Distinguished Visiting Professors

ACMRS brings distinguished visiting professors to ASU to enhance course offerings in medieval and Renaissance studies. Classes taught by these scholars have covered Spanish colonial culture, the medieval English alliterative revival, Petrarch, the pilgrimage tradition, medieval Latin, paleography, and Chaucer. New for 2004, distinguished visiting professors will teach classes usually taught by the recipient of the ACMRS Faculty Fellowship. The list below shows the names and home universities of all professors who have participated in this program.

  • Spring 2011 - Chauncey Wood, Professor of English, McMaster University, Canada
  • Fall 2009 - Susana Torres Prieto, ACMRS Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Spring 2008 - Nadia Margolis, Professor of French and Medieval Studies, Mount Holyoke College
  • Fall 2006 - James Blakeley, ACMRS Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Spring 2006 - Thomas P. Roche, Emeritus Professor of English, Princeton University
  • Spring 2005 - Giles Constable, Professor Emeritus, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton)
  • Spring 2004 - Jerry R. Craddock, Professor of Spanish and Romance Philology, University of California, Berkeley
  • Spring 2002 - Chauncey Wood, Professor of English, McMaster University, Canada
  • Spring 2001 - Paul Brand, Fellow, History of Law, All Soul's College, Oxford, England
  • Fall 1998 to Spring 1999 - Lori Eshleman, Art History, University of Minnesota
  • Fall 1998 to Spring 1999 - Richard Jensen, Medieval Latin and Paleography, Emeritus, University of Arizona
  • Fall 1997 - Nicholas Spadaccini, Professor of Spanish and Comparitive Literature, University of Minnesota
  • Spring 1997 - Paul Hartle, Fellow, Renaissance English, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, England
  • Fall 1996 - Michaelangelo Picone, Professor of Italian, University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • 1993 to 1995 - Visiting Professor Program hiatus due to budget cuts
  • Fall 1992 - Mary Maher, Professor of Theater, University of Arizona
  • Fall 1992 - Paul Hartle, Fellow, Renaissance English, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, England
  • Spring 1992 - Giles Constable, Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton
  • Spring 1991 - S. K. Heninger, Jr., Professor of English, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Spring 1989 - Robert Stevenson, Music History, Emeritus, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Spring 1988 - Herbert Penzl, Emeritus Professor of Germanic Studies, University of California, Berkeley
  • Spring 1987 - Rolena Adorno, Professor of Romance Languages, Ohio State University (now at Princeton)
  • Spring 1986 - Jeremy Bangs, Dutch Art and Culture, Chief Curator, Plimoth Plantation
  • Fall 1984 - Allen Debus, Morris Fishbein Professor in the History of Science and Medicine, University of Chicago
  • Spring 1984 - Robert Multhauf, Senior Historian, Smithsonian Institution
  • Spring 1983 - Michaelangelo Picone, Professor of Italian, McGill University, Canada