Faculty

Jason Glenn

Associate Professor of History

Contact Information
E-mail: jkglenn@usc.edu
Phone: (213) 740-1664
Office: SOS 163

LINKS
Faculty Profile on Departmental Website
Graduate Studies in Medieval History
 

Biographical Sketch

Jason Glenn is an historian of medieval Europe. Although his interests range across the entirety of the period and numerous themes, his research has focused on the political, religious, and intellectual culture of the early Middle Ages.

Education

  • B.A. Mathematics and History (double), University of California, Berkeley, 12/1989
  • M.A. History of Science, University of California, Berkeley, 12/1991
  • Ph.D. Medieval History, University of California, Berkeley, 5/1997

  • Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History

    Tenure Track Appointments
    • Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Southern California, 05/01/2004-  
    • Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Southern California, 08/01/1998-05/01/2004  

    Visiting and Temporary Appointments
    • Instructor, Mellon Foundation Seminar in the Humanities, Huntington Library, 06/01/2002-08/01/2002  
    • Member, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, 09/01/2001-07/01/2002  
    • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Syracuse University, 08/01/1997-06/01/1998  

    Description of Research

    Summary Statement of Research Interests
    Political, religious, and intellectual culture of the European Middle Ages, i particular the fourth through the twelfth centuries.

    Publications


    Book
    • Glenn, J. K. (2011). The Middle Ages in Text and Texture. Toronto: Toronto University Press.
    • Glenn, J. K. (2004). Politics and History in the Tenth Century: The Work and World of Richer of Reims. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

    Book Chapter
    • Glenn, J. K. (2008). Political History. London: England: Paradigms and Methods in Late Ancient and Early Medieval Studies: A Reconsideration/Palgrave.
    • Glenn, J. K. (2006). Master and Community in Tenth-Century Reims. (Vol. 51-68). Brepols.

    Journal Article
    • Glenn, J. K. (1997). The Lost Works of Richer: the Gesta Adalberonis and the Vita Gerberti. Filologia Mediolatina. Vol. 4, pp. 153-190.
    • Glenn, J. K. (1997). The Composition of Richer’s Autograph Manuscript. Revue d’Histoire des Textes. Vol. 27, pp. 151-189.

    Honors and Awards

    • CRCC Faculty Fellowship, 2010-2011   
    • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Recipient, Ryskamp Fellowship, 2004-2007  
    • USC Zumberge Research and Innovation Fund Award, 2002-2004  
    • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship Recipient, (declined), 2001-2002  
    • Residency at the Institute for Advanced Study, Mellon Fellowship, 2001-2002  
    • USC Innovative Teaching Award, 1999  
    • Mabel McLeod Lewis Foutndation Fellowship, Stanford, 1996-1997  
    • Ehrmann Fellowship, University of California at Berkeley, 1995-1996  
    • Fulbright Award, France, 1994-1995  
    • Georges Lurcy Foundation Fellowship (declined), 1994-1995  
    • Humanities Research Grant, University of California at Berkeley, 1993-1994  
    • NSF Graduate Fellowship, 1990-1993  

    Service to the Profession


    Professional Memberships
    • Medieval Academy of America, 1993-  




  • Department of History
  • 3502 Trousdale Parkway
  • Social Sciences Building (SOS) 153
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 90089-0034