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.

Forthcoming Publications

“Tolkien, the Medieval Robin Hood, and the Matter of the Greenwood.” Accepted for publication in Tolkien Studies 19 (2022): 18 Typescript Pages.

Review of Catherine E. Karkov, ed. Slow Scholarship: Medieval Research and the Neoliberal University. Accepted for publication in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching: 5 Proof Pages.

Recent Presentations

“Tolkien, Augustinian Theodicy, and ‘Lovecraftian’ Evil.” 57th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Hosted Virtually by Western Michigan University, May 9-14, 2022.

“Teaching the Old Saxon Heliand (A Roundtable).” 57th Annual International Congress on Medieval Studies, Hosted Virtually by Western Michigan University, May 9-14, 2022.

“Tolkien, Lovecraft, and ‘Unknowable’ Evil.” 51st Annual Popular Culture Association Conference, Hosted Virtually, April 13-16, 2022.

“Seafaring, Maritime Language, and British Identity in the Middle English Patience.” 34th Annual Medieval Association of the Midwest Conference, Hosted Virtually by Ball State University, October 29-30, 2021.

“H.P. Lovecraft and Linguistic Aesthetics.” 43rd Annual Northeast Popular and American Culture Association Conference, Hosted Virtually, October 21-23, 2021.