PGRS AND ECRS
This section is currently under construction.
The following is a list of post graduate and early career researchers from our affiliated institutions:
UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
Iain Dyson, ‘Yorkshire and the Crusades, 1095-1400’
Allison Emond, ‘Conflict and crisis: An examination of the reigns of King Baldwin III and King Amalric of Jerusalem’
Declan Wood, ‘The Latin Empire as a Byzantine successor state: an exploration of the ceremonial, political and ideological practices of the Latin Empire’
MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
Connor Wilson, ‘Debating the Morals of War Spoils in Crusading Warfare c. 1095– c.1229’ [Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow]
NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY
Chloe Riggs, 'Women in the Latin East, 1200-1310'
Hervin Fernandez Aceves, 'Medieval Sardinia'
Marco Muresu, 'Medieval Sardinia'
Thomas Brosset, 'Siege warfare in medieval Syria from 1097 to 1192'