Caitlin CorningProfessor of History
Caitlin Corning is a professor of history and has been at George Fox since 1996. She received a BA in History and Latin from Seattle Pacific University, an MA in Medieval Studies from the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds, and a PhD in early Medieval history from the University of Leeds.
Her specialties include early Medieval church history, specifically the relationship between the Roman and Celtic traditions in the sixth-eighth centuries. She also has interests in Late Antiquity and sub-Roman Britain. Caitlin's new book, The Celtic and Roman Traditions: Conflict and Consensus in the Early Medieval Church, was published by Palgrave-Macmillian in 2006.
Caitlin was the Chair of the Department of History and Political Science from 2000 to Spring 2005 and was the 2002 recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award. She serves on the board of the Conference on Faith and History and is an associate editor of Religion in Eastern Europe.
Caitlin will be on sabbatical fall term 2012 through spring term 2013.
Caitlin teaches the following courses:Western Civilization to 1648
Western Civilization from 1648
Classical Greece and Rome
Renaissance and Reformation Europe
Europe From the Age of Enlightenment to 1890
Europe from 1890-Present
England to 1688
Modern Middle East
Liberal Arts Critical Issues