Areas of Expertise:
“Scriptural Allusion in ll. 38-39 of the Prologue to Piers Plowman,” Yearbook of Langland Studies 30 (2016): 325-329.
“From Hugh to Hugh, or Saint to Saint: Enshrining Medieval Jewish-Christian Relations in the Space and Texts of Lincoln and Its Cathedral,” Enarratio 19 (2015): 30-49.
“Deferential Heresy: Reginald Pecock, William Thorpe, John Oldcastle, and the Danger of Deferring to Episcopal Authority in Late Medieval England,” Essays in Medieval Studies 29 (2014): 85-102.
“Divine Surgeons at Work: The Presence and the Purpose of the Dream Vision in Till We Have Faces,” Mythlore 32.2 (Spring/Summer 2014): 13-30.
“Keeping It in the Family: Beowulf and the Tradition of Familicide in the Kin of Cain,” Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies (Spring 2013).
Research and Grants: I research representations of heresy and religious strife in the vernacular literature of late medieval England.