Nicholas Paul is an assistant professor of History at Fordham University. He recieved his M.Phil and PhD from Cambridge University, where he wrote a dissertation on the place of the crusades within the collective memory of medieval noble families. He has published articles in The Journal of Medieval History, The Haskins Society Journal and Speculum. He co-edited (with Suzanne Yeager) the collection entitled Remembering the Crusades: Myth, Image, and Identity published by The Johns Hopkins University Press. His first monograph, To Follow in Their Footsteps: The Crusades and Family Memory in the High Middle Ages is forthcoming in 2012 from Cornell University Press. His current research interests include the crusades, the material and cultural world of the medieval nobility, literacy and social memory.
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