Perkins, Dr Nicholas
Job Title: CUF Lecturer and Tutorial Fellow
College: St Hugh's
Period/ Subject: Medieval
Email address: email@example.com
Late-medieval poetry and manuscripts; gifts and books; medieval romance; Thomas Hoccleve; biblical allusion; modern responses to Old English literature. In 2011–12 I shall be curating a major
exhibition of romance manuscripts and materials at the Bodleian Library.
Old and Middle English to about 1550; aspects of English language and critical theory.
‘Ekphrasis and Narrative in Emaré and Sir Eglamour of Artois’, in The Contexts of Medieval Romance, ed. Rhiannon Purdie and Mike Cichon (Cambridge: Brewer, forthcoming)
‘Writing, Authority and Bureaucracy’, in The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature, ed. Greg Walker and Elaine Treharne (Oxford: OUP, forthcoming)
Anglo-Saxon Culture and the Modern Imagination (ed. with David Clark; Cambridge: Brewer, forthcoming)
‘Haunted Hoccleve? The Regiment of Princes, the Troilean Intertext, and Conversations with the Dead’, Chaucer Review 43 (2008), 103–39
‘Thomas Hoccleve: La Male Regle’, in A Companion to Medieval English Literature and Culture, c.1350–1500, ed. Peter Brown (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007)
‘Reading the Bible in Sawles Warde and Ancrene Wisse’, Medium Ævum 72 (2003), 207–37
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