5 (2001): 1853-54.

Joanna Cannon and André Vauchez, Margherita of Cortona and the Lorenzetti: Sienese and Art and the Cult of a Holy Woman in Medieval Tuscany (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999) in Studies in Iconography 22 (2001):169-72

Helen Jewell, Women in Medieval England (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1996) in Continuity and Change 12/2 (August 1997): 312-14.
Susan Haskins, Mary Magdalen: Myth and Metaphor (New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1994) in The Catholic Historical Review (July 1995): 413-16.

Reference Entries and Textbook Chapters
“The Word and Its Diffusion,” in Cambridge History of Christianity, vol. 4: Christianity in Western Europe, c. 1100-c. 1500, eds. Miri Rubin and Walter Simons (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), 114-132
“Mary Magdalen,” in Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage, ed. Larissa J. Taylor et al. (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 386-390

“A Sermon on the Virtues of the Contemplative Life” Medieval Christianity in Practice, ed. Miri Rubin (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2009), 117-125

“Mary Magdalen,” in Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia, ed. Margaret Schaus (New York: Routledge, 2006) [Encyclopedias of the Middle Ages, vol. 12], 531-34
“Mary Magdalen and the Contemplative Life,” in Medieval Religion: New Approaches, ed. Constance Berman (New York: Routledge, 2005), 249-271
“Poor Clares,” Supplement to the Dictionary of the Middle Ages, vol. 14 (New York: Charles Scribner and Sons, 2004), 485-490
“Mary Magdalene,” in Encyclopedia of Women and World Religion (New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1998)

Invited Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops:
Invited Lecture, “Early Christian Rome,” CUA Summer Program in Rome, Rome, Italy (19 May 2010)
Seminar Speaker, “The Making of the Magdalen,” Dept. of History, Georgetown University, Washington, DC (23 Oct. 2009)
Invited lecture, “Mary Magdalen, Superstar: the Making of a Medieval Saint,” John Cabot University, Rome, Italy (22 April 2009)
Invited lecture, “The Practice of Peace in Late Medieval Florence,” University of Notre Dame, Southbend, IN (14 Feb. 2008)
Invited lecture, “The Making of the Magdalen,” Emmanuel College, Boston (20 Sept. 2007)
Invited lecture, “The Fulbright: An American Perspective,” Fulbright Commission, Rome (22 June, 2007)
Invited lecture, “Demystifying Mary Magdalen,” American Academy in Rome (30 Nov. 2006)

Invited lecture, “Mary Magdalen, Apostle,” Rice University, Houston, TX (26 Oct. 2006)

Invited lecture, “Il Codice San Prospero: la ‘vera’ Maddalena, ” L’associazione culturale di Perugia e il Comune di Perugia, Perugia, Italy (29 Sept. 2006)
Invited lecture, “Demystifying the Da Vinci Code: The Case of Mary Magdalen in History, Legend, and Fiction,” Iowa State University Rome Program, Rome, Italy (10 Oct. 2005)
Invited lecture, “Medieval Italy: A Virtual Tour,” Smithsonian Associates, Washington, D.C. (15 Sept. 2005)
Invited lecture, “Demystifying the Da Vinci Code: The Case of Mary Magdalen in History, Legend, and Fiction,” co-sponsored by the Lay Center and the Institute of Urban Iconography, Rome, Italy (19 April, 2005)
Invited lecture, “Mary Magdalen, Apostle,” Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (15 Oct. 2004)
Seminar leader, “Peacemaking Practices in Late Medieval Florence,” Dept. of History, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (14 Oct. 2004)
Invited lecture, “Contemplating Mary Magdalen: Images of the Medieval Saint,” National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (28 March 2004)
Seminar Leader, “Making Peace in the Oltrarno, 1287-1297,” Dept. of History Colloquium, Catholic University (Feb, 2004)
Workshop Leader, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London (July, 2003)
Invited Lecture, Medieval History Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London (March, 2003)
Invited Lecture, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA (May, 2002)
Invited Lecture, Keynote Address, Barry University, Miami, Florida (April, 2002)

Invited Lecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (Feb., 2002)

