Frances Courtney Kneupper is visiting assistant professor of European History at the University of Mississippi. She received her PhD from Northwestern in 2011. Her research interests include religious and cultural history of the Late Middle Ages, with a special focus on heresy, prophecy, and religious dissent. Her current project is titled Crafting Religious and National Identity: The Use of Prophecy in Late Medieval Germany. In 2008, she received a Fulbright Grant for her research in German manuscript libraries. Her minor field is Medieval Islam.
Her current project is titled “Future Things are Hidden from Mankind and ought not to be known”: Contesting Knowledge of the Future in the Late Medieval German Empire.