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Albert Cassanyes


Profesor ayudante doctor in Medieval History

Universitat de les Illes Balears

Contact: albert.cassanyes@uib.cat


Main lines of research

  • Cathedral chapters in late middle ages
  • Relationship between different levels of ecclesiastical power
  • Biographical and prosopographical studies of medieval clergymen
  • Education and universities in the ancient regimen

Main publications: 

  • Cassanyes Roig, Albert. «Franciscanismo y lulismo en Lérida durante la Edad Media (siglos XIII-XV)», Archivo Ibero-Americano, 282 (2016), pp. 53-82.
  • Cassanyes Roig, Albert. «La provisión de beneficios en la catedral de Lleida durante el episcopado de Antoni Cerdà (1449-1459)», Hispania Sacra, 70/141 (2018), pp. 223-236.
  • Cassanyes Roig, Albert. «El Capítol catedralici de Mallorca a la segona meitat del segle XV (1450-1495)», Anuario de Estudios Medievales, 48/2 (2018), pp. 587-614.
  • Cassanyes Roig, Albert. «La Iglesia de Mallorca y la redención de cautivos en la Baja Edad Media», Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie III. Historia Medieval, 32 (2019), pp. 105-132.


Brian Catlos


Professor of Religious Studies

University of Colorado

Contact: brian.catlos@colorado.edu

Main lines of research: Muslim-Christian-Jewish relations and ethno-religious identity in medieval Europe and the Islamic World, and the history of the pre-Modern Mediterranean.


Alessandra Cioppi


Scientific researcher in Historical Sciences

Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Contact: alessandra.cioppi@isem.cnr.it

Main lines of research: Mediterranean Human migration, Government and Institutions in Medieval Sardinia

Paolo Evangelisti


2nd grade national professorship status in Medieval history

Recognition of expertise on the subject matter Medieval History

Archivio di Stato

Contact: evangelisti_p@camera.it

Main lines of research: History of Medieval Institutions, History of Political Languages, History of Economic Thought, History of Money, Franciscan Order and its relationship with political and economic framework, especially in Mediterranean area, History of the Crusades

Hermenegildo Fernandes

Professor of Medieval History

Universidade de Lisboa

Contact: hermenegildo.f@fl.ul.pt

Main lines of research: Transitions from Islamic to Christian societies in medieval western Iberia.

Paul Freedman

Professor in Medieval History

Yale University

Contact: paul.freedman@yale.edu

Main lines of research: Food History, Rural Medieval History, Peasants' Social History, Medieval History of Catalonia

Luciano Gallinari


Scientific researcher in Medieval and Contemporary History

Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Contact: gallinari@isem.cnr.it

Main lines of research: History of the Crown of Aragon, Byzantine Sardinia, History of Sardinian Giudicati

Nikolas Jaspert

Nikolas Jaspert

Professor of Medieval History

Universität Heildelberg

Contact: nikolas.jaspert@zegk.uni-heidelberg.de

Mauricio Molina

Head of the Art, Music, and Religion, department at the Institute for American Universities – American College of the Mediterranean (IAU).
Director of the MMB/UdL university certificate program on Medieval Music Research and Performance.

Contact: mauricio.molina@IAU.edu

Main lines of research: Medieval monophonic song, medieval musical instruments, medieval musical performance practices, Islamic and Romanesque iconography.

Mariarosaria Salerno

Assistant Professor of Medieval History
Universitá degli Studi di Calabria
Main lines of research: Religious Orders in the Middle Ages, especially Carthusian, Cistercian, and Florensian Orders History of the Military Orders in Italy, in particular Templars and Hospitallers. The Economic and Social History of the Middle Ages and relations between western and eastern Mediterranean. Textile fibers, fabrics and textile production in medieval Southern Italy.

Núria Silleras-Fernandez

 Associate Professor

Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese

University of Colorado Boulder

Contact: silleras@colorado.edu 

Main lines of research: Cultural and intellectual history, gender, court-culture, patronage, politics, emotions, and literature in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia, Europe, and the Mediterranean.

Hermínia Vilar

herminia vilar

Professor Auxiliar com Agregaçao of Medieval History

Universidade de Évora

Contact: hmav@uevora.pt

Main lines of research: Political power and political society in the Late Middle Ages, ecclesiastical elites and religious history, local power and urban networks.

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