MA, Queens University (1996)
PhD, McGill University (2001)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia (2001-2003)
LITR 200: Literature by Literature Lovers
LITR 201: Science Fiction
ENGL 300W: Writing About Literature
LITR 312: Survey of Medieval Literature
LITR 411: Epic and Romance
LITR 413: Major Authors- Chaucer
LITR 480: Literature and Culture Special Topics
LITR 510: Critical Practices in Literary Studies
LITR 512: Studies in Middle English
LITR 530: Studies in Chaucer
“'Lovely Filth': Monty Python and the Matter of the Grail," in The Grail in Film. Ed. Kevin J. Harty. MacFarland Press, 2013.
“A Dwarf in King Arthur’s Court: Crip Theory Gets Medieval.” Arthuriana. (Forthcoming)
“Always Accessorize: In Defense of Scholarly Cointise,” in Style: An Atelier. Eds. Ann Clark Bartlett and Eileen Joy. New York: Punctum Books, 2013.
“Magic and the Occult in Medieval Literature.” Historicum.net
“Unmasking the Leper King: The Spectral Jew in Kingdom of Heaven.” Year’s Work in Medievalism 22 ( 2008): 81-96.
Co-editor. Special Issue of The Journal of Narrative Theory: “Premodern to Modern Humanisms: The BABEL Working Group.” 37.2 (Summer 2007).
“The Reckoning: Law and Order on a Medieval Stage.” Publications of the Midwest Modern Language Association 40.1 (Spring 2007): 1-10.
“Lyly's Chimerical Vision: Witchcraft in Endymion.” Forum for Modern Language Studies 43 (2007): 351-369.
“Hermeneutic Perversions: Ralph of Coggeshall’s Witch of Rheims.” Philological Quarterly 85.1 (2006): 1-24.
“Coconuts in Camelot: Monty Python and the Holy Grail in the Arthurian Literature Course.” Florilegium 19 (2002): 127-147.
“Speakerly Women and Scribal Men.” Oral Tradition 14.2 (1999): 420-429.
Managing Editor. The Once and Future Classroom: A Journal for Teaching Medieval Studies in the K-12 Classroom. A TEAMS publication. ( 2006-ongoing)
This is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes in Fall and Spring.