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DR KATHRYN HURLOCK
Manchester Metropolitan University
‘Was there combat trauma in the middle ages? A case for moral injury in pre-modern conflict’, in Combat Stress in Pre-Modern Europe, ed. with Owen Rees and Jason Crowley (Basingstoke, 2022), 123-150.
‘Family, Faith, and Knights of the Holy Sepulchre in Late and Post-Medieval Wales’, in Crusading and Ideas of the Holy Land in Medieval Britain, ed. with Laura J. Whatley (Turnhout, 2022), 149-70.
‘Crusading Rhetoric and Anglo-Irish Relations, c. 1300-1600’, in Ireland and the Crusades, ed. E.Coleman, P.Duffy, T. O’Keeffe (Dublin, 2022).
DR ALAN V. MURRAY
University of Leeds
Baldwin of Bourcq: Count of Edessa and King of Jerusalem, 1100-1131, Rulers of the Latin East, 4 (London: Routledge, 2022).
‘From Jerusalem to Mexico: Unity and Diversity in Crusading, Eleventh to Sixteenth Centuries’, in Legacies of the Crusades: Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East, Odense, 27 June – 1 July 2016, Volume 1, ed. Torben Kjersgaard Nielsen and Kurt Villads Jensen, Outremer: Studies in the Crusades and the Latin East, 11 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2021), pp. 21–44.
‘Representations of Genocide: Slaughter, Expulsion and Enslavement in the Crusades to the Holy Land’, in A Cultural History of Genocide in the Middle Ages, ed. Melodie H. Eichbauer, A Cultural History of Genocide, 2 (London: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2021), pp. 145–64.