Dr. Holle Canatella
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Ph.D. (History), University of Houston, 2010
MA (History), University of Houston, 2005
BA (History), Texas A&M University, 2002
Courses Most Commonly Taught: World History 1, Medieval Europe, Early Christianity, Ancient Mediterranean, Renaissance and Reformation
Courses Developed: Witchcraft in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Early Christianity
Research Areas: Religion in the High Middle Ages, Women in medieval Europe, medieval friendship
“Loving Friendship in Baudri of Bourgueil’s Poetic Correspondence with the Women of Le Ronceray,” Medieval Feminist Forum 48.2 (2013): 5-42.
“Long-Distance Love: The Ideology of Male-Female Spiritual Friendship in Goscelin of St. Bertin’s Liber Confortatorius,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 19.1 (2010): 35-53.
“Friendship in Anselm of Canterbury’s Correspondence: Ideals and Experience,” Viator 38.2 (2007): 351-367.
Areas of Expertise: Roman Republic and Empire, Medieval Europe, Early Modern England