Department of History
Alessia Berardi, M.A., Ph.D.
134 Christendom Dr.
Front Royal, VA 22630
B.A., M.A., Classics, Universita’ degli Studi di Milano
Ph.D. (cand.), Medieval Studies, Center for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
- History of Western Civilization I
- History of Western Civilization II
- Medieval Saints, Relics, and Hagiography
- Senior Thesis Seminar
- History of Ancient Greece
Reading short stories and history fiction, baking, gardening, and going for walks
areas of expertise
History of medieval education, Twelfth-century cathedral schools, Latin Palaeography, Manuscript Studies, Carolingian Renaissance, Biblical Exegesis, Medieval Latin
“Glose Super Glossas Ysaie, a New Work by Peter Comestor?” Scriptorium 74, n. 2 (2020): 159-209.
“Stephen Langton, Educator of Preachers.” Paper presented at the 58th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan (May 11th-13th, 2023)
“Stephen Langton’s Lectures on Isaiah.” Paper presented at the 3rd Toronto-Washington Colloquium for the Study of the Bible and Theology in the Middle Ages, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. (21-22 May 2018).
“Irish Provenance or Carolingian Origin? The case-study of the anonymous commentary on the Song of Songs of Orléans-Wolfenbüttel.” Paper presented at Medialatinitas, International Medieval Latin Congress,University of Vienna (17-22 September 2017).
“Theologia as a Work in Progress: Three Twelfth-Century Notulae on the Gospel of Mark.” Paper presented at the annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, University of Toronto (6-8 April 2017).