<p>PhD (University of Toronto)<br>Professor Wallis holds a joint appointment with the <a href="http://www.mcgill.ca/ssom/">Department of Social Studies of Medicine</a> at McGill University and an affilate of the <a href="http://www.hps.utoronto.ca/index.htm">Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology</a> at the University of Toronto.</p>
Faith Wallis is a historian of medieval Europe, specializing in the history of science and medicine. She has published translations and studies of medieval time-reckoning (computus) and medicine. Her current research focuses on medical education and the transmission of medical knowledge in the 12th century. She is preparing an edition of the earliest commentaries on the Articella, the first anthology of medical texts designed to support formal teaching to be created in Western Europe. The Articella marks the birth of academic medicine, and these commentaries allow us to reconstruct the intellectual dynamics of this crucial event. Prof. Wallis teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the history of medicine, ancient medicine, medieval medicine, and general medieval history.
Early Medieval, cultural and intellectual history; medieval science and medicine