David Samuel Harvard ABULAFIA

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1949-12-12
Education St Paul's, King's Coll Cambridge (BA), Gonville & Caius Coll Cambridge (MA, PhD, LittD)
Books & Publications incl: The Two Italies (1977), Italy, Sicily and the Mediterranean (1987), Frederick II (1988, 3 edn 2002), Spain and 1492 (1992), Church and City (jt ed, 1992), Commerce and Conquest in the Mediterranean (1993), A Mediterranean Emporium (1994), The French Descent into Renaissance Italy (ed, 1995), The Western Mediterranean Kingdoms (1997), En las costas del Mediterráneo Occidental (jt ed, 1997), The New Cambridge Medieval History vol 5 (ed, 1999), Mediterranean Encounters (2000), Medieval Frontiers (jt ed, 2002), The Mediterranean in History (ed, 2003), Italy in the Central Middle Ages (ed, 2004), The Discovery of Mankind (2008), The Great Sea (2011)
Recreations travel
Clubs Athenaeum
Style Prof David Abulafia
Career fell Gonville & Caius Coll Cambridge 1974- (tutor for grad students 1984-91); Univ of Cambridge: lectr in history 1983-91 (asst lectr 1978-83), reader in Mediterranean history 1991-2000, prof of Mediterranean history 2000-, chm Faculty of History 2003-; Rome scholar Br Sch at Rome 1972-74; delivered guest lectures at Nat Gall of Art Washington, Bibliotheca Alexandrina Egypt and numerous univs (incl: Tokyo, Kyoto, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Aix, Naples, Pisa, Barcelona); Crossroads Inaugural Lecture Univ of N Carolina at Chapel Hill 2008, Mountbatten Literary Award 2011, Br Acad Medal 2013; memb Review Ctee Ben Gurion Univ of Negev 1999-2000, project co-ordinator EU Culture 2000 2000-03; govr Perse Sch Cambridge 2002-11; memb Academia Europaea 2002-; FRHistS 1981, FBA 2010, FSA 2010; Commendatore dell'Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana 2003
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