John Gillingham

John Gillingham

John Gillingham es un historiador británico.

El profesor Gillingham, es profesor emérito de historia medieval en la London School of Economics and Political Science y miembro de la Academia Británica. Es uno de los principales estudiosos de la historia del Nortoeste de Europa en la Edad Media y ha producido numerosas publicaciones sobre las crónicas, lo caballeresco, la identidad nacional, la guerra y la política en el Imperio Angevino bajo los reyes Enrique II, Ricardo Corazón de León y Juan.

Entre sus publicaciones más importantes se incluyen:

  • Danziger, Danny; Gillingham, John. 1215: the year of Magna Carta. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 2003
  • Gillingham, John. The English in the twelfth century: imperialism, national identity, and political values. Woodbridge: Boydell, 2000
  • Gillingham, John. Richard I. New Haven (CT): Yale University Press, 1999
  • Gillingham, John. The Angevin Empire, 2nd edn, London: Arnold, 2001
  • Mike Corbishley, John Gillingham, Rosemary Kelly, Kenneth O. Morgan, Ian I. I. Dawson (1998). The young Oxford history of Britain & Ireland. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199104666. 


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