Tristan Sharp

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PhD program
Tristan’s research interests include: pastoralia; monastic spirituality and discipline; theology; law. His thesis will investigate the use of pastoralia by monks and regular canons in thirteenth-century England.

Advisory Committee

Joseph Goering (Supervisor), Professor of History, University of Toronto; Isabelle Cochelin, Assoc. Professor of History, University of Toronto; M. Michèle Mulchahey, Chair in Manuscript Studies, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies; Robert Sweetman, Chair in the History of Philosophy, Institute for Christian Studies

Major Field title

Monks, Regular Canons, and Religious Reform, c. 1180- c.1340

Conference Papers

“The Speculum ecclesie of Edmund of Abingdon: Monastic Piety and Communal Learning.” Forty-fifth International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, MI, May 13-16, 2010)