Office Location: Sidney Smith Hall, Room 3113
Fields of Study Geographical Fields:
Africa; Britain and Ireland; Europe; Mediterranean and Middle East
Fields of Study Thematic Fields:
Cultural and Intellectual; Economy, Technology and Society; Food; International Relations; Medicine; Religion and Society; Social; State, Politics, and Law
Fields of Study Chronological Fields:
Areas of Interest:
History of pharmacy.
Nick Everett’s research has concentrated on various aspects of early medieval Italian history and the history of literacy and education in early medieval Europe. He has published a number of articles on law, administration, hagiography, palaeography and diplomatics, and is the author of Literacy in Lombard Italy, c. 568-774 A.D. (Cambridge, 2003). He is currently working on a collection of English translations of early medieval Italian saints’ lives, aspects of the practice of law, the works of Claudius of Turin, and early medieval medical texts.
- The Alphabet of Galen: Pharmacy from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. (University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division: 2012)
- Literacy in Lombard Italy, c. 568-774. (Cambridge University Press: 2011)
- Patron Saints of Early Medieval Italy AD c. 350-800: History and Hagiography in Ten Biographies. (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies: 2016)
- PhD, University of Cambridge