Seminar Leader, Dept. of English, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (Feb., 2002)
Seminar Leader, European History Seminar, University of California at Los Angeles (Nov., 2001)
Invited Lecture, Medieval and Renaissance Center, University of California at Los Angeles (Nov., 2001)
Angleton Lecture, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. (Sept., 2001)
Invited Lecture, Humanities Colloquium Series, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York (Oct., 2001)
Invited Lecture, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Sept., 2001)
Invited Lecture, Madeleine Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah (April, 2001)

Lunchtime talk, Catholic University of America, Nutrimenta Series (Mar., 1999)

Invited Lecture, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (February, 1998)
Invited Lecture, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. (October, 1996)
Invited Lecture, Pomona College, Claremont, CA (February, 1996)
Lecture, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy (May, 1995)
Conference Panels:
Invited Speaker, “Rome on the Arno: Two Florentine Foundation Legends,” at “Foundations of Cities: International Conference of ‘The Concept of Urban Change,’ Research Group,” Institute of Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 22-24 February, 2009

Invited Speaker, “The Fulbright at 60,” A symposium in honor of the Italian-American Fulbright Exchange Program, Italian Embassy, 19 Sept. 2008, Washington, D.C.

Invited Speaker, “Preaching and Playwriting in late medieval Italy,” A conference in honor of Christopher Brooke, Institute of Historical Research, 19 June 2007, London
Invited Speaker, “Preaching and Public Life in the Italian City Republics” at “Preaching and Public Life,” University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland, 14 June 2007
Invited Speaker, “Observing the Observants” at “ ‘A Literary Apostolate’: Franciscans, Lovers and Critics in Medieval and Early Modern Europe A Conference Held in Honor of John V. Fleming,” Princeton University, 21-22 April 2006
Invited Speaker, “Social Capital and Civil Society in Italy and the Netherlands VI: Violence, Feud, and Peace-making in Florence,” panel at Renaissance Society of America, San Francisco, 23-25 March 2006
Speaker, “Demystifying the Da Vinci Code: The Case of Mary Magdalen” lecture as part of Women’s History Month at CUA, 21 March, 2006
Invited Speaker, “The Textual Cultures of Medieval Italy: Editorial and Other Approaches,” University of Toronto, Canada (5-7 November, 2005)
Invited Speaker, “Theaters of Medieval Spiritual Expression or Religion in the Streets” for “The City”, a seminar meeting organized by Miri Rubin and Ira Katznelson, King’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge (24-25 July 2005)
Invited Speaker, “Il popolo minuto fiorentino e la pace nel Duecento,” at Conference entitled, “Pace e Guerra in Toscana medievale” sponsored by the Consilio Regionale di Toscana, Florence, Italy (27 November 2004)
Invited Speaker, in panel “Miraculous Madonnas and Crucifixes,” Villa I Tatti Sponsored Session, Renaissance Society of America (April, 2004)
Invited Speaker, “Peacemaking in the Oltrarno, 1287-1297,” “New Directions in Medieval Studies,” Harvard University (Oct., 2003)
Plenary Speaker, British National Commission CIHEC & The Ecclesiastical History Society Conference, “Signs, Wonders, and Miracles,” Exeter, England (July, 2003)
Invited Presenter, “Religion and the State III: Identity and Communication,” a meeting organized by Miri Rubin and Ira Katznelson, King’s College, Cambridge University, Cambridge (23-24 July 2003)
Invited Participant, “Religion and the State II: Toleration,” a meeting organized by Miri Rubin and Ira Katznelson, Clare College, Cambridge University, Cambridge (July, 2002)
Speaker and session organizer, “Embodying Penance in late Medieval Italy,” The Medieval Academy of America Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (April, 1999)

Invited Speaker, “Innocent III: Urbs et Orbis,” International Colloquium organized by La Società Romana di Storia Patria, Rome and Vatican City (September, 1998)

