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Jerome S. Arkenberg <email@example.com>
California State University, Fullerton
I'm finishing up a massive 2-Volume Reader in World History, and am in the beginning stages of writing a World History Textbook.
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Law
|Interests:||European History / Studies
Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
World History / Studies
Professional: J.D. (Juris Doctor), University of Illinois College of Law.
Graduate: Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Los Angeles. Fields: Medieval Britain, Medieval Social and Cultural History, Medieval Legal and Intellectual History, Roman Law and Society. Dissertation: “The Medieval English Statute Book: A Descriptive Catalogue.” Dissertation Advisors: Professors Richard Rouse & Scott Waugh.
M.A., Ancient and Medieval History, Loyola University of Chicago. Thesis: “Serfdom and Manorial Law in England, 1200-1350.” Thesis Advisor: Prof. Thomas Hogan, S.J. (✝)
Undergraduate: B.A. cum laude, Loyola University of Chicago, Double Major in History & Political Science.
Lecturer, California State University, Fullerton.
History 110A: Pre-Modern World History. Fall 1996 --Present.
History 110B: Modern World History. Fall 1997--Present.
Lecturer, Concordia University, Irvine (Irvine, California): History 201: Western Civilization I. Spring 2001 (3 Sections).
Lecturer, Chapman University (Orange, California):
History 306: Medieval Europe, Islam & Byzantium. Fall 1998; Fall 2000; Fall 2001.
History 304: Ancient Egypt, Greece & Rome. Spring 1998; Winter 2001.
History 110: Western Civilization I. Fall 2000.
Lecturer, Chaffey College (Rancho Cucamonga, California):
History 2: Modern World History. Spring 1998.
Lecturer, Cypress College (Cypress, California):
History 151: The British Isles to 1714. Fall 1997.
Lecturer, California State University, Los Angeles:
History 110A: Ancient World History. Fall 1992.
Teaching Associate, University of California, Los Angeles:
History 1A: Ancient Western Civilization. Fall 1988; Fall 1989.
History 1B: Medieval Western Civilization. Winter, 1989; Spring 1989.
History 1C: Modern Western Civilization. Spring 1990.
History 5A: Tudor-Stuart British History. Winter 1990.
Four Signed Articles in A Reader’s Guide to British History, ed. David Loads (Fitzroy Dearborn Press, 2002), comprising: “The Statutes of Quo Warranto to 1485”; “The General Eyre to 1485”; “The Thirteenth Century Statutes of Westminster”; “Law Enforcement in England to 1536”.
Three Signed Articles in The Historical Dictionary of Late Medieval England, eds. Ronald H. Fritze and William B. Robison (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2002), comprising: “The Statute of Quia Emptores (1290)”; “Chief Justice Ralph de Hengham, Jurist (d. 1311)”; “Quo Warranto Proceedings and Statutes to 1535.”
Three Signed Articles in The Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, eds. Thomas J. Sienkewicz & Chris Moose (Salem Press, 2001), comprising: “Fulvia (80-40 B.C.E.)”; “Ælle, King of the South Saxons (450-491 C.E.)”; “Lucius Licinius Lucullus (117-56 B.C.E.).”
Six Signed Articles in The Late Medieval Age of Crisis and Renewal, 1300-1500: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Clayton L. Drees (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2000), comprising: “Thomas Bourgchier, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury (1411-1486)”; “Nicholas Hereford, Oxford Theologian & Lollard (1355? - 1420?)”; “Philip Repyngdon, Cardinal, Bishop of Lincoln, and Lollard (1360?- 1424)”;
“Ranulf Higden, Historian (fl. 1299-1364)”; “John of Fordoun, Historian (d. 1384-87?)”; “Andrew of Wyntoun, Historian (1350? - 1420-25?).”
“The Story Behind a Stray Medieval Manuscript Leaf,” Harvard Library Bulletin, 8:4 (1997): 46-54.
“Licinii Murenae, Terentii Varrones, and Varrones Murenae. II: The Enigma of Varro Murena,” Historia 42:4 (1993): 471-491.
“Licinii Murenae, Terentii Varrones, and Varrones Murenae. I: A Prosopographical Study of Three Roman Families,” Historia 42:3 (1993): 326-351.
Garth Fowden, Empire to Commonwealth: Consequences of Monotheism in Late Antiquity (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993), for The International Journal of Persian Studies.
