Eileen Dugan

Eileen Dugan, Ph.D.

Eileen Dugan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Director, Creighton University Summer School in Ireland

402.280.3156
Humanities Center 228
EileenDugan@creighton.edu

Eileen Dugan

Eileen Dugan specializes in Renaissance and Reformation history. In addition to her courses in early modern European history, Dr. Dugan offers courses in medieval European and Irish history. Her research focuses on devotional literature and social history in Lutheran Germany in the 16th and 17th centuries. She is an instructor in the Energy Technology program, co-teaching a course on the history of materials with a member of the Physics Department, and directs Creighton’s Irish summer program, in which students spend three weeks living and learning at Trinity College Dublin.

Education

Ph.D. and M.A., The Ohio State University
B.A., Texas Tech University

Courses Taught

Seeking God in the Medieval West
The Vikings
The Renaissance
The Rise of the Irish Free State

Recent Articles

“The ‘Poor Sinner’ of Nördlingen: A Lutheran Criminal Conversion Narrative”, in Tod und Jenseitsvorstellungen in der Schriftkultur der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Cornelia Niekus Moore and Marion Kobelt-Groch