Prof. Dr. Patrick Nold

University of Albany

 

  Curriculum vitae
  1993: Bachelor of Arts w/ History Major – Highest Honors (University of Michigan); 1999: Doctor of Philosophy in Modern History (Oxford University); Dissertation: “Bertrand de la Tour and Franciscan Poverty”; 2003: Post-Doctoral Licence in Mediaeval Studies (PIMS Toronto); 2004–2006: Post-Doctoral Fellowship for American Scientists and Scholars (Alexander von Humboldt) at the Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Munich; 2008–2009: Deborah Loeb Brice Fellowship, Villa I Tatti – the Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence, Italy; since 2009: Associate Professor of History, University at Albany.

Ausgewählte Publikationen:
Marriage advice for a pope: John XXII and the Power to Dissolve, (Medieval Law and its Practice 3), Leiden 2009;
Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy; Oxford 2003, repr. 2007;
Bertrand de la Tour O.Min.: life and works, in: Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 94 (2001), pp. 275–323;
Pope John XXII’s annotations on the Franciscan Rule: Content and Contexts, in: Franciscan Studies (2007), pp. 295–324;
Thomas of Braunceston O.M./O.P., in: M. Schlosser and T. Prügl, Kirchenbild und Spiritualität: Dominikanische Beträge zur Ekklesiologie und zum kirchlichen Leben im Mittelalter: Festschrift für Professor Ulrich Horst zum 75. Geburtstag, Paderborn 2007, pp 179–95;
Two views of John XXII as a heretical pope, in: M. Cusato and G. Geltner (eds.), Defenders and Critics of Franciscan Life: Essays in Honor of John V. Fleming, Leiden 2009, pp. 139–158;
John XXII, the Franciscans, and the Rule, in: The Cambridge Companion to St. Francis (in press);
Jean XXII et Bertrand de la Tour: anatomie d’une relation”, in : Jean XXII et le Midi (Cahiers de Fanjeaux 45, in press).