I have wide-ranging teaching experience, including:
- courses focusing on my own research specialism, e.g. Medieval to Renaissance Drama (University of Southampton)
- courses in Old English, e.g. Old English language and literature (University of Cambridge)
- courses focusing on canonical medieval texts, e.g. Chaucer, Langland, and Gower (University of Oxford)
- survey courses, e.g. The Literature of Laughter (Bangor University)
- linguistic courses, e.g. English Phonology (for the Junior Year Abroad Programme at the University of Oxford)
I have supervised both undergraduate and graduate dissertations on medieval and non-medieval literary subjects. I would be particularly interested in supervising students working on medieval and early Tudor drama and performative cultures, vernacular sermons, Chaucer, and late medieval piety and devotion.
From September 2016 onwards, I shall co-supervise a PhD student working on Anglo-Norman manners de langage and the history of emotion at the School of English. From September 2017 onwards, I shall teach ELL225 Old English. I also have an interdisciplinary MA module with Dr Eliza Hartrich (Department of History), ‘Cities and Culture in Medieval Europe, 1250-1550’.