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|Biow, Douglas||Comparative Literature; French and Italian; History; Medieval Studies Program; Plan II Honors Program||Renaissance Italy. The History of the Individual from Antiquity to the Modern World. Professionalism. Humanism. Cleanliness and Propriety.|
|Blockley, Mary||English; Medieval Studies Program||Old English language and literature, history of the English language, Medieval manuscripts, Germanic philology|
|Frazier, Alison||Comparative Literature; History; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Current research projects include editions of humanist saints' lives; a study of a quattrocento hexameral commentary; a census of Bonino Mombrizio's c. 1477 "Sanctuarium"|
|Harney, Michael||Comparative Literature; Medieval Studies Program; Spanish and Portuguese||Medieval and Renaissance Spanish Literature, Comparative literature, literary theory, cultural theory, film studies|
|Heng, Geraldine||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||International Medieval cultures & histories; Medieval romance; Medieval English literature; the Crusades; Chaucer; Arthurian literature; feminist, race, & cultural theory|
|Holladay, Joan||Art and Art History; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies||Gothic Art in Germany and France, sculpture and manuscript illumination of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries|
|Kaulbach, Ernest||Classics; Comparative Literature; English; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||Language and linguistics, Medieval studies|
|Kibler, William||French and Italian; Medieval Studies Program||Old French language and literature and Arthurian studies|
|Lang, Elon||The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas; Humanities Program; School of Information; Medieval Studies Program|
|Nardini, Luisa||Center for European Studies; Medieval Studies Program; Butler School of Music; Religious Studies||Gregorian chant, medieval music theory, tropes, Santiago de Compostela, music iconography, manuscript studies, music and medievalism.|