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Alumni

The Program in Medieval Studies has awarded a graduate Certificate in Medieval Studies since 2002.

Lesley Allen (PhD, 2008), who earned her degree in English, is currently Assistant Professor English at Greenville College.

Shawn Boyd (PhD, 2010), who earned his degree in Germanic Languages & Literatures, is currently Lecturer in German at the University of North Dakota.

Rebecca Brackmann (PhD, 2005), who earned her degree in English, is currently Assistant Professor English at Lincoln Memorial University.

Charlotte Bauer (PhD, 2007), who earned her degree in Art History, is currently a communications specialist in the University of Illinois Graduate College.

Suna Cagaptay (PhD, 2007), who earned her degree in Architecture, is currently on the faculty of the Department of Architecture and Design at Bahçeşehir University, Turkey.

Stephanie Clark (PhD, 2011), who earned her degree in English, is currently Assistant Professor of English at the University of Oregon.

Jill Hamilton Clements (PhD, 2014), who earned her degree in English, is currently Assistant Professor of English at Lindenwood College.

Jonathan Conant (BA, 1996), who majored in Medieval Civilization, received his PhD from Harvard and is currently Assistant Professor History at Brown University.

Erin Donovan (PhD, 2013), who earned her degree in Art History, is currently a consultant at Jefferson Country Club / The Country Club at Muirfield Village / The Lakes Country Club and Donovan Art Consulting.

Megan Foster-Campbell (PhD, 2012), who earned her degree in Art History, is currently Assistant Professor of Arts & Communication at Illinois Central College.

Johanna Denzin (PhD, 2006), who earned degrees in Comparative Literature and Educational Policy Studies, is Associate Professor of Humanities at Columbia College, Missouri.

Carola Dietkus (PhD, 2012), who earned her degree in Comparative Literature, is currently Lecturer in German Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Jill Fitzgerald (PhD, 2014), who earned her degree in English, is currently Assistant Professor of English at the United States Naval Academy.

Emily Libs (BA, 2015), who earned her degree in Medieval Studies, is writing children's literature medieval themes.

Karen Lurkhur (PhD, 2009), who earned her degree in Comparative World Literature, is currently lecturer at Mount Saint Mary's College.

Rae Marotta (MA, 2002) earned her degree in English.

Kristen Nash (PhD, 2010) earned her degree in English.

Jon Sherman (PhD, 2008), who earned his degree in Germanic Languages & Literatures, is currently Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures at Northern Michigan University.

 

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