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Arabus et Latinus

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Dr. Seb Falk

Research Fellow 2020

General Information

Seb Falk is a research fellow at PAL, January to March 2020.  His research centres on late-medieval Latin and Middle English astronomy.  His PhD focused on The Equatorie of the Planetis, a unique instrument text formerly attributed to the poet Geoffrey Chaucer.  He is a BBC New Generation Thinker, and enjoys sharing his love of medieval instruments with the general public.  His first book about medieval sciences, The Light Ages, will be published by Allen Lane (UK, EU and Commonwealth) and W.W. Norton (USA and Canada) in September 2020.

Short Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications