Jacqueline Murray

Jacqueline Murray is 3M National Teaching Fellow and Professor of History at the University of Guelph. Her research interests include masculinity, embodiment and male sexuality in premodern Europe, and theological and cultural ideas about gender and sexuality, marriage and family in premodern Europe. Among recent publications are A Miscellaneous Medievalist: Essays in Honour of Margaret Wade Labarge, edited and introduced by Jacqueline Murray (Florilegium 28, 2011), and Marriage in Premodern Europe: Italy and Beyond, edited and introduced by Jacqueline Murray (Toronto: CRRS, 2012). While associated with the Institute, Professor Murray will work towards completing a monograph on “Male Sexuality and Masculine Embodiment in the Middle Ages”; two related projects are the production of an annotated bibliography on men and masculinity in the Middle Ages, and an article, “Chastity, Celibacy, Continence: What’s in a Name?”

  • 2017–2018 - Visiting Fellows

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