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Jason Stubblefield


Jason Stubblefield is a doctoral student in the department of history, where he studies ecclesiastical history, biblical exegesis, and liturgy in the medieval west.  Jason's current research explores the place of religion in the historical thought of Anglo-Norman England.  He is particularly interested in how sacred conceptions of the past, ever present in liturgy and the reading of the Bible, influenced a monk who was also a prolific historian--William of Malmesbury.  


B.A. History, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

M.Div. Duke University