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Dr. Emily Graham

Associate Professor

161 SSH

Medieval Europe, Religious Reform, Monastic Orders, Gender and Women's History



Dr. Graham's research examines the intersection of politics and religion in medieval Europe. Her research interests include sanctity, monastic orders, religious reform and heretical movements, and papal politics. Dr. Graham's is currently at work on projects that places saints within their historical context, and on the Cardinal Protectors of the Franciscan Order. She teaches on religious and gender history, theory and methodology, and the history of the Middle Ages broadly speaking.


Courses Taught

HIST 1613 – Western Civilization to 1500
HIST 1813 – World History to 1500
HIST 3203 – The Medieval World, 500-1500
HIST 3233 – The Late Medieval World, 1000-1450
HIST 3373 – Invasion and Identity: The Medieval English World, 700-1400
HIST 3383 – Tudor-Stuart England
HIST 3903 – Introduction to History
HIST 4403 – Sorcerers, Saints and Heretics: Religion in the Medieval World
HIST 4413 – Sex and Gender in the Medieval World
HIST 4903 – Senior Seminar
HIST 5140 – Reading Seminar in European History to 1789


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