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  1. Celia Martin Chazelle (born April 7, 1954) is a Canadian-American historian and author. She is a professor of history at The College of New Jersey.

  2. Curriculum Vitae Celia Chazelle January 2019. Department of History The College of New Jersey Ewing, NJ 08628. Education. 1985 Ph.D. (Medieval Studies), Yale University 1978 M.A. (Medieval Studies), Yale University 1977 B.A. (History), University of Toronto. Academic positions.

  3. Celia Chazelle studies Roman Gaul, Merovingian period, and Magic and Divination in the Ancient World. Historian of late antique and early medieval Latin culture, religion, and art.

  4. Celia Chazelle. This article explores the discussions of world chronology and eschatology by the Venerable Bede (672/673-735) and what they reveal about the spectrum of 'millenarian' and other eschatological ideas at his monastery of Wearmouth-Jarrow and in its Northumbrian milieu.

  5. Individual Website. From. 9/2021 – 7/2022. While at IAS, Celia Chazelle will research and write a monograph tracing the story of Gregory the Great's encounter with "white" and "beautiful" English slaves from the early 700s to the present.

  6. Celia Chazelle, The Codex Amiatinus and Its “Sister” Bibles: Scripture, Liturgy, and Art in the Milieu of the Venerable Bede. (Commentaria 10.) Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019.

  7. 8 de jun. de 2021 · Early Medieval Europe. Book review. The Codex Amiatinus and its ‘Sister’ Bibles: Scripture, Liturgy, and Art in the Milieu of the Venerable Bede. By Celia Chazelle. Commentaria: Sacred Texts and their Commentaries – Jewish, Christian and Islamic. Leiden: Brill. 2019. XXVIII + 634 pp., 3 maps, 31 figures, 33 plates. €116. ISBN 978 90 04 390013 3.