Patrick Nold

Associate Professor

D. Phil., Oxford University
B.A., University of Michigan

145J Social Science
Phone: (518) 442-5434
Fax: (518) 442-5301
pnold@albany.edu

Teaching:

Undergraduate Courses:

HIS 130: History of European Civilization I
HIS 235: Early and Medieval Christianity
HIS 336: History of the Early Middle Ages
HIS 337: The High Middle Ages
HIS 346: History of England I

Graduate Courses

HIS 500: Practicum in College Teaching and Workshop on History as a Profession
HIS 611: The Middle Ages (Readings in European History)
HIS 611: The Crusades (Readings in European History)
HIS 611: Love in a Catholic Climate: Marriage in the Middle Ages (Readings in European History)
HIS 611: Medieval Religions (Readings in European History)
HIS 611: The Inquisition (Readings in European History)
HIS 639: Love in a Catholic Climate: Marriage in the Middle Ages (Readings in Gender and Society)
HIS 642: Love in a Catholic Climate: Marriage in the Middle Ages (Readings in Culture and Society)
HIS 642: The Crusades (Readings in Culture and Society)
HIS 642: The Middle Ages (Readings in Culture and Society)
HIS 642: The Inquisition (Readings in Culture and Society)
HIS 643: Medieval Religions (Research Seminar in Culture and Society)

Current Research Interests:

I am happy to supervise research topics on the intellectual history of medieval Europe during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and especially those related to the mendicant orders and the papacy.

Most Recent Publication:

Marriage advice for a pope: John XXII and the Power to Dissolve (Medieval Law and its Practice, 3; Leiden, 2009)

Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy (Oxford, 2003; reprint 2007)


Links to:

Full Curriculum Vitae