A faculty member at Saint Vincent College since 1998, Dr. Bogner specializes in the medieval period of European history (ca.500-ca.1500). In his courses, he seeks to dispel the many myths of this most misunderstood and maligned epoch of the human past while guiding students in understanding and appreciating its rich and influential culture. Dr. Bogner resides in Greensburg, PA, with his wife, son, dog, and three cats. His love of Star Wars, Star Trek, Dungeons & Dragons, graphic novels, vintage toys, and classic rock is legendary!
“The Diplomatic Career of Sir John Colville (ca. 1365–ca. 1447).” Medieval People: Social Bonds, Kinship, and Networks 36 (2022):
“’To brave hardship willingly’: Sir Ralph Gray and the Siege of Roxburgh.” Archaeologia Aeliana, 5th ser., 42 (2013): 161-79.
“’Military’ Knighthood in the Lancastrian Era: the Case of Sir John Montgomery.” Journal of Medieval Military History 7 (2009): 104-26.
“Alchemists, Pirates, and Pilgrims: Toward a Revised Model of English Knighthood in Lancastrian England.” The Ricardian: Journal of the Richard III Society 16 (2006): 100-12.
“The English Knights of 1434: A Prosopographical Approach.” Medieval Prosopography 25 (2004): 178-215.
“William the Conqueror,” “Battle of Crécy,” and “Battle of Agincourt” in Medieval Lego by Greyson Beights. San Francisco: No Starch Press, Inc., 2015.