Dr. Charlotte Goldy

Contact Information

History Department
Room 248 Upham Hall
Oxford, OH 45056
513 529 5143
Office hours:  T 2:40-5; R 2:40-4:20; F 1-2, and by appointment.
Advising hours:  Drop in if office door is open, or email for appointment.
Charlotte Goldy
Title: 

Professor of History

Affiliate of Global and Intercultural Studies (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program)

Education: 

PhD 1978, State University of New York at Binghamton

MA, State University of New York at Binghamton

BA, State University of New York at Binghamton

Teaching and Research Interests: 
  • Medieval Europe
  • Social history
  • Women's history
  • Jewish-Christian relations
Courses Recently Taught: 
  • HST 121 Western Civilization
  • HST 206 Introduction to Historical Inquiry
  • HST 246 Survey of Medieval History after 1000
  • HST 313 History of England to 1688
  • HST 346 Medieval Jewish History
  • HST 400 Senior Capstone: The Black Death in Europe
  • HST 451/551 Social History of Medieval Europe
Selected Publications: 
  • Writing Medieval Women's Lives, co-edited with Amy Livingstone.  "The New Middle Ages Series," Palgrave MacMillan, 2012.
  • "Muriel, a Jew of Oxford: Using the Dramatic to Understand the Mundane in Anglo-Norman Towns," pp. 227-245 in Writing Medieval Women's Lives, co-edited with Amy Livingstone.  "The New Middle Ages Series," Palgrave MacMillan, 2012.
  • “A thirteenth-century Anglo-Jewish woman crossing boundaries: visible and invisible,” Journal of Medieval History 34, 2008
  • “‘The shiftiness of a woman.’ Narratizing the Anstey Case,” Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques, 30, 1, 2004
  • The Anglo-Norman Nobility in the Reign of Henry I: The Second Generation, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988
Selected Grants and Awards: 

2011 Alumni Association Effective Educator Award

Work in Progress: 

Dr. Goldy specializes in the social history of medieval England. She is working on a volume on Jewish Life in Medieval Europe for the TEAMS (Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages) series Documents of Practice in Teaching.