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Charlotte Cartwright


Charlotte Cartwright

Lecturer

McMurran Hall 315
(757) 594-0100
charlotte.cartwright@cnu.edu

Education

  • Ph D in History, University of Liverpool (England)
  • MA in British Medieval Studies, Cardiff University (Wales)
  • BA in Fine Arts and Medieval Studies, Brandeis University

Teaching

Dr. Cartwright teaches the following courses:
HIST 111 Ancient and Medieval World,
HIST 214 The Black Death,
IDST 240 Medieval & Renaissance Perspectives,
HIST 308 Tudor & Stuart Britain,
HIST 379 Early Middle Ages,
HIST 380 Later Middle Ages,
HIST 408 The Crusades

Research

Dr. Cartwright is interested in social and economic history, particularly of the High Middle Ages. She researches gender, power and family groups in tenth and eleventh century Normandy. Her current research focuses on the status of the wives, mothers and daughters of the Norman dukes from 996-1066.

Biography

Dr. Charlotte Cartwright is a lecturer in the Department of History at Christopher Newport University. She holds a PhD from the University of Liverpool (United Kingdom).

  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    "Emma of Ivry (c. 1008 – 1080)". Palgrave MacMillan.

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