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Dawn M. Hayes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Montclair State University
I am interested in expanding the chronological scope of H-Catholic, which currently focuses on modern Catholicism, to include earlier periods.
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Catholic
|Reviews:||Heresy, Conquest and the Unification of France: The Albigensian Crusade
The Medieval Heresy That Refuses to Die: Catharism, Then and Now
The Formation of a Persecuting Microcosm: Cluny and Intolerance in the Medieval World
Medieval European Pilgrimage: A Student's Guide to Who, What, When, Where, and Why
|Interests:||European History / Studies
Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
New York University, Department of History
Ph.D., September 1998
Major Field: Medieval European History
Minor Field: Early Modern European History
City University of New York Graduate Center
Diploma in Latin, 1989
Body and Sacred Place in Medieval Europe, 1100-1389: Interpreting the Case of Chartres Cathedral/Director: Penelope D. Johnson
SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS
PSC-CUNY Research Award (BMCC, City University of New York) - 2003
Collegium Faculty Fellowship (Iona) - 2001
Arts Council Grant: Conference on Eastern Catholic Churches (Iona) - 2000
Bernadotte E. Schmitt Grant (AHA) - 2000
Faculty Travel and Research Summer Grant (Iona) - 1999
Faculty Instructional Technology Initiative Grant (Iona) - 1999
NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers/Andrew W. Mellon New Media Program: Gothic in the Ile-de-France – 1998
New York University Graduate School of Arts and Science Student Travel Grant – 1998
Bernadotte E. Schmitt Grant (AHA) – 1996
New York University Graduate Assistantships, 1991 – 1994
HONORS AND AWARDS
Faculty Instructional Technology Award (Iona) - 2000
Golden Dozen Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (NYU) – 1994
Phi Alpha Theta – 1989 -
Body and Sacred Place in Medieval Europe, 1100-1389. Studies in Medieval History and Culture Series. New York and London: Routledge, 2003.
"Christian Sanctuary and Repository of France's Political Culture: The Construction of Holiness and Masculinity at the Royal Abbey of St.-Denis." To be published in a volume of collected essays edited by Patricia Cullum and Katherine Lewis and published by the University of Wales Press.
“Body as Champion of Church Authority and Sacred Place: The Murder of Thomas Becket.” Forthcoming in A Great Effusion of Blood: Interpreting Medieval Violence, Oren Falk, Mark Meyerson and Daniel Thiery, eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003).
"Thomas Becket" and "Francis of Assisi." Forthcoming in Holy People of the World: An Encyclopedia, edited by Phyllis Jestice (ABC-Clio, June 2003).
"From Boundaries Blurred to Boundaries Defined: Clerical Emphasis on the Limits of Sacred Space in the Later Middle Ages." In Alex Smith and Alison Brookes, eds., Holy Ground: Theoretical Issues Relating to the Landscape and Material Culture of Ritual Space (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports International Series 956, 2001): 85 - 90.
“Protestant Monasticism: Waldensian” in the Encyclopedia of Monasticism, ed. William M. Johnston (London and Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000).
"Mundane Uses of Sacred Spaces in the Central and Later Middle Ages, with a Focus on Chartres Cathedral." Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 30 (1999): 11-36.
"Birth, Flesh & Bodies: The Construction of Sacred Space in The Miracles of Our Lady of Chartres." Medieval Perspectives 14 (1999): 98-114.
Forthcoming review for H-Catholic of Dominique Iogna-Prat, Order and Exclusion: Cluny and Christendom Face Heresy, Judaism, and Islam (1000-1500). Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2002.
"The Medieval Heresy that Refuses to Die: Catharism, Then and Now." Review of Malcolm Barber, The Cathars: Dualist Heretics in Languedoc in the High Middle Ages, H-NET review for H-Catholic, June 2001. http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=31035997374341
"Reuniting Genders." Review of John Kitchen, Saints' Lives and the Rhetoric of Gender: Male and Female in Merovingian Hagiography, in Cross Currents: The Journal of the Association for Religion and Intellectual Life 51 (spring 2001): 139-41.
