Recent professional activities by Thomas F.X. Noble, Andrew V. Tackes Professor Emeritus, History

Author: Kelli Brown

Thomas Noble Andrew V. Tackes Professor Emeritus History

Community Service:

Secretary, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Holy Trinity Conference, 2019—present


“Foreword,” in Marco Conti, ed. and trans., Nithard, Histories, Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations 28 (Louvain: Peeters, 2022), pp. ix-xi.

"Politics and Religion: Ideal and Reality in the Carolingian Specula Principum,” In Omnium Magistra Virtutum: Studies in Honor of Danuta R. Shanzer, ed. Andrew Cain and Gregory Hays, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 15 (Turnhout, 2022), pp. 391-404.

“Iconoclasm, Images, and the West,” in Mike Humphreys ed., A Companion to Byzantine Iconoclasm, Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 99 (Leiden: Brill, 2021), pp. 538-570.

“Talking about the Carolingians in Eighth- and Ninth-Century Italy,” in Clemens Gantner and Walter Pohl, eds., After Charlemagne: Carolingian Italy and its Rulers (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021), pp. 19-35.

Other Service to the University and Community:

Co-President, Charlottesville Notre Dame Club 2021-23.

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