Andrew Dunning

Andrew Dunning earned his PhD through the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto in 2017 with a dissertation entitled “Alexander Neckam’s Manuscripts and the Augustinian Canons of Oxford and Cirencester.” In 2016–17 he was Curator of Medieval Historical Manuscripts (1100–1500) at the British Library. He published Samuel Presbiter: Notes from the School of William de Montibus, Toronto Medieval Latin Texts 33 (2016). His research project while a Mellon Fellow at the Institute is “Linked provenance data for medieval British books.” ...


  • 2018–2019 - Mellon Fellows
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