Scholarly Writing



Translation Effects: Language, Time, and Community in Medieval England
(Ohio State University Press, 2021)
Available now from Ohio State University Press.

Edited Collections

Forum: “The Spaces and Times of Crisis” eds. Mary Kate Hurley, Gina Marie Hurley, and Elizabeth Allen. Exemplaria 34.3, 209-273.

Thinking Across Tongues,” special issue of Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies, eds. Mary Kate Hurley, Jonathan Hsy, and A. B. Kraebel (Fall 2017)

Journal Articles and Peer Reviewed Essays

Elemental Intimacies: Fire, Mourning, and the Finnsburg Episode,” in Dating Beowulf: New Essays on Intimacy, eds. Daniel Remein and Erica Weaver (Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2020): 147-163.

“Choosing a Past: Fictional Indigeneity in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” in American/Medieval Goes North: Earth and Water in Transit, eds., Gillian Overing and Ulrike Wiethaus (Göttigen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2019): 137-163.

“Afterword,” with Irina Dumitrescu (University of Bonn), in Remembering the Present: Generative Uses of England’s Pre-Conquest Past, eds. Jay Paul Gates and Brian T. O’Camb (Leiden: Brill Press, 2019): 289-294.

“Weathering Time in the Wanderer,” in The Shapes of Early English Poetry (a festschrift for Roberta Frank), eds. Irina Dumitrescu and Eric Weiskott (Toronto: Medieval Institute Press, 2019): 15-36.

Distant Knowledge in the British Library, Cotton Tiberius B.v Wonders of the EastReview of English Studies 67, 282 (2016): 827-843 (available via advance access)

“Scars of History: Temporal Archives and A Game of Thrones in American/Medieval: Nature and Mind in Cultural Transfer, eds. Gillian R. Overing and Ulrike Wiethaus (Göttigen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2016)

“Saintly Ecologies: Tracing Collectivities in the Life of King Oswald of Northumbria,” in The Politics of Ecology: Land, Life and Law in Medieval Britain, eds. Randy P. Schiff and Joseph Taylor (Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2016): pp. 127-150

Alfredian Temporalities: Time and Translation in the Old English Orosius,The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. 112, No. 4 (October 2013): pp. 405-432.

Why We Blog: An Essay in Four Movements” with Jeffrey Cohen, Eileen Joy, and Karl Steel, Literature Compass, Special Issue on “E-Medieval”(December 2012)

Handbooks and Encyclopedias

“Dream of the Rood” for the Wiley Handbook on Medieval Literature, ed. Siân Echard and Robert Rouse, (forthcoming from Wiley-Blackwell, expected 2017)

“Monsters,” in Medieval Culture: A Compendium of Critical Topics, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: DeGruyter, 2015): pp. 1167-1183

Book Reviews
Antonina Harbus, Cognitive Approaches to Old English Poetry, in The Medieval Review, (TMR, Nov. 26, 2014)

Randy P. Schiff, Revivalist Fantasy: Alliterative Verse and Nationalist Literary History, in Arthuriana (Fall 2012)

Other Essays
“Ruins of the Past: Beowulf and Bethlehem Steel,” The Heroic Age: A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe 13 (2010)

“Old English, New Media: Blogging Beowulf,” The Old English Newsletter 41.1 (2008): pp. 42–46