"Heresy, Conquest and the Unification of France: The Albigensian Crusade." Review of Jonathan Sumption, The Albigensian Crusade, H-Net review for H-Catholic, February 2001. http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=18200984515441
MedievalMaternity.org (under construction)
“The Crusades.” ProQuest KnowledgeNotes, 2002.
“The Norman Conquest.” ProQuest KnowledgeNotes, 2002.
Translated selections (from the Latin) of Edward Grim's account of the murder of Thomas Becket. The Internet Medieval Sourcebook, ed. Paul Halsall, http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/grim-becket.html.
WORKS IN PROGRESS: MONOGRAPHS
Medieval Maternity: Pregnancy and Childbirth in Medieval Europe
"Burying the Bodies of the Most Christian Kings: Capetian Corpses and the Construction of Politics and Sacredness at the Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis.” Paper presented at the Thirty-Seventh International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2-5, 2002.
"Christian Sanctuary and Repository of France's Political Culture: The Construction of Holiness and Masculinity at the Royal Abbey of St.-Denis." Paper presented at the University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, England as part of "Holiness and Masculinity," July 12-14, 2001.
"Mundane and Profane Uses of Chartres Cathedral in the Later Middle Ages." Given at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 9-12, 2001.
"Negotiating the Powers of Good & Evil in Twelfth-Century Europe: The Purifying & Fortifying Liturgy of Church Consecration." Paper delivered at the Convivium Center for Medieval & Early Modern Studies at Siena College, Loudonville, New York, October 13-14, 2000.
"Violent Deaths as Commentaries on Violent Lives in the Memoirs of Guibert of Nogent." Paper given at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 10-13, 2000.
"From Boundaries Blurred to Boundaries Defined: Clerical Emphasis on the Limits of Sacred Space in the Later Middle Ages." Paper given at the 1999 annual meeting of the Theoretical Archaeological Group, School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, December 14-17, 1999.
“The Political Clout of a Martyr’s Body in Twelfth-Century England: The Assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket.” Paper given at Iona College’s Dean’s Symposium, December 2, 1998.
“Body as Champion of Church Authority and Sacred Place: The Murder of Thomas Becket.” Paper given at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Medieval Studies Annual Conference, “Violence in Medieval Society,” October 24, 1998.
“Using the Body to Elevate Space: The Pious Propaganda of Thirteenth-Century Chartres Cathedral.” Paper given at the Southeastern Medieval Association (SEMA) Conference, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, October 15-17, 1998.
“Raising Money and Generating a Cult in Thirteenth-Century Northern France: The Miracles of Our Lady of Chartres.” Paper given at the New York Friends of the Saints, New York, New York, October 9, 1998.
“Monarchy, Monastery and Mutuality: Relationships between Politics and Religion at the Medieval Abbey of Saint-Denis.” PowerPoint lecture given to The Archaeology Society of Staten Island and the Staten Island Society, Archaeological Institute of America, Wagner College, January 12, 2003.
Tour: The Cloisters. Staten Island Archaeological Society, June 15, 2002
Speaker in the Humanities
New York Council for the Humanities, 2000-2002: "The Profane History of a Sacred Place: The Civic Context of Chartres Cathedral."
- The Archaeology Society of Staten Island and the Staten Island Society, Archaeological Institute of America, Wagner College, March 4, 2001
- Orange County Community College, Middletown, New York, April 11, 2001
- Senior Citizens of Bronxville, Bronxville, New York, March 26, 2002
“From Tolerance to Persecution: The Marginalization of Western Europe's Jews in the Opening Years of the Second Millennium." Illustrated lecture given at Temple Israel, New Rochelle, April 11, 2000.
PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
Organizer and Chair: Medieval Religion Discussion List Sessions at the 39th Meeting of the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 6-9, 2004.
Organizer: “Medieval Maternity, I: Pregnancy and Childbirth in Song, Spirituality and Sculpture” and “Medieval Maternity, II: Pregnancy and Childbirth in Medical and Other Manuscripts,” two sessions to be held at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 14-17, 2003.
Invited Chair and Commentator: “Real and Imagined Topographies: Mapping Social Space,” a session to be held at the Medieval Academy of America’s annual meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 10-12, 2003.
