Cliopatria Welcomes Jonathan Jarrett
Dr. Jarrett's expertise is in tenth- and eleventh-century Western European history, especially that of Catalonia. He has presented papers at numerous conferences, including the International Medieval Congress at Leeds and the Haskins Society Conference at Georgetown. His articles and reviews have appeared in journals such as Early Medieval Europe and several more are forthcoming. His dissertation, Pathways of Power in late-Carolingian Catalonia: charters and connections on a medieval frontier, is in revision for publication. Dr. Jarrett blogs at A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe. It is a pleasure to welcome him to Cliopatria.
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Jonathan Jarrett - 1/23/2009
Very many thanks to Ralph for the original invitation to join and the very gracious introduction! I hope to have something entertaining for you within the next week, and I'm very happy to be adding a few extra centuries to Cliopatria's coverage.
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