Clementine Oliver was born and raised in Canada during the Pierre Elliott Trudeau era. She believes this helped shape her longstanding interest in the origins and preservation of the public sphere, civil society, and democratic communicative practices, as well as a fascination with parliament and political opposition. Her published work on late medieval England reflects these longstanding interests, but her teaching practices, her commitment to a cooperative classroom environment, and her openness to pedagogical and intellectual experimentation reflect the many years she spent at U.C. Berkeley. She ever strives to teach and live by the Berkeley motto, Fiat lux, or Let there be light.
- Ph.D. 2000, University of California Berkeley
- M.A. 1993, University of California Berkeley
- B.A. 1991, University of California Berkeley
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