Richard Allington reports on his manuscript research for his doctoral dissertation on the expansion of crusading spirituality and its transposition to local causes in the thirteenth-century Papal States.
The call for papers for the ACHA’s 2017 Annual Conference is open. Read on to submit your proposal, and for details on submitting a joint ACHA-AHA or ACHA-ASCH panel. The submission deadline is April 15, 2016.
Prof. Walter Melion Department of Emory University, Rev. Clyde Crews of Bellarmine University, and the Trappist monks of the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Monastery (Conyers, Ga.) are honored with awards.
Zchomelidse receives the award for the best work in Italian history for her book Art, Ritual, and Civic Identity in Medieval Southern Italy, a “fascinating portrait of the Easter liturgical celebration in medieval southern Italy.”
Brennan, an associate professor of history at the University of Scranton, reports on research for his book project The Life of Fabian Flynn: A Catholic Warrior of the Second World War and the Cold War.