Keep in mind that all publications provided on this page are proofs. Please double-check the final published version before citing them.
“Teaching the 9th-Century Heliand in the 21st-Century Classroom.” Accepted for Publication in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. 11 Proof Pages.
Peer Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
“‘Gone, the Song of Gamelyn’: John Keats and the Medieval Robin Hood.” Robin Hood and the Outlaw/ed Literary Canon. Eds. Leslie Coote and Alexander Kaufman. London: Routledge. (August 2018): 150-66.
“Lovecraft, Fear, and the Medieval Body Frame.” Lovecraftian Proceedings 1 (2015): 125-34.
“The ‘Thanes of the Devil’ in the Old English Andreas.” 28th Annual Texas Medieval Association Conference, Lubbock, TX, October 25-27, 2018.
“Books of Skin: Anthropodermic Bibliopegy in the Pre-Modern World.” Baylor University Medieval and Renaissance Research Seminar, Waco, TX, October 8, 2018.
“The Name ‘Jesus’ in the Old Saxon Heliand.” 53rd Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 10-13, 2018.
“Teaching the 9th-Century Heliand in the 21st-Century Classroom.” 85th Annual Conference of College Teachers of English, Stephenville, TX, March 1-3, 2018.
“Christophany and Divine Power in the Old English Andreas.” 43rd Annual Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Charleston, SC, November 16-18, 2017.
2009 International Association for Robin Hood Studies
2012 Medieval Academy of America
2012 Southeastern Medieval Association
2015 Society for the Study of Early Medieval England