Where Are They Now?
Brittany Asaro, received her Ph.D. in Spring 2013. Brittany now works at California Lutheran University where she has initiated the Italian program in the new Department of Languages and Cultures. She teaches Elementary Italian and will also offer a course on Renaissance literature in Fall 2015. Brittany is also a lecturer at California State University, Northridge. Besides teaching, Brittany has also worked as an interpreter at Comic-Con International in San Diego, California. She is an affiliate and active member of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at UCLA.
Karina Marie Ash, Lecturer, Institut für Deutsche Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (PhD German, 2010)
Courtney Booker, Associate Professor, University of British Columbia (PhD History, 2002)
Lynn White Jr. Fellowship, UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1999–2000
Jessica Brantley, Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, Yale University (PhD English, 2000)
Warren Brown, Professor of History, Caltech (PhD History, 1997)
First CMRS Seminar organized by Patrick Geary in 1995; attended first Medieval History Seminar, 1994-5 sessions; Steering Committee, California Medieval History Seminar, 1999 – present.
Kate Melissa Craig, Assistant Professor of History , Auburn University (PhD History, 2015)
George T. and Margaret W. Romani Fellowship, 2010-2011
Claire Gilbert, Assistant Professor of History, St. Louis University (PhD History, 2014)
Leanne Good, Assistant Professor of History, University of Southern Alabama (PhD, History, 2012)
Kristina Markman, Lecturer, UCLA Department of History (PhD, History, 2015)
Katherine McLoone, Adjunct in Department of Comparative Literature, California State University Long Beach (PhD Comparative Literature, 2012)
Thomas O’Donnell, Assistant Professor of English, Fordham University (PhD English, 2009)
Kristen L. Over, Associate Professor of English, Northeastern University (PhD Comparative Literature)
CMRS Graduate Student Researcher
Edward M. Schoolman, Assistant Professor of History, University of Nevada at Reno (PhD History, 2010) Graduate Student Researcher for St. Gall Project
Jennifer A. T. Smith, Assistant Professor of English, Pepperdine University (PhD, Medieval English Literature, 2012)
Sara Torres, Lecturer, UCLA Department of English (PhD English, 2014)
CMRS Romani Fellow 2012-13
Julia Verkholantsev, Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Pennsylvania
Sarah Whitten, Adjunct in Department of History, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (PhD History, 2010)
Antonio Zaldivar, Assistant Professor of History, California State University San Marcos (PhD History, 2014)