Joyce E. Salisbury

Joyce E. Salisbury is an American historian. She is professor emerita of humanistic studies (history) at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, where she was named Frankenthal Family distinguished professor in 1993, and was the Director of International Education.

Salisbury is the author of hundreds of publications and more than ten books that address early modern and medieval social and gender history, as well as early Christianity. Salisbury's edited volume, ''The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Daily Life: A Tour Through History from Ancient Times to the Present,'' won the American Library Association award for outstanding reference text in 2005.

She has also created a range of public humanities projects, including several for Great Courses, including [https://www.thegreatcourses.com/courses/the-middle-ages-around-the-world The Middle Ages Around the World]. Provided by Wikipedia

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