Karen Culver talks with Daniel Knox about his research concerning Late Antique networks, coalition, and conflict around the double papal election in 498 and the subsequent Laurentian Schism. To listen to the podcast please click here.
This podcast is part of the New Faces, New Ideas series in which Ph.D students in the CEU Department of Medieval Studies talk about their current research and future ambitions.
Daniel Knox is an advanced PhD student at the CEU Medieval Studies Department. He is interested in social network analysis and prosopography, as well as literary and historical analysis of Italian and Gallic letter collections in Late Antiquity. Daniel is originally from New Zealand where he completed his undergraduate (VUW) and master’s (Auckland) degrees prior to moving to Budapest to pursue his doctoral thesis at CEU.