MemberJacob Currie

I am a medievalist, Latinist, and legal historian. I grew up in Toronto and studied classical and medieval languages there before moving to Trinity College, Cambridge for a master’s and doctorate in medieval legal history. After leaving Cambridge, I worked at Oxford, largely on English medieval manuscript provenance. Since then I have been a research fellow at the Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes, Paris (part of the CNRS).

MemberCharlotte Gauthier

Doctoral researcher currently writing a thesis on the ecclesiastical, political, and military history of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century English crusading. Also interested in the digital humanities, Reformation religious/political thought, and the diplomatic and legal history of the Latin East. Avatar is from Paris, Bibl. Sainte-Geneviève, ms. 1130, f. 028 – ‘Grâce de Dieu armant le Pèlerin’. Background image is from the Chronica maiora of Matthew Paris, Corpus Christi College Library, Cambridge, MS 26, f. 140R.

MemberCarlos Rodríguez Rellán

Specialist in Lithic Industry, Experimental Archaeology and Late Prehistory Rock Art. My most recent research interests are Geographic Information Systems (GRASS GIS), Statistics (R), Agent-Based Modeling (NetLogo) and their application in Archaeology. Postdoctoral researcher at the GEPN-AAT, Santiago de Compostela University (Spain). Fernand Braudel-IFER Scholar (2015) –Foundation Maison des Sciences de l’homme (Paris, France)–  at the Laboratoire de Recherches Archéologiques, CNRS (UMR 6566) and at the Université de Nantes. Fulbright Visiting Scholar (2012-2014) at the School of Human Evolution and Social Change and at the Center for Social Dynamics & Complexity (Arizona State University, USA).