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Jon G. Lemmond <email@example.com>
University of California, Santa Barbara
I am currently working on domestic violence in late Medieval and early-modern Nuremberg. More generally, I am interested in pre-modern cultural studies of gender, the history of the body and religious experience and violence.
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Santa Barbara, California 93108
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Reviewer for H-HRE
Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Urban History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Ph.D., Candidate, Early Modern Europe, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Dissertation Title: ‘With Carrot or Club’: Gender Relations and Domestic Violence in Sixteenth-Century Nuremberg, Degree Expected: June, 2006
Fields of Study: German Reformation, English Reformation, Late Medieval Family & Gender, Ottoman Empire
Dissertation Advisor: Abraham Friesen
Dissertation Committee: Abraham Friesen; Sears McGee; Carol Lansing
M.Div., Concentration in Church History, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1999.
B.A., Double Major in Religious Studies and Music, Houston Baptist University, 1994.
“Doctor Siemann is IN: The Problematization of Male Authority in Sixteenth-Century
Nuremberg” Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 25, 2001.
“Rhetoric and Radical Women: The Formation of Group Identity and Feminine Empowerment in
Sixteenth-Century Marginalized Religious Groups” Interdisciplinary Conference on Language and Literature (ICOLL 2000), Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, October 20, 2000.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Religious Studies Department, Westmont College, Santa Barbara.
RS 150 God, the Devil, and Early Modern Religious Culture: the Witchcraze and Inquisitions in Europe (1400-1800), Summer 2004.
RS 151 History of World Christianity, 2002 -2004 (four semesters).
RS 150 Gender & Sex in Historical Context: the Body, Gender Constructions, & Sexuality in Pre-Modern Christianity, Spring 2004.
RS 120 History of Christianity during the Reformation Era (1450-1648), Summer 2003.
Lecturer, Senior Summer Sessions Institute, Santa Barbara.
Close Encounters: Western Culture from 1050-1715, Summer 2002.
Laws, Gods, and Heroes: The Rise of Western Civilization from Ancient History to 1050 A.D., Summer 2001.
Lead Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara. 2001-2002.
Duties included: facilitating orientation for first-year TAs, conducting nine TA training seminars, acting as liaison between TAs and faculty, supervising and evaluating first-year TAs, authoring grant proposals for Instructional Development, revising and updating the History Department’s TA Manual, and creating TA website.
“A Journey to Austell: My Four Conversions” in Fuller Voices: Then and Now, ed. Russell Spittler, (Fuller Seminary Press, 2004).
Christianity and Sexuality in the Early Modern World: Regulating Desire, Reforming Practice.
Wiesner-Hanks, Merry E. London: Routledge, 2000. 288 pp. Sixteenth-Century Studies Journal, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2 (Summer 2002), pp. 572-573.
Europe in the Sixteenth Century. Pettegree, Andrew. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002.
380 pp. Sixteenth-Century Studies Journal.
RESEARCH & TEACHING INTERESTS:
Renaissance-Reformation Europe, Early Modern Social and Cultural History, History of Global Christianity, History of Sexuality and Gender.