Amos Bronner, history graduate student

Ph.D. student, Medieval Europe
Social history, legal history

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B.A., History and Classics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2017
M.A., History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2020


My primary interest is the social and legal history of early medieval Europe. My main focus is on how the law was practiced and what its practice reveals about early medieval society, particularly in the Carolingian period. I am interested in top-down and especially in bottom-up, communal mechanisms of conflict resolution and dispute settlement in the early Middle Ages. In my MA thesis, I explored some of these themes using ninth-century Bavarian charters, and I am now working on expanding the geographic and temporal scope of my research.