John Charles Arnold
Ph.D., University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, 1997
E319 Thompson Hall
Office Phone: 716/673-3179
ON SABBATICAL LEAVE FALL 2015
I teach courses on ancient and medieval Europe. My research on the veneration of Saint Michael the Archangel has yielded the book The Footprints of Michael the Archangel: The Formation and Diffusion of a Saintly Cult, c. 300-c. 800 (Palgrave, 2013). I have also presented at numerous academic conferences, including those of the New York State Association of European Historians, the International Congress on Medieval Studies, and the Annual Symposium on Pilgrimage Studies. My new project focuses on the monastery of Mont Saint-Michel.
The Footprints of Michael the Archangel: The Formation and Diffusion of a Saintly Cult, c. 300-c. 800 (Palgrave, 2013).
“The Containment of Angels: Boniface, Aldebert, and the Roman Synod of 745,” Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae (Warsaw, 2012), pp. 211-242.
“The Revelatio ecclesiae de Sancti Michaelis and the Mediterranean Origins of Mont Saint-Michel,” The Heroic Age, Issue 10 “Saints and Sanctity” (May 2007).
“Arcadia Becomes Jerusalem: Angelic Caverns and Shrine Conversion at Monte Gargano,” Speculum, vol. 75 (July, 2000), pp 567-88.
- HIST 115, Western Civilization I
- HIST 301, The Greek World
- HIST 302, The Roman Republic and Empire
- HIST 303, Middle Ages I
- HIST 304, Middle Ages II
- HIST 305, Europe in the Era of the Renaissance
- HIST 391, History of Christianity I