Kelly DeVries

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Kelly DeVries
Born December 23, 1956
Provo, Utah
Occupation Historian
Nationality American
Subject Medieval warfare
Children 3

Kelly DeVries (born 1956) is an American historian specializing in the warfare of the Middle Ages. He is often featured as an expert commentator on television documentaries. He is professor of history at Loyola University Maryland and Honorary Historical Consultant at the Royal Armouries, UK.

He received his PhD in Medieval studies in 1987 from the University of Toronto, Centre for Medieval Studies.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • (1992) Medieval Military Technology Broadview Press.
  • (1999) Joan of Arc: A Military Leader Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, ISBN 0-7509-1805-5 OCLC 42957383
  • (1999) The Norwegian Invasion of England in 1066 Boydell Press, ISBN 1-84383-027-2.
  • (1996) Infantry Warfare in the Early Fourteenth Century Boydell Press.
  • Guns and Men in Medieval Europe
  • (2002) A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology History of Warfare, Vol. 8, Brill Press.
  • (2005) A Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology: Update 2004 History of Warfare, Vol. 26, Brill Press (winner of the Verbruggen Prize)
  • (2005) The Artillery of the Dukes of Burgundy 1363-1477 (co-written Robert Douglas Smith) Boydell Press.
  • (2007) Medieval Weapons: An Illustrated History of their Impact (co-written Robert Douglas Smith). ABC-CLIO.
  • (2011) Rhodes Besieged, 1480-1522: a New History (co-written Robert Douglas Smith) History Press.
  • (2012) Medieval Military Technology 2nd ed. (co-written Robert Douglas Smith) University of Toronto Press.
  • (forthcoming) The Battle of Crecy: a Casebook (co-written Michael Livingston) University of Liverpool Press.


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