PublicationsArticles and chapters:
“An Ethical History of the Self in the Old English Boethius
,” in The Legacy of Boethius in Medieval England
, ed. A. Joseph McMullen and Erica Weaver (Tempe, AZ: ACMRS, 2018), pp. 71-88.
“The Talking Dead: Exhortations of the Dead to the Living in Anglo-Saxon Literature,” in Dealing with the Dead: Mortality and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
, ed. Thea Tomaini (Leiden: Brill, 2018), pp. 17-35.
“Langlandian Economics in James Yonge’s Gouernaunce
: Translation and Ethics in Fifteenth-Century Dublin,” in New Directions in Medieval Manuscript Studies and Reading Practices: Essays in Honor of Derek Pearsall
, ed. Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, John J. Thompson, and Sarah Baechle (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2014), pp. 251-70.
“Isidore of Seville and the Old English Boethius
,” Medium Ævum
“Denial of God, Mental Disorder, and Exile: The Rex iniquus
,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology
111 (2012): 425-50.
“The Aesthetics of Resurrection: Goldwork, the Soul, and the Deus artifex
in The Phoenix
,” Review of English Studies
63 (2012): 1-19.
“The Mermedonian Computus,” Philological Quarterly
89 (2011): 141-57.
“‘Min herte is growen into ston’: Ethics and Activity in John Gower’s Confessio Amantis
36 (2005):15-40. Book reviews:
“Andrew Fear and Jaime Wood, eds., Isidore of Seville and his Reception in the Early Middle Ages: Transmission and Transformation of Knowledge
(Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2016),” The Medieval Review
; available online at https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/tmr/article/view/23485
“Nicola Griffith, Hild
,” Medievally Speaking
; available online at http://medievallyspeaking.blogspot.com/2014/07/griffith-hild.html
“Sean Gurd, ed., Philology and Its Histories (Ohio State University Press, 2010),” Journal of Prose Studies
34 (2012): 164-66.