Ivo Wolsing is a researcher at the Institute for History.
Fields of interest
- Latin literature
- Classical reception
- Crusades and crusader states
- Twelfth-century literature
My research focuses on the interaction between Latin literature and literature in other languages (Old French, Arabic) during the eleventh and twelfth centuries. I am also interested in cross-cultural interactions in Crusader States and Norman Sicily.
- Wolsing I. (2020), Horsemen of the Apocalypse? Turkish Alterity in Chronicles from the Latin East, 1099-1127, Viator - Medieval and Renaissance Studies 51(2): 189-227.
- Wolsing I. (2019), “Look, there comes the half-man!” Delegitimising Tancred of Lecce in Peter of Eboli’s Liber ad honorem Augusti, Al-Masaq: Journal of the Medieval Mediterranean 31(3): 323-337.
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