Supervisor: Professor Laura Ashe
Research Interests: Translation theory, multilingualism and multilingual manuscripts, historiography in Old and Middle English, Old French, Old Norse, Old Frisian, and Middle High German
Thesis Working Title: Translatable Histories: Verse Translation in England and the Birth of a Medieval European Literature
My research, funded by the E. K. Chambers Studentship, considers the changing role and impact of vernacular verse translation in England across the Norman Conquest.
‘Arthurian Worldbuilding Around the Round Table: Wace’s History, Chrétien’s Fictions, and Continental Romance’, New Medieval Literatures (forthcoming 2024)
‘Translatio Studii as Literary Innovation: Marie de France’s Fresne and the Cultural Authority of Translation’, Exemplaria, 34.4 (2022), 341–62
‘Beyond “Germanic” and “Christian” Monoliths: Revisiting Old English and Old Saxon Biblical Epics’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 120.1 (2021), 73–92