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Keith Sisson

Bronze Level Contributor
Graduate Studies Director, University College
University of Memphis
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Mar 23, 2016
Member Since: Jun 12, 2009



Primary Affiliation:
  • University of Memphis (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TN, United States)
Secondary Affiliations:
  • TBR - Tennessee Board of Regents (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TN, United States)
  • RODP - Regents Online Degree Program (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, TN, United States)

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  • French - speaking level (Intermediate) - reading level (Advanced)
  • Latin - speaking level (None) - reading level (Advanced)

Skills & Interests

Education History

  • PhD History (05/2008)
    University of Memphis
  • M.A. History (05/2002)
    University of Memphis
  • B.A. History (05/1996)
    University of Memphis


  • Chief Researcher (08/2012 - Current) TBR Emerging Technologies and Mobilization
  • Graduate Studies Director (07/2011 - Current) University College, University of Memphis
  • Instructor of Liberal Studies (08/2006 - Current) University College, University of Memphis


  • (2010). Early World History: An Interactive Text. San Diego: National Social Science Press.
  • (2010). The Professor's Guide to Taming Technology. Charlotte: Information Age Publications.
  • (2009). Papal Hierocratic Theory in the High Middle Ages: From Roman Primacy to Universal Papal Monarchy. Saarbrucken, Germany: Muller Publishing House.


  • National Scholars Honor Society
    Member 05/2007 - Current
  • Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
    Member 04/2004 - Current
  • Medieval Academy of America
    Member 01/2000 - Current

Honors and Awards

  • Distinguished Faculty Award (04/2010)
    University College, University of Memphis


  • How the Printing Press Changed History: From the Protestant Reformation to the Modern University, 10/19/2012
    2012 AGLSP Annual Conference
  • Mobile Devices and Apps for Teaching and Learning in History, 10/15/2012
    2012 MTSU Mobility Summit
  • The Influence of Canon Law on the Development of the Papal Office, 05/03/2012
    47th International Congress on Medieval Studies
  • Hildegard of Bingen, the Cathars, and the Church in the Twelfth Century, 07/28/2010
    2009 Annual International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds
  • Hildegard of Bingen against the Cathars: A Dualist Heresy?, 01/28/2010
    2010 Biennial Convention of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
  • Political Aristotelianism and the Rule of Women in the Writings of Medieval Theorists from Thomas Aquinas to Christine de Pizan, 03/28/2009
    2009 Annual Conference of the Medieval Academy of America