Recent Publications

Ethics and Choice in the Worlds of Terry Pratchett (edited essay collection) with Kristin Noone. McFarland, 2018 (forthcoming).

“At Times like This It’s Traditional that a Hero Comes Forth”: Romance and Identity in Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards!Terry Pratchett’s Narrative Worlds: From Giant Turtles to Small Gods. Ed. Marion Rana. Under Review at Palgrave. (Expected Publication 2018).

“Reading the Consumed: Flayed and Cannibalized Bodies in The Siege of Jerusalem and Richard Coer de Lyon.” Flaying in the Premodern World: Practice and Representation. Larissa Tracy, ed. New York: Boydell and Brewer, Spring 2017 (forthcoming).

"An Affective Romance?: Gender Blending in the Siege of Jerusalem." Medieval Perspectives. 27: (October 2012).

Recent Conference Presentations

“Making up Words: Collaborations across the Country” with Dr. Sarah Adams, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2018.

“The Monstrously Feminine Heroine: Sergeant Angua and the Medieval Romance Quest in Terry Pratchett’s the Fifth Elephant” Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Charleston, SC, November 2017.

“Medievalists Writing about the Middle Ages: Perspectives from Scholars and Authors.” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2017

“Tropes and Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards!: Carrot Ironfoundersson and the Intersection of Popular Fantasy and Medieval Romance” Popular Culture Association National Conference, San Diego, CA. April 2017

“Medieval English Romance, Gendered Spaces, and Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards!. Southeastern Medievalist Association Conference, Knoxville, TN. October 2016.

Panelist for the Lone Medievalist Society on being the only medievalist in a department or school. International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2016.

“Holding Out for a Hero: Medieval English Romance in Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards!” Far West Popular Culture Association Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada. February 2016.

“Songs in Twelfth Night and Much Ado About Nothing.” Music and Metaphor. Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC. April 18, 2015.