Dr John Sabapathy
Lecturer in Medieval History
Office: 405, 24 Gordon Square
Office hour: Wednesday 1-2pm, Terms 1-2; by appointment Term 3
External phone: 020 7679 3822
Internal phone: 33822
I work on the comparative history of Europe/Christendom in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
I am currently completing a monograph on officers and their accountability in the Middle Ages, focusing on English officers in an European context.
My next project is a wide-randing study of thirteenth century Europe, 'The Cultivation of Christendom', a volume within the Oxford History of Medieval Europe.
My teaching includes: ‘Concepts, categories and the practice of history’ and 'Rationality' for undergraduates; and Medieval Latin and 'Europe's Long Thirteenth Century' for our Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MARS) MA, for which I am also Degree Tutor.
I studied at Wadham College, Oxford; King's College, London; and UCL, where I gained my PhD. Before returning to UCL I was a Junior Research Fellow at St John's College, Oxford. Between my BA and graduate degrees I worked in public policy on sustainable development and corporate accountability for several research institutes.
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