John W. Dahmus, Ph.D.
Cornell University, 1970
Ancient and Medieval Europe, Renaissance & Reformation
Office: 355 Vera Dugas Liberal Arts North
Dr. Dahmus has taught or is currently teaching the following courses:
- History of Christianity
- Ancient World
- Middle Ages
- Renaissance and Reformation
- The Western Heritage: Ancient and Medieval
- Early Modern Europe
- Western Civilization I
- Western Civilization II
Dr. Dahmus' publications include:
- "Medieval Preaching on the Ten Commandments: A Comparison of Berthold of Regensburg and Johannes Nider, " Medieval Sermon Studies, no. 44 (2000), 37-52.
- "Fifth-Century Monastic Wine in a Fifteenth-Century Bottle," Medieval Sermons and Society: Cloister, City, University. Ed. Jacqueline Hamesse et alii, Textes et études du moyen Âge, 9. Louvain, 1998, pp. 241-259.
- "Dormi Secure : The Lazy Preacher's Model of Holiness for His Flock," In Models of Holiness in Medieval Sermons. Ed. Beverly Kienzle et alii, Textes et études du moyen Âge, 5. Louvain, 1996, pp. 301-316.
- "A Medieval Preacher and His Sources: Johannes Nider's Use of Jacobus de Voragine," Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum, 58 (1988), 121-176.
- "Medieval Preachers and Lay Perfection: The Case of Johannes Herolt, O.P.," Medieval Perspectives, 1 (1986), 122-134.
- "Thomas Arundel and the Baronial Party under Henry IV," Albion, 16 (1984), 131-149.
- "Preaching to the Laity in Fifteenth-Century Germany: Johannes Nider's 'Harps'," Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 34 (1983), 55-68.
- "Henry IV of England: An Example of Royal Control of the Church in the Fifteenth Century," Journal of Church and State, 23 (1981), 35-46.