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Elizabeth Kuhl
Email: kuhl@fordham.edu
Advisor: Nicholas Paul
Dissertation Title: The Dragon and the Cloister: History and Rhetoric in the Writing of Stephen of Rouen

Education:
B.A., History and Classics, Mary Washington College, 2007
M.A., History, Fordham University, 2009
Thesis: "Judges and Courtiers: The Careers of Itinerant Justices in the Early Eyre"

Research Interests:
Elizabeth's interests include medieval historical writing, the Anglo-Norman world, early English law, and pilgrimage.

Awards and Fellowships:
Fordham Research Fellowship, 2012/13
Fordham Teaching Fellowship, 2011, 2011/12

Conference Presentations:
Time and Identity in Stephen of Rouen's Draco Normannicus, Haskins Society Sponsored Panel,
    International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2012.
Judges and Courtiers: The Careers of Itinerant Justices in the Early Eyre, International Congress
    on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2010.

Courses Taught:
Understanding Historical Change: Medieval Europe

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