Thomas W. Lecaque (History) is a PhD student in Medieval Europe. His research interests include the Crusades and Crusader States, Occitanian literature, music and history, the cult of saints, the Peace of God, vernacular literature, and Latin-Greek-Syriac Christian relations. His current research focuses on the Toulousain experience in the First and Second Crusades and the socioreligious background to the founding of the County of Tripoli.
Posts by Thomas Lecaque:
- Galen Broeker and the Problem of Cunhlat: Is Peter Bartholomew from the Livradois?
- Galen Broeker and the Major Romanesque Churches of Auvergn
- Galen Broeker In the Footsteps of Saint Gilles and Saint Robert
- Galen Broeker: The Love Song of the Archives Departmentales de Puy-de-Dome
- Galen Broeker and the Counts of Auvergne
- Galen Broeker: Auvergne Itinerary
- Galen Broeker Goes to the Bibliothèque Nationale: Part One
- Galen Broeker Blog
- Medieval Latin Reading Group
- Mediterranean History as a Medieval Panacea, or, the Difficulties of European-based Medieval World History