Here’s a list of my essays, articles, reviews, &c.:

“A Grieving Lover: The Work of Mourning in Charles’s First Ballade Sequence.” Charles d’Orléans’s English Aesthetic: The Form, Poetics, and Style of “Fortunes Stabilnes”, edited by R.D. Perry and Mary-Jo Arn, 102–121. Woodbridge, Suffolk: D.S. Brewer, 2020.

“Idleness, Chess, and Tables: Recuperating Fables in Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess.” Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess: Context and Interpretations, edited by Jamie C. Fumo, 29–50. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell, 2018.

“‘He chanted a song of wizardry’: Words with Power in Middle-earth.” Tolkien in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Tom Shippey, edited by John Wm. Houghton et al., 115-31. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014.

“Nobody’s Meat: Freedom through Monstrosity in Contemporary British Fiction.” Monsters and the Monstrous: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil, edited by Niall W. R. Scott, 187-200. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007.

Journal articles:

“‘In fourme of speche is chaunge’: Final –e in Troilus and Criseyde II.22–28.” The Chaucer Review 53.1 (2018): 102–11.

“Your eigning hert: A Hapax Legomenon in Cursor Mundi, line 28339.” Neophilologus 102.2 (2018): 279–84.

“Number Symbolism in Pearl Lines 720-721.” Studia Neophilologica 89.1 (2017): 34–40.

“‘O perle’: Apostrophe in Pearl.” Studies in Philology 113.4 (2016): 739-64.

“Whence the buf? Chaucer’s Philological Burp.” Neophilologus 98.3 (2014): 495-501.

Reviews and other contributions:

Review: The Signifying Power of Pearl: Medieval Literary and Cultural Contexts for the Transformation of Genre, by Jane Beal (Routledge, 2017).” Speculum 94.2 (2019): 500-2.

“Elegy.” TheWiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Medieval British Literature, edited by Siân Echard and Robert Rouse, 735–41. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017.

And one digital humanities project:

Interactions of Script and Print in the Nineteenth Century: A Digital Exhibition. Co-curated with Tom Mole. Interacting with Print Research Group and McGill University Library, 2010.