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Tag Archives: Medieval Studies
Writing Through Lacunae: Generative Erasures, Medieval Multiverses
By actively turning attention to the erasures and lacunae left on, in, and by my subjects of study … allowing myself along the way to think and write deeply into them… I am continuously learning, re-learning, and helping my students and readers to learn, how to engage with my work.
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I’m Giving a Plenary!
Hi, everyone, I have exciting news (well, it’s exciting to me): I’ll be giving the plenary talk at this year’s Medieval Association of the Midwest conference in October! My talk will be on cannibals and gender in medieval literature, and … Continue reading
Another Call for Papers: IMC Leeds 2019
For folks who would prefer to give a paper on Arthurian animals on the other side of the pond, here’s one more CFP, this time for Leeds IMC 2019! Animals and Materiality in the Arthurian Tradition Proposed session for the … Continue reading
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Once an editor, always an editor….
Thus far in my academic career, I have edited Lenses, the literary textbook used by graduate teaching assistants at University of North Carolina Greensboro, edited Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal in Medieval Studies, and served as book reviews editor for … Continue reading
Melusine’s Footprint: Reflections on the Publication of a First Book
I am very pleased (okay, okay, wildly jumping up and down and screaming in joy like a child) to announce the publication of Melusine’s Footprint: Tracing the Legacy of a Medieval Myth, which is now available from Brill Publishing. This … Continue reading
A Little Glimpse Into What I’ve Been Working On….
So, in addition to teaching an online course and sleeping in (!!) this summer, I’ve been hard at work revising portions of my first monograph. It’s not perfect, but it’s definitely closer to what I was hoping it would develop into. Close … Continue reading
I’m baaaack…. and I bring gifts! Three CFPs for medievalists: Robin Hood, Gender Studies, Monsters!
Hello World! It’s been a while. I know I owe you many, many posts, on many, many topics–and you’ll get them, I assure you!–but to begin, here are a couple of calls for papers for the Southeastern Medieval Association conference … Continue reading
CFP for Graduate Students in Medieval Studies; CFP for Robin Hood conference
Two opportunities for you to publish and get your work seen! The first is Hortulus, an online graduate journal of medieval studies; the second, the preliminary announcement for the biannual International Society for Robin Hood Studies conference. If you’re working … Continue reading
The Week in Review, 2/2/2014
Reading for Classes/ Independent Studies: Opening Up Middle English Manuscripts (Kerby-Fulton): Preface, Ch. 1 sections II-IV, ch. 2, ch. 3, ch. 6 Gendering the Master Narrative, eds. Erler & Kowaleski, Introduction & chs. 3 & 4 Women and Power in … Continue reading