Research

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Peer Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

“Teaching the Ninth-Century Heliand in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom.” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 28 no. 1 (Spring 2021): 49-60.

“‘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.

“Joseph and the Name ‘Jesus’ in the Old Saxon Heliand.” Modern Philology 116 no. 1 (August 2018): 87-93.

“Historical Infanticide and the ‘Massacre of the Innocents’ in the Old Saxon Heliand.” Neophilologus 102 no. 2 (April 2018): 203-15.

“Anthropodermic Bibliopegy in the Early Modern Period.” Flaying in the Pre-modern World: Practice and Representation. Ed.Larissa Tracy. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: D.S. Brewer (February 2017): 366-83.

“On the Binding of the University of Memphis’ L’Idolatrie Huguenote.Notes and Queries 62 no. 4 (Winter 2015): 589-91.

“Lovecraft, Fear, and the Medieval Body Frame.” Lovecraftian Proceedings 1 (2015): 125-34.

“Seascape and the Anglo-Saxon Body Frame.” Medieval Perspectives 28 (2013): 83-91.

Book Reviews

Review of H.P. Lovecraft: Selected Works, Critical Perspectives, and Interviews on His Influence by Leverett Butts. Mythlore 38 no. 1 (Fall/Winter 2019): 60-62.

Review of Early Rymes of Robyn Hood by Thomas H. Ohlgren and Lister M. Matheson. Medieval Perspectives 29 (2014): 161-62.

Review of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: In a Modern English Version with a Critical Introduction by John Gardner. Mythlore 32 no. 2 (Spring/Summer 2014): 173-75.

Recent Presentations

“Tolkien, Robin Hood, and the Matter of the Greenwood.” 56th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Hosted Virtually by Western Michigan University, May 10-15, 2021.

“Christopher Tolkien, Medievalist (1924-2020): A Roundtable.'” 56th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Hosted Virtually by Western Michigan University, May 10-15, 2021.

“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.