Dr Levi Roach lectures at the University of Exeter. His interests lie in the religious and political history of Europe in the Middle Ages. He has published academic monographs with Cambridge University Press and Yale University Press and has been awarded the Royal Historical Society’s Alexander Prize (2012), the Longman-History Today Prize (2017) and the Labarge Prize (2017).
Levi writes and reviews for History Today, BBC History Magazine, the Literary Review and the TLS. He also frequently appears on radio and podcasts, including BBC Radio 4’s When Greeks Flew Kites, BBC World and the BBC History Magazine Podcast.
His first trade book, Empires of the Normans was published by John Murray (Hodder & Stoughton) in 2022.