Marguerite Ragnow


  • James Ford Bell Library
    222-21st Avenue South, Suite 15
    Minneapolis, MN 55455

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Note: Can only be co-advisor, not primary dissertation advisor. Early Middle Ages, plus any subject covered by the James Ford Bell Library


Research activity per year

Personal profile

Professional Information

Curator, James Ford Bell Library

Graduate Faculty:  Dept of History; Medieval Studies; Early Modern Studies

Co-PI:  Consortium for the Study of the Early Modern World

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, The Worldly Cares of Abbess Richildis: Power, Property and Female Religions in 11th-Century Anjou, University of Minnesota

Award Date: Mar 14 2006

External Positions

Treasurer, Map & Geospatial Information Round Table, American Library Assoc.

Jul 1 2019Jun 30 2020

Asst Treasurer/Treasurer elect, Map & Geospatial Information Round Table, American Library Assoc.

Jul 1 2018Jun 30 2019

President, Society for the History of Discoveries

Sep 23 2017Nov 16 2019

Vice President/President Elect, Society for the History of Discoveries

Jul 9 2015Sep 23 2017

Treasurer, Minnesota Center for the Book Arts

Jan 1 2009Dec 31 2013

Ass't Committee Appointments, Rare Book and Manuscript Section, ACRL/ALA


Research Interest Keywords

  • History of the Book
  • Medieval Monasticism
  • History of Cartography
  • Pre-modern global studies
  • Digital Humanities


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