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This person no longer works at Ghent University.
HPIMS/DH - Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies (History)
Projects as PhD researcher
Monastic leadership in the post-charismatic age. Constructing a new paradigm for the study of reforms before the emergence of the great Orders (Western Europe, tenth-early twelfth centuries)
Projects as researcher
Feodor-Lynen research postdoctoral fellowship of the Humboldt-foundation for Dr. Ben Pohl
Most recent publications
Pohl, Benjamin. “The ’Bec Liber Vitae’ : Robert of Torigni’s Sources for Writing the History of the Clare Family at Le Bec, c.1128-54.”
, vol. 126, no. 2, Brepols, 2016, pp. 324–73.
Pohl, Benjamin. “The Date and Context of Robert of Torigni’s Chronica in London, British Library, Cotton MS. Domitian A Viii, Fols. 71r-94v.”
ELECTRONIC BRITISH LIBRARY JOURNAL
, The British Library, 2016.
Pohl, Benjamin. “Dudo of Saint-Quentin’s Historia Normannorum: Tradition, Innovation and Memory.”
Writing History in the Middle Ages
, vol. 1, Boydell & Brewer/York Medieval Press, 2015.
Pohl, Benjamin. “The Illustrated Archetype of the Historia Normannorum: Did Dudo of St. Quentin Write a ‘Chronicon Pictum’?”
, vol. 37, Boydell & Brewer, 2015, pp. 225–55.
Pohl, Benjamin. “When Did Robert of Torigni First Receive Henry of Huntingdon’s Historia Anglorum, and Why Does It Matter?”
Haskins Society Journal
, vol. 26, Boydell & Brewer, 2015, pp. 143–68.