Faculty

Lyn Blanchfield, Visiting Assistant Professor

Degrees:
Ph.D in Medieval and Early Modern Italian History, Binghamton University 2004
MA Binghamton University 1991
AB Vassar College 1987

Recent Publications:

"Prolegomenon: Considerations of Weeping and Sincerity in the Middle Ages." Elina Gertsman, ed., Crying in the Middle Ages: Tears of History. Routledge Press (September 2011), xxi-xxx.

"Le Piagnoni: The Weeping Women of Savonarola." Peter Arnade and Michael Rocke, eds., Private Conduct and Public Life in Early Modern Europe and Mexico: Essays in Honor of Richard C. Trexler. Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Texts and Essays, University of Toronto, (2008), 53-76.

Research interests:
Medieval and Early Modern Women and Gender Issues
Public Religious Rituals in Medieval Europe
Public Insults in Medieval and Early Modern Italy

Courses taught:
West and the World Civilizations
Medieval and Early Modern Women and Gender
Medieval Mediterranean World
Society and Religion in Medieval and Early Modern World

Joined Oswego Faculty: 2010