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Lauren Doughty

Adjunct Instructor

Lauren Doughty
Lauren Doughty

Dr. Lauren Doughty completed her PhD in Medieval History at Louisiana State University in 2017. Specializing in Anglo-Scandinavian history during the ninth through eleventh centuries, Dr. Doughty also minored in ancient World History with a concentration in African and Chinese studies. A prolific conference presenter, Dr. Doughty has spoken on her specialty including royal authority, female power and noble accommodation in both the U.S. and U.K. Currently working on an article on the complexities of the tenth century West Saxon court, Dr. Doughty will be presenting at the International Congress of Medieval Studies at the University of Michigan in May 2022. Dr. Doughty began her teaching career at Loyola in 2012 and continues to thrive in the classroom setting. 


Ph.D, Medieval History, Louisiana State University, M.A., European History, Southeastern Louisiana University, B.A., History, Troy University

Classes Taught

Global History I

Global History II

Raging Romans to Vicious Vikings: Identity in Medieval Britain

English History to 1688

The Crusades

Areas of Expertise

Medieval History

Anglo-Scandinavian History

Women’s History

Royal Power, Law

Late Antiquity