Jan Bremmer, The Early Greek Concept of the Soul (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983), in The Pomegranate: A Journal of Pagan Studies 15 (2001): 55-56.
Work for Hire.
William Shakespeare, Macbeth, ed. A.R. Braunmuller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997) [Performed extensive fact-checking].
A Hand-List of Medieval Common Law Manuscripts (for publication by The Selden Society);
A Manual of Medieval Common Law Incipits (for publication by The Selden Society).
Lawyers, Lawbooks, and Learned Knights: The Medieval Statute Book.
A Reader's Guide to Historical Fiction, 2 Vols.
“Common Law Statute Books and Medieval Legal Education,” at The Thirteenth British Legal History Conference, Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, July 2-5, 1997.
“Statute Books and Knights in White Ermine,” at the Medieval Association of the Midwest Annual Meeting, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, September 13-14, 1996.
“‘E pur eider nostre remembraunce qe chescun jour decline en obliaunce....’ Memory, Lawyers, and Lawbooks in England,” at the Third International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, England, July 8-11, 1996.
“‘And every statut koude he pleyn by rote...:’ Lawbooks, Literacy, & Legal Education, 1250-1350,” at the Thirty-First International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 8-12, 1996.
“They Rolled Their Own: The Common Law Statute Book in Roll Format,” at The Twenty-Second Manuscripta Conference on Manuscript Studies, Saint Louis University, October 6-7, 1995.
PANEL CHAIR & COMMENTATOR.
“Europe: From Alfred the Great to the Jesuits of New France.” Phi Alpha Theta, Southern Regional Conference, California State University Fullerton, March 20, 1999.
INTERNET EDITORSHIPS AND PUBLICATIONS.
Editor and Founder of Four Internet Discussion Lists, comprising:
Pre-Modern World History Discussion List for Students & Academics, 2000--Present, (http://www.yahoogroups.com/group/PreModernWorldHistory);
Modern World History Discussion List for Students & Academics, 2000--Present,
Ancient Mediterranean History Discussion List for Students & Academics, 2000--Present,
Medieval Mediterranean History Discussion List for Students & Academics, 2001--Present,
Associate Editor, H-Law (American Society for Legal History Internet Discussion Group),
(http://www.H-Net.msu.edu/~law). Spring 1999--Present.
Contributing Editor, Internet History Project (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/), 1998--Present.
“A Guide to Medieval Terms” (Editor), The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
“A List of Fiction for Students of History: Ancient & Medieval” (Editor), The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies (http://orb.rhodes.edu/non_spec/fiction.html)
FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS.
Certificate, Faculty Teaching & Learning Academy,
CSU Fullerton, Fall-Spring 2002.
Faculty Fellow, Andrew Carnegie Foundation Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Teaching Academy Program, CSU Fullerton, Fall 2000.
Lilly Foundation Summer Fellowship Institute: “Teaching as Profession,” June 10-21, 1996.
Departmental Associateship, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1996.
British Academy Neil Ker Memorial Award, 1994.
Ball Foundation Fellowship, The Lilly Library of Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 1993.
Mellon Foundation Fellowship, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California, 1992.
University Fellowships, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987, 1990, 1991.
University Fellowship, Loyola University of Chicago, 1986.
University Scholarships, Loyola University of Chicago, 1976-1980.
RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE.
Researcher, Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, UCLA, 1993-94.
Researcher, Department of History, Loyola University of Chicago, 1986-87.
Attorney at Law, Oak Park, Illinois, Solo Practice in State and Federal Courts, 1983-86.
Law Clerk, Chicago, Illinois, 1981-83 (Summers only).
Law Clerk, Beverly Hills, California, 1987, 1990, 1992-95.
Academic Senate, CSU Fullerton. Fall 2002--Fall 2003.
World History Board, Department of History, CSU Fullerton. Spring 1999--Present.
Committee on Faculty Merit Increase, Department of History, CSU Fullerton. Fall 1999--Fall 2001.
Founder, History Teaching Group, CSU Fullerton. Fall 2002--Present
Phi Alpha Theta, Theta Pi Chapter, CSU Fullerton. Fall 1996--Present.
Member, American Historical Association.
Member, The Historical Society.
Member, The Medieval Academy of America.
Member, American Society For Legal History.
Member, The Selden Society.
Member, Association of Ancient Historians.
Member, World History Association.
Member, Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing.
Member, Early Book Society.
Member, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.
Member, Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society.
Member, Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society.
Member, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Honor Society.