Rolf Strom-Olsen has been an Assistant Professor Humanities at IE University since 2010. Originally from Montréal, Canada, he teaches a variety of courses, including history, political theory, and management. A former Fulbright scholar, he has published a articles on a range of topics that focus on ritual, state formation, and the creation of political and cultural identities.
• Assistant Professor of Humanities, IE University, Spain, 2010 – Present
• Fellow, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto, Canada, 2014 – 2018
• Ph.D. in History, Northwestern University, USA, 2010
• MA in History, McGill University, Canada, 1995
• BA in History, University of Pennsylvania, USA, 1992
• Strøm-Olsen, R. (2020). “The Part-Time Courtier: the periodic contract system at the Court of Burgundy”. In ‘We are All Servants’: The Diversity of Service in Premodern Europe (1000 – 1700), (Toronto: Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, Essays and Studies 54)
• Strøm-Olsen, R. (2018). “The Propylaic Function of the Eusebian Canon Tables in Late Antiquity,” Journal of Early Christian studies 26 (3), 403 – 431