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Constance Rousseau

Professor

Contact Information:

rousseau@providence.edu
401-865-2713
Ruane Center for the Humanities 217

Education:


Ph.D. - University of Toronto

Area(s) of Expertise:

Medieval History, Italian Renaissance History, 11th-13th Centuries, Medieval Canon Law, Western Civilization, Women, Family, Gender History


Selected Publications:

Rousseau, Constance. (2014). Neither Bewitched Nor Beguiled: Philip Augustus's Alleged Impotence and Innocent III's Response. Speculum, Cambridge. Massachusetts: Medieval Academy of America. 89 (2), 410-436.

Rousseau, Constance. (2008). "A Prudent Shepherd and a Pastoral Judge: Celestine III and Marriage". Pope Celestine III (1191-1198): Diplomat and Pastor, Eds. John Doran and Damian Smith. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.., 287-304.

Rousseau, Constance. (2004). "Produced in Sin: Innocent III's Rejection of the Immaculate Conception. Pope, Church, and City: Essays in Honor of Brenda M. Bolton, Eds. Frances Andrews, Christoph Egger, Constance M. Rousseau. Leiden: Brill., 47-58.

Rousseau, Constance., , Andrews., , Egger. (2004). Pope, Church, and City: Essays in Honor of Brenda M. Bolton. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.,

Rousseau, Constance. (2002). "Home Front and Battlefield: The Gendering of Papal Crusading Policy (1095-1221)". Gendering the Crusades, Eds. Susan B. Edgington and Sarah Lambert. Columbia University Press., 31-44.

Recent Presentations:

Rousseau, Constance., International Medieval Conference, London, England, "Pope Celestine III's Construction of Marriage and Sexuality". July, 2005.


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