Fordham University


 

  

Montecassino Good Friday Roll

Richard Gyug
Professor of History
gyug@fordham.edu

EDUCATION and DEGREES

CONTACT INFORMATION


SUBJECTS TAUGHT:

Medieval history
Religion and society
Codicology
Spain and Italy


DISSERTATIONS MENTORED


RECENT AND SCHEDULED COURSES:

FALL 2007
HSRU 1300 Introduction to Medieval History
(graduate) MVGA 5078 Medieval Books and Readers


MVRU 2988 Study Tour: Medieval Spain
(graduate) MVGA 5039 Late Antique Cultures
(with Kimberly Bowes)

(graduate) MVGA 5200 Medieval Iberian Literature and Society
(with Javier Jiménez-Belmonte)


SUMMER 2006
(graduate) MVGA 5076: Practicum in Codicology


FALL 2005-SPRING 2006

(graduate) HSGA 7025: Proseminar: Medieval Religious Cultures

(graduate) HSGA 8025: Seminar: Medieval Religious Cultures


 

BIOGRAPHY



CURRENT INTERESTS and RESEARCH:

In addition to on-going work on Beneventan manuscripts, I have been presenting numerous public lectures on a wide range of medieval topics, including recent lectures on “Past and Present on the Camino de Santiago,” in which I explore how the medieval context of the famous pilgrimage route shapes the experiences of walkers and pilgrims on the modern Camino de Santiago. In the summer 2007, I took a class on foot along the last 200 miles of the route (you can see how we all did at http://fordhamcamino.blogspot.com), and look forward to similar classes in the future.


Richard Gyug


PUBLICATIONS:

Books in Print:

















Montecassino Good Friday RollMissale ragusinumThe Diocese of Barcelona during the Black DeathMedieval Cultures in ContactRitual, Text and Law

 

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