Medieval England Conference Recap

On April 24th and 25th, the History Department sponsored the Medieval England Conference that showcased the research done in the Graduate ProSeminar Course led by Dr. Maryanne Kowaleski. This conference included papers by members of the History Department, as well as the Center for Medieval Studies. Patrick DeBrosse, Rachel Podd, Amanda Racine, and Ron Braasch were the 3 doctoral and master’s students, respectively, that presented their research. See a list of all the presentations, as well as some pictures, below.

Decision-Making on the Lisbon Campaign of 1147 

Patrick C. Debrosse


Crusaders, Captives, and Patronage: English Support of the Trinitarians, 1200-1550

Amanda M. Racine


Dr. Maryanne Kowaleski

Medical Merchants or Healers? The Role of Apothecaries in Medieval London, 1300-1500

Christie J. Olek


The Reckoning of Medieval English Marine Navigation

Elizabeth Duchovni


Combat Support and Edward III’s Armies in France, 1339-1360

Ronald W. Brasch 

From Left to Right: Amanda Racine, Ron Braasch, Patrick DeBrosse, and Liz Duchovni


Administrative Corruption in the Hundred Rolls Inquest of 1274-5

Taylor Dickinson


Cooking Up a History: A Prosopographical Study of the Cooks of London, 1150-1540

Alex Ponti


A New Analytic Perspective on Medieval English Mayors

David Howes


Women ‘in travell’: Quantifying Maternal Mortality in Late Medieval England

Rachel Podd 

Rachel Podd, Doctoral Student

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