Ilana Krug, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Secondary Education Social Studies Coordinator
- B.A., Brandeis University (1996)
- M.A., Rutgers University (1999)
- M.A., University of Toronto (2000)
- Ph.D., University of Toronto (2006)
- Western Civilization
- Ancient World
- Medieval Civilization
- Renaissance and Reformation
- Classical Social History
- Fourteenth-century English social, economic, and military history
- Impact of war, war financing, corruption and natural disasters on the peasantry
- Complaint and "evils of the times" literature
- Medieval English military logistics
- Medieval Academy of America Frederic C. Lane Dissertation Grant, 2003
- White Hart Society James L. Gillespie Award, 2005
- Krug, Ilana. “Purveyance and Peasants at the Beginning of the Hundred Years War: Maddicott Reexamined,” in Don Kagay and Andrew Villalon, eds. The Hundred Years War (Part II): Different Vistas (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2008), 345-65.
- Krug, Ilana. “Wartime Corruption and Complaints of the English Peasantry,” in Niall Christie and Maya Yazigi, eds. Noble Ideals and Bloody Realities: Warfare in the Middle Ages (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2006), 177-93.