Chair and Commentator, “Mulieres Sanctae in Medieval Italy,” International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI (May, 1998)
Invited Speaker, “Religion and Society,” Anglo-American Conference. Institute of Historical Research. University of London, England (July, 1996)
Invited Speaker, “Sant'Antonio da Padova," Pontifical Institute, Antonianum. Rome, Italy (Nov. 1995)
Invited Speaker, "Varieties of Religious Experience,” 1995-1997 Project, Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis. Rutgers, NJ (Oct. 1995)
Speaker, International Medieval Sermon Studies Society. Dublin, Ireland (July 1994)
Speaker, International Medieval Congress. Leeds, England (June, 1994)
Speaker, International Congress on Medieval Studies. Kalamazoo, MI (May, 1994)
Speaker, Commissione per gli scambi culturali fra Italia e gli stati uniti. Amalfi, Italy (October 1992)
Speaker, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. SUNY-Binghamton, NY (October, 1990)
Speaker, Colloquium in Medieval Studies. Princeton University (1990)
Speaker, Colloquium in Women's Studies. Princeton University (1990)

Television Interviews and Media Consultation:
On-camera interview for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, PBS, (airdate; 19 May 2006)
On-camera interview for The Da Vinci Code, documentary for the Discovery Channel
On-camera interview for A&E's Biography series, program on Mary Magdalen (airdate: June, 2000)
Academic Consultant, four episodes of the "Rise of Christianity: The Second Millennium," for A&E (airdate: Dec., 2000)
Academic Consultant, “On the Trail of Pope Joan,” a Primetime Special with Diane Sawyer (airdate: 29 December, 2005)

Rome and Italy in the Age of Dante (Taught on-site in Rome)

Medieval Italy (Hist. 317)

Religion and Society in the Middle Ages (Hist. 310)

Medieval Women and Gender (Hist. 306)

Junior Seminar (Hist. 387)

Honors Program: From Charlemagne to Chaucer (HSHU 102)

Latin Hagiography of the Later Middle Ages (Hist. 679)

Medieval Civilization II (Historiographical Problems of the Later Middle Ages) (Hist. 610)

Women, Sex and Gender, 1100-1500 (Hist. 607)

Readings on Medieval Italy (Hist. 692)

Research Seminar: Medieval Heresy and Dissent

Research Seminar: Sources for Medieval Italy (Hist. 822)

Team taught: Women and Music in the Middle Ages

*Nominated for Bruno Damiani Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, CUA, 1999.
Departmental and University Service and Administration

Chair, committee for review of graduate program, Dept. of History, Sp. 2010

Chair, MBS subcommittee on MA/Ph.D. comprehensive exams, 2009-10

Chair & organizer, 40th Anniversary Celebration Committee for MBS, 2009-10

Institutional Representative, American Academy in Rome, Fall 2009-

Interim Director, Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies, Fall, 2008

Chair, Medieval Search Committee, 2007-08

Keynote Speaker, Honors Dinner, Odyssey Day, 4/10/08

Classroom Host, Honors Odyssey Day, 4/10/08

Speaker, Honors Student Symposium, 3/18/08

Co-academic designer and group leader, Honors Program Rome Trip, Spring, 2008

Member, Steering Committee, Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies, 2007-

Co-academic designer and group leader, Honors Program Rome Trip, Spring, 2007

Keynote Speaker, Honors Dinner, Odyssey Day, April 2006

Organizer, “Women’s History Month,” March, 2006

Graduate Admissions Committee, Sp. 2006

Co-academic designer and group leader, Honors Program Rome Trip, Spring, 2006

Acting Chair, Dept. of History, Fall 2005

Faculty Director, Catholic University Rome Center, Sp. 2005

Co-academic designer and group leader, Honors Program Rome Trip, Spring, 2005

Curriculum Committee, CUA Rome Center, 2004-present

Editorial Board, CUA Studies in Early Christianity Series, 2004-present

Organizer, Dept. of History Colloquium Series, Fall 2004

Executive Committee, Study of Early Christianity, Fall 2004-06, Fall 2007-

History Advisor, MBS Program, 2004-present

Keynote Speaker, Honors Day, CUA, 3/21/04

Co-academic designer and group leader, Honors Program Rome Trip, Spring, 2004

Faculty Director, Catholic University Rome Center, Fall, 2003

Chair, Committee for Catholic University Rome Program, 2001-2004

Section Head, Medieval History, Dept. of History, 2000-present

Keynote Speaker, “Honors Day,” CUA, Fall, 2001

Student Recruiter, CUA, Fall, 2001

Member, Steering Committee, Program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies, 1998-2004

