This is an interdisciplinary list of the faculty members at the University of Iowa who work in the area of medieval studies. Click on the names to be directed to each faculty member's home page.
Medieval social, economic, religious and women's history. (France and Italy)
Gender and religious culture of northern Europe in the late Middle Ages. History of the book.
Ecclesiastical, legal and scholarly traditions of medieval Europe. Formation of early medieval political culture and kingship.
Histories of medieval science, philosophy, and religious thought (with special emphasis on their development at the thirteenth- and fourteenth-century medieval universities).
Chaucer, medieval and early modern poetry.
Medieval literary studies with special attention to issues of community and social hierarchy; cultural geography; race and ethnicity; and gender and sexuality.
Medieval literature, with a special interest in performance and cultural studies.
Anglo-Saxon Christian culture and intellectual history; history of gestures and emotions.
English and European legal history.
German literature, ca. 1200-1600
Medieval and northern Renaissance art, especially Gothic architecture.
Medieval lyric poetry and female Italian writers.
Medieval Spanish literature, women in literature, performance, and North African-Spanish cultural contacts from 711 to the present.