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- Royal Holloway, University of London
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- Crusades, Diplomacy, Peacemaking, Intercultural Contact, Medieval History Writing, Chronicles, Medieval Historiography, Historiography, Narrative Theory, Narratology
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- About Me
I am a PhD researcher in the Department of History at Royal Holloway, University of London. My thesis explores how medieval writers chose to represent incidents of Christian-Muslim Diplomacy within a crusading context (c.1095-c.1291). This question taps into discussions surrounding the nature of interfaith contact in the Middle Ages, and will add to the so-called ‘Clash of Civilisations’ debate.
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‘Digesting Cannibalism: Revisiting Representations of Man-Eating Crusaders in Sources for the First Crusade’, in Chronicle, Crusade and the Latin East: Essays in Honour of Susan. B. Edgington, eds. T.W. Smith & A.D. Buck (Brepols, in press).
‘Hagia Irene’, in Religion and World Civilizations: How Faith Shaped Societies from Antiquity to the Present, eds. A. Holt (ABC-Clio, in press).
‘Religious Architecture in the Crusader States’, in Religion and World Civilizations: How Faith Shaped Societies from Antiquity to the Present, eds. A. Holt (ABC-Clio, in press).
‘The Church and Prostitution’, in Religion and World Civilizations: How Faith Shaped Societies from Antiquity to the Present, eds. A. Holt (ABC-Clio, in press).
‘Networks of Crusading: An Introductory Overview of Digital Resources for Research into People, Place and Space’, Medieval People, 1 (2021, in press).
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- England, Mediterranean, Middle East, Western Europe
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- Diplomacy, Literary History, Military, Religion