Organizer and Chair: "Mundane and Profane Uses of Medieval Sacred Spaces I: Misuses and Abuses of Churches and their Precincts," "Mundane and Profane Uses of Medieval Sacred Spaces II: Synagogue, Mosque and Shrine in the Central Middle Ages," and "Mundane and Profane Uses of Medieval Sacred Spaces III: (Re)Negotiating Boundaries for the Holy," three sessions held at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 9-12, 2001.
Roundtable Participant: "Exile in the Middle Ages: Definitions, Representations." International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 9-12, 2001.
Organizer of Conference, "Same but Different: Exploring the Cultures and Histories of the Eastern Catholic Churches," Iona College, November 6, 2000.
Assistant Professor of Medieval History
Montclair State University, September 2003-
- Foundations of Western Civilization 450-1350 - Fall 2003
- Medieval European Civilization - Fall 2003
Assistant Professor of History Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York (CUNY), Fall 2002—Spring 2003
- Western Civilization: Ancient to Early Modern TimesFall 2002/Spring 2003
- Western Civilization: Emergence of the Modern World Fall 2002/Spring 2003
Asst. Professor of European HistoryIona College, Fall 1998 – Spring 2002
- GraduateEurope in the Middle Ages – Fall 2000 - The Shaping of Contemporary Europe -- Spring 2000
- The Shaping of Modern Europe: 1789-1914 – Spring 1999
- Undergraduate Honors Humanities Seminar II: The Medieval World - Spring 2001/Spring 2002
- Jews and Christians in Ancient and Medieval Europe - Spring 2001
- Western Civilization - Fall 1999/Spring 2000/Fall 2000/Spring 2001/Spring 2002
- Age of Ideology - Spring 2000/Spring 2002
- Early Modern Europe - Fall 1999
- Europe in the Middle Ages – Spring 1999/Fall 2000
- Contemporary Civilization I (to 1600) – Fall 1998
- Contemporary Civilization II (since 1600) – Fall 1998/Spring 1999
- Europe since 1929 – Fall 1998
Adjunct Lecturer, College of Staten Island/CUNY, 1996 – 1998
- History of Western Civilization, Antiquity to 1500 – Spring 1998
- Medieval and Early Modern Culture – Fall 1997
- World Civilization Since 1500 – Spring 1997
- Past and Present – Fall 1996/Fall 1997/Spring 1998
Teaching Assistant, New York University, 1991 – 1994
- The Foundations of English Common Law – Spring 1994
- The Foundations of English Common Law – Spring 1993
- The Civilization & Culture of the Middle Ages – Spring/Fall 1992
- The Crusades – Fall 1991
Survey of Medieval History
Western Civilization (classical – present)
Medieval and Early Modern Culture
Church History to 1519
English Common Law
Jews and Christians in Ancient and Medieval Europe
History of Women in the Middle Ages
Medieval Legacies to the Modern World
European History, 1789 – Present
ACADEMIC RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Freelance Writer: ProQuest, KnowledgeNotes (Online Study Guides for History), 2002
Writer: History of the World Timeline, The History Channel, 1999, 500 BCE - 1799 CE and 1990 - 1999 CE http://www.historychannel.comIndependent
Researcher – Professor Norman F. Cantor, 1995 – 1996
Graduate Research Assistant – Professor Norman F. Cantor – Fall 1994
ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Web Designer and Webmaster, Iona College, Department of History & Political Science, 1999 - 2002 http://www.iona.edu/academic/arts_sci/departments/hist_pol/index.html/
Web Designer and Webmaster, New York University, Department of History, 1996 – 1997 http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/history/
Assistant to Professor Norman F. Cantor – Spring 1996
Assistant to Professor Marilyn Young, Chair of the Department of History, NYU, – Fall 1993
Medieval Academy of America
American Historical Association
American Association for the History of Medicine
American Catholic Historical Association
Society for French Historical Studies
The Hagiography Society
The Medieval Club of New York
Study Abroad Committee, Iona College, 2000 - 2002
Middle States' Libraries and Learning Centers Task Force, Iona College, 2000 – 2001