I encourage students applying to the graduate program to contact me directly in advance of or in the course of applying.
In supervising graduate students, I am interested in exploring topics in late antique and early medieval history of Western Europe, particularly those that examine Christianity, gender, or some theme related to archaeological evidence. I am also eager to work with students on the history of archaeology and museums. Since work in the medieval field requires proficiency in Latin and at least two modern languages, and research on nineteenth-century archaeology and museums mandates proficiency in at least two modern languages, students should begin this preparation as early as possible in their studies.
University of Florida, MA and Doctoral Awardees
Andrew Welton (PhD 2018)
B.A. Grove College, M.A. University of Florida
“The Spear in Early Anglo-Saxon England: A Social-Technological Study"
Rebecca Devlin (PhD 2016)
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Louisville
B.A. Syracuse University, M.A. San Francisco State University
“Bishops and Community in Northwest Hispania: Transforming Roman Society from c. 370 to c. 470 CE”
Matthew Delvaux (MA 2013)
Doctoral Student, Boston College
B.A. United States Military Academy
"Textuality and Materiality of Burial Mounds in the Life of Saint Guthlac"