- Chaucer's dream visions
- Textual reception
- Medieval and early modern science
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Notre Dame
- Ph.D., Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
- M.A., Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
- M.A., English, Queen’s University
- B.A., English, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan
- Textual Communities, Textual Selves: Essays in Dialogue with Brian Stock, Ed. Sarah Powrie and Gur Zak
- "Bernard Silvestris' Cosmographia and the Transformation of the Self"
- "Keats Reading Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde and 'The Eve of St. Agnes'"
Selected Publications and Presentations
- "Addiction and the Reinterpretation of Desire in Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy" Literature and Medicine 39.1 (2021), accepted for publication
- "Thomas Aquinas" in The Chaucer Encyclopaedia. Ed Richard Newhauser, Vincent Gillespie, Jessica Rosenfeld, and Katie Walter. Wiley-Blackwell, accepted for publication
- "Geoffrey Chaucer: The Parliament of Fowls" The Literary Encyclopedia. Vol. 1.2.1.02: Medieval and Early Modern England, 1066-1485. Ed. Kate Ash-Irisarri, David Fuller, Hugh Magennis, Jamie McKinstry, Sarah Peverly. First published 26 October 2017.
- “A Moral Garden “Out of Olde Feldes”: Chaucer's De-allegorized Virtue in the Parliament of Fowls” Modern Philology 114.2 (2016): 170-94
- "Speculative Tensions: The Blurring of Augustinian Interiority in the Second Anniversary" Connotations 25.1 (2015-16): 1-18, recognized with the John Donne Society Award for Distinguished Publication, 2015
- "Knowing and Willing in Chaucer's Parliament of Fowls," The Chaucer Review 50.3-4 (2015): 368-92.
- "Nicholas of Cusa's Dialogue with Augustine: The Measure of the Soul's Greatness in De Ludo Globi," Renaissance and Reformation 38.2 (2015): 5-25.
- “Lost and Found in Translation: Updating Chaucer’s Status for the Millennial Generation,” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 22.1 (2015): 53-64.
- "Spenser's Mutabilitie and the Indeterminate Universe," Studies in English Literature 53.1 (2013): 73-89.
- "The Importance of Fourteenth-Century Natural Philosophy for Nicholas of Cusa's Infinite Universe," The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 87.1 (2013): 33-55.
- "Transposing World Harmony: John Donne's Creation Poetics in the Context of a Medieval Tradition" Studies in Philology 107 (2010): 121-35.
- "Alan of Lile's Anticlaudianus as Intertext in Chaucer's House of Fame" The Chaucer Review 44 (2010): 246-67.
- “The Celestial Progress of a Deathless Soul: Donne’s Second Anniversarie” John Donne Journal 26 (2010): 73-101.
- Four entries in Trends in Medieval Studies. ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010: “Historiography of Medieval Science” (666-77), “Pierre Duhem” (2276-79), “Raymond Klibansky” (2418-22) and “Anneliese Meier” (2494-96).
- "Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde: The ‘wond’rous riddle-book’ of 'The Eve of St. Agnes'" Keats's Reading/Reading Keats, Keats House Hampstead, London, UK, July 2018
- "Boethius and the Biology of Desire" The 53th International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, May 2018
- "Pygmalion's Phantasmic Craft in Machaut's Fonteinne Amoureuse," The 52th International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, May 2017
- "What is Meant by 'hir intent': The Mystery of Motivation in Troilus and Criseyde," The 52th International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, May 2017
- "The Book of the Duchess as Ovidian Diptych: Images of Secular Prayer and Memory's Mercy" The 8th Canada Chaucer Seminar, Toronto, April 2016.
- "Sylvan Images: Augustine's Rhetoric of Unformed Potential" The 50th International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, May 2015
- "The Inner Dialogue of Donne's Second Anniversary" The John Donne Society's sponsored session, The 130th Modern Language Association Convention, Vancouver, BC, January 2015
- Invited Respondent: “Nature and Creation” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May, 2014
- “The Virtues and the Will in Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls” The 49th International Medieval Congress, Western Michigan University, May 2014.
- “From Mute Desire to Poetic Plenty: Silva in Twelfth-Century Allegory” The 60th Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, New York, March 2014
- “Allegories of Mutability: Medieval and Early Modern Myths of Nature" The Middle Ages in the Modern World, St. Andrews University, Scotland, June 2013.
- “Creation and Creativity in the Twelfth-Century Imagination” STM Faculty Seminar Series, St. Thomas More College, February 2013.
- "Fertile Symmetry of Nature and Humanity in Bernardus Silvestris's Cosmographia" The Modern Language Association, Boston, January 2013.
- "Al this Mene I by Love" Rethinking the Category of Love The Modern Language Association, Seattle, January 2012.
- Co-presenter with Michael Cichon, "Every Classroom is a Stage: Learning Narrative in Performance" The 31st Annual Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference: From Here to the Horizon, Saskatoon, SK, June 2011.
- "Spenser's Mutabilitie and the Indeterminate Universe" The Renaissance Society of American, Montreal, March 2011.
- English 110.6 Introduction to Literature and Composition
- English 277.3 Literary Uses of Mythology
- English 312.3 Early Chaucer: Romance Tragedy
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