A significant part of my research involves assessing the way twentieth-century poets and artists engage premodern sources. I focused on medieval studies as an undergraduate and early graduate student, with capstone projects on the role of women in medieval North Atlantic burial ritual, didacticism and animal imagery in late medieval texts on mysticism, and the following:
“Reading Spatially: Digital Literary Maps of the Icelandic Outlaw Sagas.” Digital Medievalist, 11:1 (May 2018).
EARLY MODERN ANIMALS
“Equine Erotics, Possible Pleasures: Early Modern Bestiality and Interspecies Queerness in Plate Five of L’Academie des dames.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 16.4 (Fall 2016). University of Pennsylvania Press. pp. 72-95.
“Digital Mapping.” Invited talk, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Columbia University. (February 2017)
“Visualizing Space and Place: A Literary Mapping Project of the Outlaw Sagas,” Kalamazoo International Congress on Medieval Studies. (May 2015)
“Space and Place: A Literary Digital Centers Project,” Invited by Alex Gil and Columbia Libraries Digital Fellows, Studio@Butler at Columbia Libraries. (May 2014)