Olin-Sang American Civilization Center, 120
DegreesU Mass Amherst, Ph.D.
University of Kansas, M.A.
University of Kansas, B.A.
ExpertiseRoman and Medieval history.
ProfileMy main research lies in Domesday Book (the great survey made of the English kingdom in 1086), related land surveys, and English "feudalism."
|HIST||103a||Roman History to 455 CE|
|HIST||110a||The Civilization of the Early Middle Ages|
|HIST||110b||The Civilization of the High and Late Middle Ages|
|HIST||112b||The Crusades and the Expansion of Medieval Europe|
|HIST||113a||English Medieval History|
|HIST||120a||Britain in the Later Middle Ages|
Awards and Honors
Royal Historical Society (1984)
Adams Prize of American Historical Association (1980)
Wm. J. Branstrom Freshman Prize, University of Michigan (1962)
Kapelle, William E. "Review." Rev. of Henry II: New interpretations, by Christopher Harper-Bill and Nicholas Vincent (editors). Journal of British Studies vol. 48 April 2009: 469-70.
Kapelle, William E. The Norman Conquest of the North: The Region and its Transformation. University of North Carolina Press; Chapel Hill, 1979.