Publications & Presentations

Publications

“Same as it Ever Was? On the Future of Anglo-Saxon Studies.” In Global Perspectives on Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Saxonisms, ISAS Volume 9, edited by Karen Jolly and Britton Brooks. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. (Forthcoming 2019)

“Review: Jonathan Davis Secord, Joinings: Compound Words in Old English Literature.” University of Toronto Quarterly. (Forthcoming fall 2018)

“Reframing the Monstrous Body: Visions of Unity and Desire in the Anglo-Saxon Wonders of the East.” In East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, edited by Albrecht Classen, 243-262. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2013.

Conference Presentations and Invited Talks

Organizer: Inclusive Pedagogies in Medieval Studies. Seafaring: Early Medieval Studies on the Islands of the North Atlantic. April 11-13, 2019. Simon Fraser University. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

The Invisible Curriculum: Minority and/or First Generation Success in the Academy (Roundtable) International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 5, 2018. Western Michigan University. Kalamazoo, WI.

Þonne hit wæs renig weder: Depression in/and Early Medieval English Poetry. International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 5, 2018. Western Michigan University. Kalamazoo, WI.

Against “the Anglo-Saxons”: Modern Misappropriations of the Medieval. Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists. August 1, 2017. The University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. Honolulu, HI.

Anglo-Saxon Ecotheology. Guest lecture for a lecture series on the History of the English Church. June 6, 2017. Grace Episcopal Church, Georgetown, TX.

The Clerkenwell Tales and the Aesthetics of Place. Biennial Congress of the New Chaucer Society. July 13, 2016. Queen Mary University of London, England.

“The Work of Giants”: Nationalism and Nostalgia in the Old English Ruin. International Medieval Congress at Leeds. July 7, 2015. The University of Leeds, England.

Chasing the “auld hus”: The Wake, Ecological Trauma, and the Legacy of 1066. The Middle Ages in the Modern World. July 1, 2015. University of Lincoln, England.

Vernacular Cartography in The Wonders of the East. International Medieval Congress at Leeds. July 7, 2014. The University of Leeds, England.

Brudenell’s Book: The Secret Life of the Cardigan Chaucer. International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 9, 2014. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

“Cripples, Bastards, and Other Broken Things”: A Song of Ice and Fire and the New Neomedievalism. The Middle Ages in the Middle World. June 26, 2013. St Andrews University, Scotland.

Reframing the Eastern World: A Study of the Illustrated Wonders of the East. International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies. May 5, 2012. The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

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