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
BA, History and Classics, Mary Washington College, 2007
MA, History, Fordham University, 2009
Thesis: "Judges and Courtiers: The Careers of Itinerant Justices in the Early Eyre"

Research Interests
Historiography and monasticism, especially in the twelfth-century Anglo-Norman world

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

Publications
“Education and Schooling: A case study of Le Bec’s florilegia,” in A Companion to the Abbey of Le Bec in the Middle Ages, ed. Benjamin Pohl and Laura Gathagan, Leiden: Brill (forthcoming 2016).
“Time and Identity in Stephen of Rouen’s Draco Normannicus.” Journal of Medieval History 40:4 (2014), 421–438.

Conference Presentations
Florilegia at Bec in the Twelfth Century. Association Paléographique Internationale, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2014.
French and Norman in Debate in Stephen of Rouen’s Draco Normannicus. History/Literature; France/England, Bard College, NY, November 2013. Invited.
Time and Identity in Stephen of Rouen’s Draco Normannicus. Haskins Society, 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
HIST 1300: Understanding Historical Change: Medieval Europe
HIST 1075: Understanding Historical Change: Early Modern Europe
HIST 1000: Understanding Historical Change: Modern Europe