Andrew D. Buck is a Lecturer in Medieval History at Cardiff University and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He was Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellow at University College Dublin from 2019-22 and has published widely on the principality of Antioch and the political and cultural history of the crusader states, including a monograph, The Principality of Antioch and its Frontiers in the Twelfth Century (2017), three edited volumes, and some two-dozen articles and book chapters. His current research focuses on history creation in and about the crusader states, with recent and forthcoming publications on the account of the First Crusade found in William of Tyre’s Chronicon, an anonymous Jerusalemite Historia of the Latin kingdom, as well as wider conceptions of Outremer in medieval Latin Christian historical writing.