University Profile Database

Dr. Sharon L. Arnoult

  • History
    Associate Professor

    Office Location
    O'Donohoe Hall 217
    Office Hours

    T 3:00-5:30 pm; W 9 am - 4:30 pm

    Phone
    Voice: (940) 397-4258
    Fax: (940) 397-4899
  •   Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
    Details Fall 2018 3103 X10 Medieval England Online

    online only

    Details Fall 2018 1433 X20 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II Online n/a

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2018 1333 X10 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I Online

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2018 1133 X10 United States to 1865 Online internet course

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2016 1333 X10 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I Online

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2016 1133 X10 United States to 1865 Off-Campus internet course

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2015 3133 X10 World Religions and Cultures Off-Campus internet course

    not applicable; internet course

    Details Fall 2015 1333 X10 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I Online

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2015 1133 X10 United States to 1865 Off-Campus internet course

    not applicable

    Details Spring 2015 4663 X20 Everyday Life in Europe, 1500 - 1950 Online
    Details Spring 2015 3903 Writing of History Prothro-Yeager Hall 202

    Tuesday 5:30 - 8:30 pm

    Details Spring 2015 1433 X20 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II Off-Campus internet course

    not applicable

    Details Spring 2015 1133 X20 United States to 1865 Off-Campus internet course

    not applicable

  • Institution Degree Graduation Date
    The University of Texas at Austin PhD Dec 10 1997 12:00AM
  • Institution Position Start Date End Date
    The University of Texas at Austin Undergraduate Advising Assistant 1987-09-01 1993-08-31
    Southwest Texas State University Instructor/Assistant Professor 1991-09-01 2000-08-15
    Midwestern State University Associate Professor 2000-08-15
  • My primary area of research is The Book of Common Prayer and religious identity in the Church of England, 1549 - 1649.

    Other recent publications: 

    "Prayer Book, Polemic and Performance," in Negotiating Jacobean Print Culture, A. P. Langman, ed., Ashgate, July, 2011.

    "Home Schooling: The English Gentlewoman," workshop summary written with Elizabeth Hodgson and Kathryn M. Moncrief, in Masculinities, Childhood, Violence: Attending to Early Modern Women – and Men. Proceedings of the 2006 Symposium. Amy E. Leonard and Karen L. Nelson, eds. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, November, 2010.

    " 'Some Improvement to their Spiritual and Eternal State: Women's Prayers in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England," in Early Modern Women and Transnational Communities of Letters, Julie Campbell, Anne Larson and Gabriella Eschrich, eds., Ashgate Publishers, November, 2009.

    Other publications:

    "Burnt-Orange Diaspora: A University of Texas British Studies Graduate Sallies (or Moseys) Forth," in Burnt Orange Britannia, Wm. Roger Louis, ed., Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center and Tauris Publishers, December, 2005.

    "Charles I: His Life After Death," in Faculty Papers, Series 3, Vol XV 2001-2003, Midwestern State University, 2003.

    "Spiritual and Sacred Publique Actions: The Book of Common Prayer and the Understanding of Worship in the Elizabethan and Jacobean Church of England," in Religion and the English People, 1500-1640: New Voices, New Perspectives, Eric J. Carlson, editor, Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, Volume 45, 1998.

    "The Sovereignties of Body and Soul: Womens Political and Religious Actions in the English Civil War," in Women and Sovereignty, Louise Olga Fradenburg, ed., Edinburgh University Press, 1991.

    Most recent publication:

    “The Failure of Godly Womanhood: Religious and Gender Identity in the Life of Lady Elizabeth Delaval” in Women during the English Reformations: Renegotiating Gender and Religious Identity, Julie A. Chappell and Kaley A. Kramer, eds.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, November, 2014