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Shadis Active in Publishing and Presenting on Queenship in Medieval Europe

Shadis Active in Publishing and Presenting on Queenship in Medieval Europe

Dr. Miriam Shadis, Associate Professor of History and Center for Law, Justice & Culture faculty affiliate at Ohio University, continues to maintain an active research agenda. Shadis recently published two essays. The first, “Unexceptional women: Auctoritas, Potestas, and Queenship in Early Portugal,” appeared in Medieval Elite Women and the Exercise of […]

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September 3, 2019 at 10:59 amNews Research

Lazaroff Lecture | Jewish Women, Conversion, and Apostasy in Late Medieval Spain, Feb. 27

Dana Wessell Lightfoot

The 2019 Lazaroff Lecture features Dr. Alexandra Guerson and Dr. Dana Wessell Lightfoot discussing “When Astruga Became Blanca: Understanding Jewish Women, Conversion, and Apostasy in Late Medieval Spain” on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Baker Center Ballroom A. A reception follows the lecture, which is free and open to […]

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February 1, 2019 at 5:30 pmEvents

Shadis Researches ‘Gender and State Formation in Early Portugal’ during Faculty Fellowship Leave

Dr. Miriam Shadis

Dr. Miriam Shadis, Associate Professor of History, is spending the current academic year (2016-17) on an Ohio University Faculty Fellowship Leave. Shadis will be researching and writing her next book project, Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Saints: Gender and State Formation in Early Portugal (1100-1250). This is a study of the first […]

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September 6, 2016 at 3:26 amResearch