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- Research Associate
- Faculty of Arts & Humanities
I hold a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship within SELCS, and am conducting a three-year project, Mapping the European Breton Lai, which traces the dissemination of Breton lais (fantastical short verse narratives, first written in the twelfth century) across medieval Europe.
More information is available on my project blog:
My research areas include comparative literature (French, Middle English, Old Norse, Middle Dutch); translation; medieval literary theory; manuscript culture and codicology; fairy tales.
I currently teach the following course at UCL:
- ELCS6006: Fairy Tales: Their Origin and Evolution (undergraduate, SELCS)
I also contribute to the following courses:
- Chaucer Core Course (undergraduate, Department of English)
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies MA (graduate, Departments of French and English)
|2011||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Medieval Studies||University of Cambridge|
|2006||M.Phil||Master of Philosophy – Middle English Literature||University of Cambridge|
|2004||BA||Bachelor of Arts – English||University College London|