University Profile Database

Dr. Sharon L. Arnoult

  • History
    Associate Professor

    Office Location
    O'Donohoe Hall 217
    Office Hours

    M 4:00-5 pm; T 9 am - noon; W 9 - 10 am and as posted

    Phone
    Voice: (940) 397-4258
    Fax: (940) 397-4899
  •   Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
    Details Spring 2020 5673 X20 History of Women in the United States and Great Britain internet course

    n/a

    Details Spring 2020 4673 X20 History of Women in the United States and Great Britain internet course
    Details Spring 2020 1433 X20 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II internet course

    not applicable

    Details Spring 2020 1333 X20 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I internet course

    not applicable

    Details Spring 2020 1133 X20 United States to 1865 internet course

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2018 3103 X10 Medieval England

    online only

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

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2018 1333 X10 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2018 1133 X10 United States to 1865 internet course

    not applicable

    Details Fall 2016 1333 X10 SURVEY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I

    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

    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
    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