About me

PAULA DE FOUGEROLLES, Ph.D

 

EDUCATION:                       

  • University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, 2005: Ph.D., Mediaeval History, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
  • Fellow of the Thomas J. Watson Foundation, 1988-89: Year-long traveling fellowship to research Celtic history and culture
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1987: Bachelor of Arts, English Literature
  • The University College of North Wales, Bangor, Wales, 1985-86: Studies in Celtic History and Literature; Kratter Foreign Study Award; Sachar Foreign Study Scholarship

                                

PUBLICATIONS:

Fiction Books:

  • de Fougerolles, Paula, The Chronicles of Iona: Prophet (Careswell Press, Brookline, MA, 2013)
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, The Chronicles of Iona: Exile (Careswell Press, Brookline, MA, 2012)

Nonfiction Books:

  • de Fougerolles, Paula, The Archbishopric of Dol, 849-1199 (doctoral dissertation, University of Cambridge, England, 2005)
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, researcher, Love Signs & You (Pasteur Publishing Group; East Hampton, NY, 2003)
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, Surviving Death; Dying a Good Death (CCN Publishing; New York, NY, 2002; in press)
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, assistant editor, Your Birthday Sign Through Time (Atria Books; New York, NY, 2002)

Articles:

  • de Fougerolles, Paula, ‘The Pall as Contract: the Contentious Career of Hugo Rufus, Archbishop of Dol’, Responsio, 2 (in press)
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, ‘Tours, Dol et les droits du métropolitain au neuvième siècle’, Britannia Monastica, 6 (2002), 75-82
  • de Fougerolles, Paula, ‘Pope Gregory VII, the Archbishopric of Dol and the Normans’, Anglo-Norman Studies, 21 (1998), 47-66

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  • Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
  • Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society

Responses

  1. Looking forward to reading Exile.

    • Thanks Joan. I checked out rootsnleaves–good stuff! Paula

  2. […] Author’s website: Paula de Fougerolles […]

  3. The Irish Matryoshka: a history of Irish monks in Medieval Europe, is now downloadable. I mentions Iona, visit http://www.irishmatryoshka.com


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