This is the home page of brianpavlac.org, an organizational page for Brian Alexander Pavlac.
Brian A. Pavlac is Professor of History and and until recently the Chair of the History Department and a Herve A. LeBlanc Distinguished Service Professor in honor of his work for academia, the college, and the community at King's College, Wilkes-Barre PA. His special research interests are Medieval Germany, prince-bishops of the Holy Roman Empire (including Nicholas of Cusa), and the Witch Hunts. On these subjects he has authored three academic books and a number of articles, book chapters, book reviews, and encylcopedia entries. He has lived and studied abroad as a student with his alma mater Bowling Green State University in Salzburg, on a Fulbright Grant in Bonn, and as a director with his alma mater Notre Dame in Innsbruck. The Rev. Brian Pavlac also serves the Diocese of Bethlehem as Priest-in-Charge at St. Stephen's Episcopal Pro-Cathedral in Wilkes-Barre.
A Concise Survey of Western Civilization: Supremacies and Diversities throughout History. Second Edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2015. Website: ConciseWesternCiv.com
Witch Hunts in the Western World from the Inquisition through the Salem Trials. Westport, CT: ABC-Clio, 2009 or Lincoln, NB: Bison Books, 2010.
A Warrior Bishop of the 12th Century: The Deeds of Albero of Trier, by Balderich. Translated, with an introduction and notes by Brian A. Pavlac. Medieval Sources in Translation 44. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 2008.
Last revised 2017 January 31