John Wyatt Greenlee

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Ph.D. Candidate

Entered the program:  2013

Previous Studies:

M.A., Medieval Studies, Cornell University, 2016
M.A., European History, East Tennessee State University, 2013
M.P.A., Non-Profit Management, Park University, 2011
B.A., History and Classical Studies, Hamilton College, 2000

Research Interests:

Critical cartographic and spatial history
Hodology and hodography
History of movement
John Mandeville’s Travels
Maps and Memory
Medieval religious pilgrimages and pilgrimage routes
Digital Humanities

Classes Taught:
Writing 7100:  Teaching Writing.  Fall 2015 (Co-facilitator) (Cornell)

The Briton’s Britain:  The Medieval Construction of England.  Fall 2016, Spring 2017 (Cornell)
Where the World Ends:  Foundations of Medieval Geographies.  Fall 2015 (Cornell)
Mapquest:  Space, Place, and Movement in Medieval Society.  Fall 2014, Spring, 2015 (Cornell)
U.S. History from 1875-Present.  Fall, 2012 (T.A.) (ETSU)

Notable Publications:

“Thinking Globally:  Mandeville, Memory, and Mappaemundi.”  Co-authored with Anna Waymack.  The Medieval Globe 4, no. 2 (Fall, 2018).  Forthcoming.

“The Bridge to Scotland: Matthew Paris and the Politics of Mapping Bridges in 13th Century Britain.” In Proceedings of the 2017 BRIDGE Conference. University of Birmingham: Birmingham, England, 2018.  Forthcoming.

“Eight Islands on Four Maps:  The Cartographic Renegotiation of Hawai’i, 1876-1959,″Cartographica 50, no. 3 (Fall, 2015):  119-140.

Digital Projects:

The Mapping Mandeville Project

The Eel-Rent Project


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