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About Laura A. Wertheimer

Professor Wertheimer joined the department in the Fall of 1999 to teach courses in Medieval European History. She completed her doctoral degree program at the University of California Santa Barbara in Fall 2000. She has published "Adeliza of Louvain and Anglo-Norman Queenship" in Haskins Society Journal and "Getting Even: How to Write a Convincing Analytical Essay" in Laws, Gods, and Heroes: Thematic Readings in Early Western History. She has earned numerous awards for her teaching including the Humanities Special Fellowship and the Esme Frost Fellowship as well as a Regents' Dissertation Fellowship. Her research interests center in the arena of Medieval Europe, Ancient Mediterranean, illegitimacy in the medieval clergy, ecclesiastical administration, clerical identity, and medieval constructions of gender and sexuality. At CSU, Prof. Wertheimer teaches both general and specialized courses in medieval history as well as Western Civilization.

Positions

Present Director of Liberal Studies, Cleveland State University
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Present Assiciate Professor of History, Cleveland State University
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Present Director of Classical and Medieval Studies, Cleveland State University
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Contact Information

Office: RT 1329
Phone: 216-687-3930