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UK Fellow, Medieval Studies, elected in 2009

Dr Jean Dunbabin FBA

French history from 1000 - 1350; the French in the kingdom of Sicily, 1266-1309; the political ideas of Godfrey of Viterbo; the sires de Beaujeu, 950-1350
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About this Fellow

Jean Dunbabin has published on medieval French history, on political ideas, and on early universities. Her most recent work has been on the kingdom of Sicily under Charles of Anjou.



Current post

  • Honorary Fellow, St Anne's College, Oxford


The French in the Kingdom of Sicily, 1266-1305 2011, Cambridge University Press


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