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Philip H. Daileader joined the Department of History at the College of William and Mary in 1998. He was chair of the department in 2007-2011.

Daileader received his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins, his graduate degrees from Harvard, and has taught at both the University of Alabama and SUNY New Paltz. He specializes in Medieval History "especially the social, cultural, and religious history of Mediterranean Europe" [1], and has appeared in a History Channel special entitled “Dark Ages: 600 Years of Degenerate, Godless, Inhuman Behavior" [2].

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