Douglass Hamilton


Douglass Hamilton

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Research Interests:
Medieval religious and political culture, Old French literature, the crusading period

  • M.A. in French Language and Literature, University of Toronto (2017)

    M.A. in Medieval Studies, University of Toronto (2016)

    B.A. in History, Skidmore College (2013)

  • Publications

    Introduction and translation: “A Dragon with a Devil Inside,” in The Penguin Book of Dragons, edited by Scott G. Bruce (New York: Penguin Books, 2021), 143-151.


    “Finding Truth in Jean Froissart’s La Prison Amoureuse” – Boston College XIX Graduate Conference: “For the Love of Truth”: Consolidation and Disruption (2017)

    “Religion et vengeance dans la Chanson d’Antioche” – VIIIe journée d’étude de la Société Ontarienne des Chercheurs en Ancien Regime: Théologie et littérature dans l’Ancien Régime (2017)

    “The Man Behind the Lance: The Usage of the Figure Longinus in Crusading Texts”– 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies (2018)

    “The Tafurs: Reading Social Contrast in La Chanson d’Antioche” – 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies (2019)

    “The Siege of Antioch Project,” Gallery Project – Mapping (In)justice Symposium (2019)

  • First-year Graduate Essay Prize, Fordham Medieval Studies Department: “Tension in the Margins: Flagellants and Anticlerical Imagery in the Glazier Peacock Manuscript” (May 2019)

    Teaching Fellowship, Fordham University, (2020–)