Kristen Geaman is an associate lecturer in pre-modern history at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. She received her PhD in medieval history from the University of Southern California. Her research focuses on infertility, gender, and queenship in medieval England, and she has published articles about the English queen Anne of Bohemia in both the English Historical Review and Social History of Medicine. She has also explored how fertility struggles affected Margaret of Anjou (queen during the Wars of the Roses) and her son in a chapter for the book Unexpected Heirs. Her teaching interests include medieval England, medieval monarchy, religious pluralism in medieval Spain, the development of state-sanctioned persecution in medieval Europe, world history before 1500, and historical methodology.