Philip Grace - D-1-236 MAK, (616) 331-2851, email@example.com
Visiting Assistant Professor of History
Fields: Medieval Studies, Early Modern World
Degrees: B.A. in History, Wheaton College, 2002
M.A. in Medieval History, Western Michigan University, 2005
Ph.D. in Medieval History, University of Minnesota, 2010
HST 101 (World Civilizations)
HST 203 (World History to 1500)
HST 377 (History of Warfare)
Teaching and Research Interests:
Medieval Intellectual and Cultural History
Gender, Family and Social History
Material Culture and the History of Everyday Life
Early Modern World History
"Providers and Educators: The Theory and Practice of Fatherhood in Late Medieval Basel, 1475-1529," Doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, 2010.
"Family and Familiars: The Concentric Household in Late Medieval Penitential Narratives." Journal of Medieval History 35.2 (June 2009): 189-203.
"Aspects of Fatherhood in Thirteenth-Century Encyclopedias." Journal of Family History 31.3 (July 2006): 211-236.
"Making Masters Moral: The Exchange of Social Discipline in Late Medieval Basel." 38th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association at the University of Southern Mississippi; October 18-20, 2012.
"Harnessing the Hausvater: Fatherhood and the Reformation in Basel." 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan; May 12-15, 2011.
"Food and Clothing as Sites of Fatherly Instruction: Evidence from Pedagogical Treatises in Fifteenth-Century Basel." 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan; May 7-10, 2009.
"Father as Educator and Educator as Father: Contested Roles in the Amerbach Correspondence." The Long Fifteeth Century: International Graduate Student Colloquium at the University of Minnesota; April 7-11, 2008.
"Father as Advisor in Georg Wickram's 'Der Verlorene Sohn.'" 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo, Michigan; May 4-7, 2006.
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