Mark Lewis Tizzoni, Ph.D.
- Ph.D., University of Leeds
- M.A., University of Leeds
- B.A., University of Scranton
- Current: US history survey courses
- Previous: Medieval Latin language, medieval history
Vandal North Africa, Visigothic Iberia (especially in the post-Isidoran period) and the poetry of Dracontius and Eugenius II of Toledo. Cultural transformation and continuity and the cultural effects of immigration. Reception of Classical literature in the Early Middle Ages.
“Between Originality and Classical Tradition: the Ars Poetica of Eugenius II of Toledo” [in review, forthcoming in a festschrift for Prof. Ian Wood, ed. by N. Kivilcim Yavuz]
“Isidore’s early influence and dissemination (636-711)” [in review, forthcoming in A Companion to Isidore of Seville, ed. by Andrew Fear and Jamie Wood, Brill]
“Dracontius and the Wider World: Cultural and Intellectual Interconnectedness in late fifth-century Vandal North Africa,” Networks and Neighbours, 2.1 (2014), pp. 96-117
Areas of specialization:
Cultural history, Late Antique and Early Medieval Europe and North Africa, Classical and Medieval Latin language, Late Latin literature, Mediterranean history.