Faculty Profile

Dr. Holle Canatella

hcanatel@lhup.edu | 201 Raub Hall, Lock Haven, PA 17745 | (570) 484-2178

Education: 

Ph.D., History, University of Houston

M.A., History, University of Houston

B.A., History, Texas A&M University

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

Articles Published: 

“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

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