Dr. Judy Ann Ford
Professor, Department Head
Education: PhD, Fordham University, 1994
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences Building, 113
Email address: Judy.Ford@tamuc.edu
Medieval Europe, European Reformations,Popular Religion, J. R. R. Tolkien
"…things that were, and things that are, and things thatyet may be:" Teaching Tolkien's The Lord of the RingsOn-Line.” In Approaches to Teaching J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of theRings and Other Works, ed. Leslie Donovan. Approaches to TeachingWorld Literature. New York: Modern Language Association, 2012.Co-written with Robin Anne Reid.
“William Caxton’s The Golden Legend as a Source for J. R. R.Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.” In Tolkien and the Study ofHis Sources: Critical Essays, ed. Jason Fisher, 133-144. Jefferson,NC: McFarland Press, 2011.
John Mirk's Festial: Orthodoxy, Lollardy and the Common Peoplein Fourteenth-Century England. Cambridge, England: D.S. Brewer,2006.
Recent Courses Taught-Undergraduate
World Civilizations to the Seventeenth Century
Early Modern Europe
Recent Courses Taught-Graduate
Colloquium in Medieval Europe
History for Middle and High School Teachers