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About Nicole Marafioti

Nicole Marafioti is an associate professor of history at Trinity, where she teaches courses on medieval Europe and co-chairs the Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program. A specialist in Anglo-Saxon history, Marafioti has recently published The King's Body: Burial and Succession in Late Anglo-Saxon England, which investigates how kings' bodies, funerals, and tombs contributed to the process of royal succession in tenth and eleventh-century England. She has also co-edited a volume of essays, Capital and Corporal Punishment in Anglo-Saxon England, which offers multidisciplinary perspectives on punishment in pre-Conquest England.


Positions

Present Professor, History, Trinity University Department of History
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2012 - Present Co-Chair, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program
2014 - 2016 Secretary, Faculty Senate
2010 - 2014 Faculty Adviser, Omega Tau
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Honors and Awards

  • Junior Faculty Award for Distinguished Teaching and Research, 2015
  • "Best of the Best" Award, Spring 2020

Courses

  • Medieval Europe
  • Medieval Christianity
  • Medieval Kingship
  • The Anglo-Saxons
  • Vikings, Saxons, and Franks: the Barbarian North
  • The Middle Ages in Film
  • Death and Dying in the Middle Ages

Education

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PhD, Cornell University
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MA, Cornell University
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MA, University of York United Kingdom
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BA, Yale University
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Contact Information

Department of History
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Chapman Center, 220
210-999-7627


Books (2)

Articles (5)