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Lauren Fogle


Lauren Fogle
Professor Lauren Fogle, Ph.D.Visiting Lecturer
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    History
  • Phone
    (978) 934-5287
  • Office
    Dugan Hall - 106I
  • Email

Research Interests

Jewish Conversion in Medieval England; Art/Cultural Policy during the Third Reich

Education

  • BA, American University - Washington, D.C.
  • MA, Royal Holloway, University of London - London, England, UK
  • Ph D, Royal Holloway, University of London - London, England, UK

Selected Publications

  • Fogle, L. (). The King's Converts: Jewish Conversion in Medieval London. Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield
  • Fogle, L. (2013). The Altarpiece. Lucky Bat Books
  • Fogle, L. (2008). Colonial Marblehead: From Rogues to Revolutionaries. The History Press
  • Fogle, L. (2007). The Conversion of Jews in Medieval London (41:). Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England
  • Fogle, L. (2006). Between Christianity and Judaism: The Converts of Medieval London. Essays in Medieval Studies: Proceedings of the Illinois Medieval Association

Selected Presentations

  • The Domus Conversorum: The Personal Interest of Henry III - New England Historical Association Conference , April 2017 - Salem State University
  • Nazi Art Looting During World War II - Cultural Effects of the Holocaust, November 2016 - JCC North Shore
  • Nazi Art Looting - NYU Panel on Nazi Art Looting, March 2015 - New York University
  • Nazi Art Looting - UMass Lowell Education in Retirement Association, July 2014 - UMass Lowell
  • The Domus Conversorum - The Medieval Academy Conference, May 2006 - Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • The Domus Conversorum: The Personal Interest of Henry III - The Jewish Historical Society of London , April 2006 - London, England
  • Between Christianity and Judaism: The Converts of Medieval London - Illinois Medieval Association Conference, 2005 - Carbondale, Illinois
  • The Converts of London - The Institute of Historical Research, 2005 - London, England