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History and Political Science Faculty

Mark Angelos

Mark Angelos
Professor of History
Office: Administration 8d
Phone: 260-982-5341


Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992

Courses taught
HIST 104: Introduction to European History (Ancient to 1500) [4HH]
HIST 105: Introduction to European History (1500 to the present) [4HH]
HIST 201: Medieval Europe
HIST 202: Renaissance and Reformation Europe
HIST 203: Early Modern Europe
HIST 204: Modern Europe
HIST 205: Ancient Europe [4HH]
HIST 252: Comparative Civilization (January travel) [3GC]
HIST 315: British History
HIST 318: Italian History
HIST 337: Women and Gender Issues in European History
HIST 430: Medieval Foundations of Modern Society

Research Interests
Medieval European social and economic history with special emphasis on the history of women and Italian history.

Teaching Fields
European history, Medieval studies, Gender studies

"Genoa" entry in Oxford Companion to Exploration. David Buisseret, editor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.

"Investment and Credit" entry in Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: an Encycyclopedia. Margaret Schaus, editor. New York: Routledge, 2006.

"Urban Women, Investment, and the Commercial Revolution of the Middle Ages." in Women in Medieval European Culture. Linda Mitchell, editor. New York & London: Garland Press, 1999,
pp. 257-272.

"Women in Genoese Commenda Contracts, 1155-1216." Journal of Medieval History 20 (1994):

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