Professional MembershipsAmerican Historical Association PresentAssociation of Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Present
Kierdorf, D. (2019). "The Mustassaf of Castelló de la Plana" In , (Eds.) Convivencia and Medieval Spain: Essays in Honor of Thomas F. Glick. Kierdorf, D. (2003). "The main motive for attacks on Jews during the Crusades was economic in nature." In Mark Abate, (Eds.) History in Dispute: Vol. 10: The Crusades, 1095-1291. 14-17. Farmington Hills, Michigan: St. James PressKierdorf, D. (2003). “The Children’s and Shepherds’ Crusades were expressions of class conflict fueled by the military failures of the European warrior aristocracy." In Mark Abate, (Eds.) History in Dispute: vol. 10: The Crusades, 1095-1291. 33-35. Farmington Hills, Michigan: St. James Press
Kierdorf, D. (2015). [Review of the book The woods of Ireland: a history, 700-1800 ]. Choice. Vol. 52, No. 10Middletown, Connecticut: Kierdorf, D. (2014). [Review of the book Ireland in the medieval world, AD400-1000: landscape, kingship and religion ]. Choice Magazine. Kierdorf, D. (2014). [Review of the book Heretics and heroes: how Renaissance artists and Reformation priests created our world ]. Choice Magazine. 51Kierdorf, D. (2014). [Review of the book A Short History of the Italian Renaissance ]. Choice Magazine. Kierdorf, D. (2014). [Review of the book Ireland Through European Eyes:Western Europe, the EEC and Ireland, 1945-1973 ]. Choice Magazine. Kierdorf, D. (2013). [Review of the book Between Christian and Jew: Conversion and Inquisition in the Crown of Aragon, 1250-1391 ]. Medieval Encounters. Leiden: Kierdorf, D. (2012). [Review of the book Caliphs and kings: Spain, 796-1031 ]. Choice Magazine.
PresentationsKierdorf, D. (2013). “"Public health initiatives of a town in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon: Castello de la Plana"” Presented at the Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies Kalamazoo, Michigan Kierdorf, D. (1998). ““Regional politics and power distribution in post-reconquista Valencia: The Serpis watershed.” ” Presented at the Dowling College Medterranean XX Conference. Valencia, Spain