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Alexander Andrée

is Professor of Latin and Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. He specializes in medieval Latin philology, biblical scholarship, and teaching in medieval schools. His recent publications include Peter Abelard: Historia calamitatum, edited from Troyes, Médiathèque du Grand Troyes, MS 802 (2017).

Irene Caiazzo

is Director of Research at the « Centre national de la recherche scientifique » (Paris, cnrs, psl, lem, umr 8584). She specializes in medieval philosophy and the history of science. Her recent publications include Thierry of Chartres: The Commentary on the De arithmetica of Boethius (2015).

Cédric Giraud

is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Lorraine. He specializes in cultural and spiritual history from the 12th century to the modern period. His recent publications include Spiritualité et histoire des textes entre Moyen Âge et époque moderne. Genèse et fortune d'un corpus pseudépigraphe de méditations (2016) and Écrits spirituels du Moyen Âge (2019).

Frédéric Goubier

is a researcher at the University of Geneva. He specializes in the history of medieval logic. His recent publications include Formal Approaches and Natural Language in Medieval Logic (2017), co-edited with Laurent Cesalli and Alain de Libera, and Instants of Change (2017), co-directed with Magali Roques.

Danielle Jacquart

is Professor Emerita at the « École pratique des hautes études » (ive section, Paris), chair « History of science in the Middle Ages ». She specializes in the history of medieval medicine. Her recent publications include Recherches médiévales sur la nature humaine : essai sur la réflexion médicale (xiiexves.) (2014).

Thierry Kouamé

is Associate Professor of Medieval History at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He specializes in the history of medieval schools and universities. His recent publications include Lumières de la sagesse. Écoles médiévales d’Orient et d’Occident (2013) co-edited with Éric Vallet and Sandra Aube.

Constant J. Mews

is Professor and Director of the Centre for Religious Studies at Monash University, Australia. He specializes in medieval religious thought. His recent publications include Poverty and Devotion in mendicant cultures, 1200–1450 (2016), co-directed with Anna Welch, and co-editor of the Speculum dominarum (2018), with Anne Flottès-Dubrulle, and the collaboration of Rina Lahav and Tomas Zahora.

Ken Pennington

is Professor of Ecclesiastical and Legal History Emeritus at the Catholic University of America (Washington, DC). He specializes in the history of medieval canon law. His recent publications include The History of Courts and Procedure in Medieval Canon Law (2016) co-directed with Wilfried Hartmann.

Dominique Poirel

is Director of Research at the « Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes » (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris). He specializes in critical edition and the cultural history of the Medieval authors, especially the Victorine canons and the Franciscans. His recent publications include Des symboles et des anges. Hugues de Saint-Victor et le réveil dionysien du xiiesiècle (2013); Hugonis de Sancto Victore opera, vol. iii: Super Ierarchiam beati Dionisii (2015); Francesco d’Assisi, Commento al Padre nostro. Un testo finora sconosciutto del Poverello ? (2018).

Irène Rosier-Catach

is Director of Research at the « Centre national de la recherche scientifique » and Directeur d’études at the « École pratique des hautes études » (Ve section, Paris). She specializes in the history of linguistics, logic and semiotics in the Middle Ages. Her recent publications include the French translation of Dante’s De vulgari eloquentia (2011), the direction of a collective volume Arts du langage et théologie aux confins des xie/xiiesiècles. Textes, maîtres, débats (2011), and Priscien lu par Guillaume de Champeaux et son école. Les Notae Dunelmenses (Durham, D.C.L., C.IV.29) (2017) co-written with Anne Grondeux.

Sita Steckel

is Junior Professor of Medieval History at the University of Münster. She specializes in the history of religious controversies and religious diversity in Latin Christendom during the high Middle Ages. Her recent publications include Ecclesia disputans. Zur Konfliktpraxis vormoderner Synoden zwischen Religion und Politik (2015) co-directed with Christoph Dartmann and Andreas Pietsch.

Jacques Verger

is Professor Emeritus of Medieval History at the University of Paris-Sorbonne and member of the « Institut de France » (Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres). He specializes in the cultural history of the Middle Ages. His recent publications include Le cardinal Franz Ehrle, 1845–1934: jésuite, historien et préfet de la Bibliothèque vaticane (2018) co-directed with Andreas Sohn, and Pierre d’Ailly. Un esprit universel à l’aube du xvesiècle (2019), co-edited with Jean-Patrice Boudet, Monica Brînzei, Fabrice Delivré, Hélène Millet, and Michel Zink.

Olga Weijers

is former Director of Research at the Constantyn Huygens Institut (The Hague) and the « Institut de recherche et d’histoire des textes » (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris). She specializes in medieval Latin and the history of disputation techniques. Her recent publications include A Scholar’s Paradise. Teaching and Debating in Medieval Paris (2015).

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