Member, Committee on Admissions and Awards, Program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies, 2001-2004

Member, Committee on Curriculum, Program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies, 1998- 2000

Member, Organizing Committee, New M.A. Program, "Religion and Society in the Late Medieval and Early Modern World," 1999

Member, Search Committee Byzantine History, Department of History, Catholic University of America, 1996-97 and 1997-98

Member, Search Committee Modern Britain, Department of History Catholic University of America, 1995-96

Secretary, General Faculty Meetings and Ordinary Professors Meetings, Catholic University of America, 1996-97

Instructor, Honors Program (Humanities curriculum)

Examiner, Ph.D. and M.A. exams for Departments of History, Church History, and Program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies

Graduate Student Advisor, Medieval History Graduate Students

Supervisor, Inter-disciplinary papers for MBS

Senior thesis director and Internship advisor

Graduate Student Supervision and Committees:
Ph.D. advisor, Dept. of History: Sally Brasher, “Women of the Humiliati: A Moral Response to Civic Life in Medieval Italy” (Ph.D. defended 12/01; published by Routledge, 2003; reviewed Speculum 80.3 (2005): 844-45 and 4 current ABDs.
Committee Member, doctoral dissertation committees in Departments of History (3 completed), English (1 completed), and Program in Medieval and Byzantine Studies (1 completed, 1 in progress), Early Christian Studies (1 completed), and Theology and Religious Studies (1 in progress)
Professional Activities:
Chair, John Gilmary Shea Book Prize Committee (ACHA), 2011-2012

External Reviewer, Applications School of Historical Studies, Institute of Advanced Studies (Fall, 2010)

Member, John Gilmary Shea Book Prize Committee (ACHA), 2010-2011

External tenure reviewer, Syracuse University Dept. of History, Fall, 2008

Conference Organizer with Ken Pennington, “Law and Society: a Conference in honor of Uta Renate Blumenthal,” CUA, 9 Nov. 2007

Translator, University of Rome (Roma II and Roma III), April 2005

Referee, MacArthur Foundation nominee, July, 2004

Research Officer, International Medieval Sermon Society, 2004-2006

Conference Organizer with Miri Rubin, “Religious Charisma and Authority: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Preaching, 1200-1600," a two day international conference at Queen Mary, University of London (July 25-26, 2004)

National Endowment for the Humanities, Peer Reviewer for Collaborative Research and

Scholarly Editions Program, 2002

Councilor, International Medieval Sermon Studies Society, 2002-2006

External Examiner, Ph.D. Defense Committee, Princeton University (April, 2001)

Session Organizer: Medieval Academy of America conference in Washington, D.C. (April, 1999)

Member: Local Arrangements Committee, Medieval Academy of America conference in Washington, D.C. (April, 1999)

Article MS Referee: Speculum; Traditio; Catholic Historical Review; Studies in Iconography; Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice; Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome; Mystics Quarterly, Iconographica

Book MS Referee: Oxford University Press; Cornell University Press; Yale University Press; Blackwell Press; Catholic University Press; Newbridge Educational Publisher
Latin, Italian, French, German
Professional Affiliations and Memberships:
Fellow, Villa I Tatti, the Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies

Fellow, Society of Fellows of the American Academy in Rome

American Historical Association

Medieval Academy of America

Renaissance Society of America

Catholic Historical Association

Society for Italian Historical Studies

International Medieval Sermon Studies Society

Centrum Historicum Dominicanum

Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship

Hagiographical Society

Associazione Italiana per lo Studio della Santità, dei culti e dell'Agiografia (AISSCA)

Professor William Jordan, Dept. of History, Princeton University

Professor Peter Brown, Dept. of History, Princeton University

Professor Natalie Zemon Davis, Emerita, Dept. of History, Princeton University

Professor Miri Rubin, Dept. of History, Queen Mary, University of London

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