Susan J. Dudash, Ph.D., is the Assistant Director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Assistant Director of ACMRS Publications, and Managing Editor of Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal. A specialist in late medieval French literature and politics, her interdisciplinary scholarship appears in venues such as Speculum, CRM, Études Médiévales, MLA Publications, and Publications de la Sorbonne. Her current research projects explore social class conflict in late medieval France and the politics of vice in the works of Christine de Pizan and her contemporaries. A member of the Executive Committee of the International Christine de Pizan Society-North American Branch and Board of Councillors of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, she has also served on the Executive Committee of the International Alain Chartier Society/Société internationale Alain Chartier and Editorial Board of Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales et Humanistes (formerly CRM). Her research informs her teaching and for her work on behalf of her students, Professor Dudash was named Robins Faculty Advisor of the Year.