Research interests include:  marketplace and production from the Fifteenth Century to the early Twentieth.  Complex network theory and the digital mapping of supply.  

Phillip Thomason

Current reserach:  Compare and Contrast:  Coliseo de la Cruz, Madrid; Coliseo de los Caños del Peral, Madrid; Theatre Royal, Edinburgh.   On sabbatical and out of the office until fall 2012. 

Hervin Fernández-Aceves

Current graduate student at the University of Leeds, in the PhD programme in Medieval History. MA in Comparative History and Interdisciplinary Medieval Studies by the Central European University in Budapest. BA in Political Sciences and Public Administration by the School of Political and Social Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Specialised in Medieval Manuscript Studies and Network Analysis. Interested in pursuing training in the same fields of study, and conducting...

Southern Europe

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