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Andrea Mancini, IMS PG Researcher

Thesis: Preaching and Penance in the Age of Observance. The Summa Confessorum of Nicholas of Osimo and the Economic Ethics of Observant Francisans in Late Middle Ages
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Iona McCleery, Associate Professor in Medieval History

+44 (0)113 343 4500

Medieval Iberian History; history of medieval medicine; healing miracles; medieval food and eating.
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Fraser McNair, Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow

Territorial principalities, ideological bases of claims about authority, development of medieval political thought, problems of medieval biography, life histories and long term change processes.
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Rory McTurk, Emeritus Professor of Icelandic Studies

+44 (0)113 343 4726

Old and Modern Icelandic language and literature, Old and Middle English language and literature, Irish (Gaelic) language and literature, Old Norse mythology, Viking history, modern literary theory.
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Peter Meredith, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Drama

Art and literature have always been at the centre of my interest in the Middle Ages; the history of the English language; local history
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Daniele Morossi, IMS PG Researcher

Venice, the Byzantine Empire and Norman Southern Italy (11th-12th centuries); Byzantium and the West (11th-12th centuries); Venetian Mediterranean trade (11th-12th centuries)
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Alan V. Murray, Senior Lecturer in Medieval Studies and Editorial Director, International Medieval Bibliography

+44 (0)113 343 3617

The Crusades and the Latin East; Medieval Warfare, Tournaments and Chivalry; The Medieval Baltic Region; History and Literature of Medieval Germany.
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Axel E W Müller, Director, International Medieval Congress

+44 (0)113 343 3614

Origins of firepower; Late medieval fields of conflict, the reception of the Middle Ages from the 18th century to the present day (in heritage industries, film, TV, fiction and everyday life).
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