of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, Assistant Dean,
of History, University of Illinois at Chicago, Associate Professor, 1987-present;
Assistant Professor, 1981-1987; Visiting Assistant Professor, 1980-1981; Associate
Chairperson, 1985-1988, 1991-1994
of History, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Visiting Assistant Professor,
of History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Visiting Assistant Professor,
of History, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, Part-Time Instructor, 1970-1972
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“Reguli in the Roman Empire, Late Antiquity, and the Early Medieval Germanic Kingdoms,” in Romans, Barbarians, and the Transformation of the Roman World: Cultural Interaction and the Creation of Identity in Late Antiquity, ed. Ralph Mathisen and Danuta Shanzer (Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate, 2011) , pp. 43-53.
origines familiales de Vulgrin, Abbe de St-Serge d'Angers et Eveque du Mans, petit-fils
du vicomte Fulcrade de Vendome," La Prvince du Maine 82 (1980), pp. 243-55.
"A Review of Lombard
Prosopography," Medieval Prosopography 2:1 (1981), pp. 13-33.
"La lutte entre Hubert
de Vendome, Eveque d'Angers, et l'Archeveque de Tours, en 1016: un episode dans
l'histoire de l'Eglise des principautes territoriales," Bulletin de la Societe
archeologique, scientifique et litteraire du Vendomois (1980), pp. 31-3.
"From Miles to Episcopus:
The Influence of the Family on the Career of Vulgrinus of Vendome (ca. 1000-1065),"
Medieval Prosopography 4:1 (1983), pp. 9-30.
of Empire," in Images of Empire, ed. Loveday Alexander, Sheffield, Sheffield
Academic Press, 1991, pp. 239-50.
and Empires in Fifth-Century Gaul," in Fifth-Century Gaul: a Crisis of Identity?,
ed. John Drinkwater and Hugh Elton, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992,
Diplomacy Between Francia and Byzantium: The Letter of Louis II to Basil I in
871," Cithara 34:1 (1994), pp. 3-17.
and Tyrannus in Roman Historiographical Tradition: Livy, Cicero, Josephus, and
Gildas," in Majestas 6 (1998), pp. 3-18.
Beowulf and the Comitatus," Haskins Society Journal 9 (2001), pp.
and Merovingian Imitatio Imperii,” in The World of Gregory of Tours, ed.
Kathleen Mitchell and Ian Wood (Leiden: Brill, 2002), pp. 321-35.
of the Fear of Hell and Purgatory in the Later Middle Ages: Julian of Norwich
and Catherine of Genoa,” in Fear and Its Representations in the Middle Ages
and Renaissance(Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
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“Odovacer Rex, Regal Terminology, and the Question of the End of the West Roman Empire,” in Medieval Prosopography, 24 (2003), pp. 45-54.
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Cavalry, Charles Martel, Childeric I, Chilperic I, Cite, Clotar II, Clovis I,
Comites, Dagobert I, Franks, Fredegunda, Fredus, Gothia, Heristal, Mayor of the
Palace, the Merovingians, Metz, Neustria, Salic Law, Septimania, Visigoths, Wergeld.
The Reader's Companion
to Military History, ed. Robert Cowley and Geoffrey Parker (Houghton Mifflin:
Boston and New York, 1996), "Fulk Nerra," p. 174.
Government Grant, awarded by the Republic of France, for study in France, 1976-77
(Bousier no. 76 A/6883 US).
Endowment for the Humanities, selected as participant in NEH Summer Institute,
1984, "An Introduction to Byzantium for Non-Byzantinists," Dumbarton Oaks, Washington,
Summer Research Grant, awarded by the Graduate College of the University of Illinois
at Chicago, 1982, for research in France.
Circle Award for Excellence in Teaching of the University of Illinois at Chicago,
1984 and 1987.
A. Bill Memorial Award for Excellence in Teaching of the Department of History,
University of Illinois at Chicago, 1987 and 1992.
Fellowship, Institute for the Humanities, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1994-95.
CIC Academic Leadership
Fellow, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1997-98.