Professor Anthony Bale
MA (Oxford), MA (York), DPhil (Oxford)
Professor of Medieval Studies
Bale has published widely on medieval literature, culture, and religion. In particular, his work has explored relations between Christians and Jews in medieval England. He has also edited and translated several medieval texts, and has recently published a new translation and edition of The Book of Margery Kempe with Oxford University Press. His current work explores travel and pilgrimage between England and the Holy Land in the later Middle Ages.
He has received fellowships from the Arts & Humanities Research Council, the Australian Research Councils, the British Academy, the Huntington Library, the Leverhulme Trust, the University of Michigan Frankel Institute, and the National Humanities Center.
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Professor Bale is the recipient of a 2016 Leverhulme International Research Network Award for a project on 'Pilgrim Libraries: Books and Reading on the Medieval Routes to Rome and Jerusalem.'
Professor Bale has recently acted as an academic advisor for the Blood exhibition at the Jewish Museum London.
Professor Bale has recently been awarded a Brittingham Fellowship at the University of Wisonsin-Madison.
Professor Bale held a Distinguished International Research Fellowship at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, based at the University of Melbourne (July - September 2015).
Professor Bale was awarded the Beatrice White Prize (2013).
Professor Bale was Walter Hines Page Fellow of the Research Triangle Foundation at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina for the year 2012/13.
Professor Bale was awarded a 2011 Philip Leverhulme Prize. This supported his research exploring European ideas of the Holy Land in the Middle Ages.
About Dr Anthony Bale