Research and Publications
Old English language and literature, Middle English language and literature,
medieval historiography, medieval regional culture.
Regionalism and Identity in Medieval England (in preparation)
English Throughout the Ages (in preparation)
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“Frið and Fredom: Royal Forests and English Jurisprudence in La3amon’s Brut.” (in preparation)
“Service.” In Reading The Lord of the Rings,
ed. Robert Eaglestone (London: Continuum, 2005), pp. 138-148.
“Animal Imagery and Oral Discourse in Havelok’s First Fight.” Viator:
Medieval and Renaissance Studies 35 (2004): 311-327.
of Engle: Constructing
Ethnic and Regional Identities in La3amon's Brut."
Exemplaria: A Journal
of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 16.1 (2004):
"The Legend of Havelok the Dane
and the Historiography of East Anglia." Studies
in Philology 100:3 (2003): 245-277.
"Iron-Clad Evidence in Early Medieval
Dialectology: Old English isern, isen, and iren."
Mitteilungen 98:4 (1997): 371-390.
Reviews and Reports
Entries in The J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia, ed. Michael D.C. Drout (New York: Routledge, 2006).
Entries in the International Encyclopaedia for the Middle Ages-Online. Brepols Publishers, 2004-2005.
Review of Christine Chism, Alliterative Revivals (Philadelphia:
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002). Envoi:
A Review Journal of Medieval Literature 10.2 (2004 for Fall
“Anglo-Saxon Studies in North America.” Newsletter of the Teachers
of Old English in Britain and Ireland (TOEBI)
(Summer 2004): 6-7.
“A Recitation of Cleanness.” The
Chaucer Studio (Recorded at the 38th International Congress
on Medieval Studies, 9-11 May 2003 in Kalamazoo, MI).