My research focuses on historiography in the Latin West from the seventh through the thirteenth centuries. Current research projects include a study of the De Cartilagine of Arnulf of Orléans and an examination of the use of Aimoin of Fleury’s Gesta Francorum in the thirteenth-century Grandes Chroniques de France A joint translation of and commentary on the Epitaphium Arsenii of Paschasius Radbertus, undertaken with Mayke de Jong, Professor of Medieval History at the University of Utrecht, will be published in 2020 by Manchester University Press.
- Areas of Speciality
- (979) 845-2124
- ACAD 330A
- Professional Links
Justin Lake specializes in Medieval Latin literature, particularly the historical literature of the Early and High Middle Ages, and the medieval rhetorical tradition.
Current Research Projects
- Fall 2019 – CLAS 262 (Great Books of Christian Antiquity and the Latin Middle Ages); CLAS 321 (Advanced Latin Prose: Christian Latin)
- Spring 2020 – CLAS/HIST/WGST 330 (Women in Ancient Greece and Rome); CLAS 251 (Classical Mythology); CLAS 311 (Advanced Greek: New Testament)