Gregory B. Milton is a continuing and distance education administrator, project manager, and team leader with a career spanning academic and administrative roles in higher education and the U.S. Navy, in many areas of the United States and internationally. He specializes in the managing the entire program coordination and student services cycle for academic programs as well as the planning and integration of technology into program operations.
Greg received his Ph.D. in History from the University of California, Los Angeles (2004), specializing in the social and economic history of Europe during the Middle Ages with an emphasis on Iberia and the Mediterranean World. Gregory was a Naval Flight Officer from 1989-1997, has taught history at the U.S. Naval Academy, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. and managed programs at the University of Oregon and most recently at Sonoma State University.
BA, University of California, Berkeley
MA, Catholic University of America
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Project Management Program, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Areas of Expertise
Academic & Strategic Planning
Publications and Presentations
Market Power: Lordship, Economy and Society in Medieval Catalonia (1276-1313). Palgrave-Macmillan, 2012.
“Jews and Finance in Medieval Iberia” in The Jew in Medieval Iberia, Jonathan Ray, ed., pp.227-256. Academic Studies Press, 2011.
“The Transition from Ecclesiastic Scribania to Professional Notariate in Thirteenth-century Santa Coloma de Queralt,” Journal of Medieval History 39:1 (March, 2013): 1-19.
“Christian and Jewish Lenders: Religious Identity and the Extension of Credit,” Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies 37 (2006): 301-318.
Moderator: " Online Bachelor’s Degrees: Moving Beyond Access Toward Student Success," University Professional and Continuing Education Association Annual Conference, San Diego, March 07-09, 2016.
"Re-Imagining Your University’s Educational Technology Culture," University Professional and Continuing Education Association West Regional Conference, September 30-October 02, 2015.
“Markets, Debt, and Commercial Culture in Medieval European Society,” Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 21, 2013.
“Trade, Travel and Exchange: The Western Mediterranean at War, 1276-1327,” NEH Institute: Networks and Knowledge in the Medieval Muslim-Christian-Jewish Mediterranean. Barcelona, July 27, 2012.
“Jewish-Christian Relations in the Marketplace of Santa Coloma de Queralt,” 36th Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium, April 03-04, 2009.
"The Business of Local Elites: Power, Status and the Marketplace of Santa Coloma de Queralt," American Historical Association 120th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Jan. 05-08, 2006.
“Kinship and Commercial Ties in Late 13th- and Early 14th-Century Catalonia,” Kinship in Europe: The Long Run (1300-1900) Conference, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland, September 15-20, 2002.
Among 20 additional academic and technical presentations, and service as conference moderator and panel chair over the last 15 years.