In 1934, in her mid-thirties and single, Dorothy Bruce defended her dissertation at Radcliffe College on thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Convocations, a name given to a category of English church councils. In 1937, her work, Convocation of the Clergy: A Study of its Antecedents and its Rise with Special Emphasis upon its Growth and Activities in… Read more →
Elizabeth earned her doctorate in medieval history from Fordham University in 2016. She is a producer and contributor for the podcast series Footnoting History. Elizabeth also serves on advisory boards for her local city government. Her current projects include revising her dissertation for publication and a case-study on academia and motherhood in mid-20th century United States. She teaches history at an independent school in Atlanta, GA, near where she lives with her husband and three daughters.