Her primary scholarly work has been in the field of late medieval education and literacy where she has published a prize-winning book, The Growth of English Schooling, and a number of articles on topics such as the methodologies for determining literacy, education and social mobility and common-profit libraries. She has co-authored a textbook on Medieval history, entitled Medieval Worlds, with Richard Gerberding; she has published a study of ordinations in the diocese of York between 1340-1530, and an article on popular attitudes towards Islam in medieval Europe. More recently she published “Dante, Purgatorio II and the Jubilee of Boniface VIII,” in Dante Studies.
Professor Moran Cruz is currently revising her often cited lecture on “The Roman de la Rose and Thirteenth-century Prohibitions of Homosexuality” for publication and co-writing a book on Religion and the State in the Islamic and Christian Worlds. She is also working on an article on the figure of Matelda in Dante's Purgatorio, linking her with empire and with Dante's politics. She has been working, for several years, on a book tentatively entitled "A Question of Obedience: The Marital Tributions of an Elizabethan Family," a study based on surviving letters from the Willoughby family outside Nottingham, England.
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