• B.A., St. Francis 1977
  • M.A., Indiana University 1979
  • Ph.D., Indiana University 1986
Courses Taught
  • HIST 205: Medieval Europe
  • First Year Seminar
  • “So Strategize: The Demands in the Day of the Peasant Woman in Medieval Europe,” in Medieval Women in European Culture and Society, ed. Linda E. Mitchell, Garland Press, 1999
  • “Defining the Servant: Legal and Extra-Legal Terms of Employment in Fifteenth-Century England,” in The Work of Work: Servitude, Slavery,and Labor in Medieval England, ed. Allen J. Frantzen and Douglas Moffat, Cruithne Press, distributed by Boydell and Brewer, 1994
  • Review, The Medieval Village by G.G. Coulton, Speculum, January 1992
  • The Hamilton Social Science Review, Editor, 1989
  • Associate Editor, 1986-88
  • Manuscript: ‘Forto Labur Bysyly: Episodes in Identity and Freedom in Late Medieval England
  • First Recipient of the Lawrence Stanley Chair of Medieval History, October, 1998
  • Lilly Foundation Summer Research Grants, The College of Wooster, 1990, 1991
  • Visiting Scholar, New York University Council for the Humanities –┬áMellon Foundation Seminar: “Love and Power in the Middle Ages,” New York University, 1984-85
  • Indiana University Department of History, Dissertation Grant, 1982
  • Indiana University Medieval Studies Institute, Dissertation Year Fellowship, 1981
  • Indiana University Department of History, Susan O’Kell Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1980