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Julian Yolles Harvard University: Latin literature in the Crusader States

Wanneer:ma 14-10-2013 om 17:00
Waar:Zaal A3, Academiegebouw
Op 14 oktober geeft Julian Yolles (Harvard University) een lezing in het Engels over

Latin literature in the Crusader States


voor meer informatie: Babette Hellemans, b.s.hellemans@rug.nl

Short bio

Julian Yolles is originally from the Netherlands and received a BA in Classics at the University of Amsterdam and a MA in Theology from Utrecht University. He is currently a PhD student in Medieval Latin at Harvard University and a William R. Tyler Fellow in Byzantine Studies at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library in Washington, DC, where he is writing a dissertation titled "Reading and writing in the Latin East: Latin culture in the Crusader States (1099-1187)." Among his forthcoming publications is a critical edition of a twelfth-century versification of Josephus' Jewish War by a prior of the Templum Domini, to appear in the Crusades publication.