Micah Goodrich (he/him) received his PhD at UConn in 2020 where he currently teaches in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program and the English Department. He works on the resonances of gender, embodiment, and nature in premodern literature. Micah’s work has appeared in journals, such as Early Middle English, the Yearbook of
Langland Studies
, and Studies in the Age of Chaucer as well as in edited collections, most recently Trans Historical: Gender Plurality Before the Modern. He is currently working on his first monograph, Chronic Bodies: Trans Natures and Premodern Temporalities, which explores the triangulation among nature, temporality, and (re)production to formulate a premodern trans theology of embodiment.

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This site is © Micah Goodrich, from the time the site was created in 2018 to the present. All imported posts from prior blogs that pre-date 2018 are also under copyright. Material may be used from this site if it is properly, fully, and clearly cited with acknowledgement and credit to Micah Goodrich under the regulations of https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ .




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