Sean Gilsdorf

Sean Gilsdorf

Administrative Director
Lecturer on Medieval Studies
Ph.D. University of Chicago
Sean Gilsdorf

Sean Gilsdorf's research addresses the intellectual, religious, and political history of the early Middle Ages, focusing upon post-Carolingian western and central Europe. He is the author of The Favor of Friends: Intercession and Aristocratic Politics in Carolingian and Ottonian Europe (Brill Publishers, 2014) and Queenship and Sanctity: The Lives of Mathilda and the Epitaph of Adelheid(Catholic University of America Press, 2004), and editor of The Bishop: Power and Piety at the First Millennium (Lit-Verlag, 2004). He also is director (with Daniel Smail) of a forthcoming digital humanities resource for K-12 teachers, Medieval Object Lessons.

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