2022-Pres. Visiting Assistant Professor, English, Boston University
2020-2022 Adjunct Professor, Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies, University of Conn.
2020-2022 Adjunct Professor, Department of English, University of Conn.
2019-2020 Teaching Assistant, Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies, University of Conn.
2012-2020 Instructor of Record, Department of English, University of Conn.
2020 Ph.D. in English, Medieval Studies, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
2016-2017 High Pass on PhD Candidacy Examinations in all fields
2014 M.A. in English, Medieval Studies, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
2011 B.A. in History with Honors, magna cum laude, and B.A. in Geography
Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA
In Preparation Chronic Bodies: Trans Natures and Premodern Temporalities. (Book Manuscript)
Forthcoming “The Yeoman’s Canon: Disclosure, Complaint, and the Labor of Consent,” in the “Historicizing Consent” Colloquium, eds. Carissa Harris and Fiona Somerset, in Studies in the Age of Chaucer (2022), Invited Contribution
2021 “Maimed Limbs and Biosalvation: Rehabilitation Politics in Piers Plowman,” in Trans Historical: Gender Plurality Before the Modern, eds. Anna Kłosowska, Greta LaFleur, and Masha Raskolnikov (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, Nov 2021), Invited Contribution
2021 Lines 2416-2430 in Beowulf By All: A Community Translation and Workbook, eds. Elaine Treharne and Jean Abbott (ARC Humanities Press, June 2021)
2020 “Ycrammed ful of cloutes and of bones: Chaucer’s Queer Cavities,” in Medieval
Futurity: Essays for the Future of a Queer Medieval Studies, eds. Will Rogers and Christopher Michael Roman. New Queer Medievalisms Series (De Gruyter, Medieval Institute Publications, Nov 2020)
2020 “The Owl and the Nightingale, Animacy, and Species Division,” Early Middle English 2.1 (2020): 1-31.
2019 “Lolling and the Suspension of Salvation in Piers Plowman,” Yearbook of Langland Studies 33 (2019): 13-42.
2019 “The Medingen Manuscripts at Harvard: Houghton Library’s MS Lat 395 and MS Lat 440,” Harvard Library Bulletin 28.2 (2019): 1-56, with Gennifer Dorgan, Laura Godfrey, Henrike Lähnemann, Joseph Leake.
2020 “Medical Violence and the ‘Miracle of the Black Leg’,” Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal, October 8th: Click Here
2020 “Limb,” in Medieval Disability Glossary: Society for the Study of Disability in the Middle Ages: Click Here
2018 “Heat map of the Distribution of the Medingen Manuscripts in 1542 (ringed) and in 2017,” in Henrike Lähnemann, “From Devotional Aids to Antiquarian Objects: The Prayer Books of Medingen,” in Reading Books as Cultural Objects, ed. Evanghelia Stead. (Palgrave, 2018)
2018 Lines 2416-2430, Beowulf By All 1.0. Collaborative translation of Beowulf by 190 Authors, eds. Elaine Treharne and Jean Abbott. Hosted by Stanford University, Text Technologies: Click Here
2019-2020 Editor, postmedieval 11.4 (Fall 2020), 10th Anniversary Edition, Palgrave Macmillan
Topic: “Race, Revulsion, and Revolution in Medieval Studies”
2014-2015 Collaborative Editor, Old English Collaborative Education Online, Digital
Book Review Publications
2022 Review: Leah DeVun, The Shape of Sex: Nonbinary Identity from Genesis to the Renaissance. (New York: Columbia University Press, 2021) in Studies in the Age of Chaucer, Forthcoming
2022 Review: Anne Scott and Michael Barbezat, eds. Fluid Bodies and Bodily Fluids in Premodern Europe: Bodies, Blood, and Tears in Literature, Theology and Art. Series: ARC - Borderlines. (Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press, 2019) in The Medieval Review, here.
2021 Review: Rebecca Merkelbach, Monsters in Society: Alterity, Transgression, and the Use of the Past in Medieval Iceland. (De Gruyter, 2019) in Kyngervi, Forthcoming
2021 Review: Laura Kalas, Margery Kempe's Spiritual Medicine: Suffering, Transformation and the Life-Course. (Boydell & Brewer, 2020) in Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures (JMRC) 47.2 (2021): 218-221.
2016 Review: Nicole Nolan Sidhu, Indecent Exposure: Gender, Politics, and Obscene Comedy in Middle English Literature. (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016) in Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies “Gendered Spaces Issue” 13.1 (2016): https://hortulus- journal.com/journal/volume-13-number-1-2017/goodrich/
"Alchemical Bodies and the Science of Sex," for "Plenary Seminar - Caused Selves: Embodying the Material World in Middle Ages," led by Julie Orlemanski at 45th Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium, University of the South, Sewanee, TN
“Sex and Alchemical Animacy,” at Gender and Medieval Studies (GMS) Conference on ‘Gender and Mobility.’ University of Surrey, Guilford, UK. Digital Conference.
“The Yeoman’s Canon: Toxic Mentors and Complaint,” to the “Toxic Chaucer” panel at the New Chaucer Society Congress, Durham, UK, 2020. Postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19
"Somatechnical Piers Plowman: Bodies Without Limbs Without Bodies," at the International Piers Plowman Society Conference, University of Miami, Florida
“Or as craft countrefeteth kinde: Technologies of Counterfeit in the House of Fame,” at the New Chaucer Society Congress, Toronto, ON, Canada
“Piers Plowman and Queer-Marxist (Re)Production,” on the “Twenty-First Century Piers Plowman Roundtable,” at the 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
“Piers Plowman’s Limbs,” on the “Social Justice in the Piers Plowman Tradition” panel at the 53rd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
“As for to werken any thyng in contrarie: (Re)production and the Limits of Nature,” at the 44th Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium, University of the South, Sewanee, TN
“So faren ye that multiplie: The Laws of Nature in the Canon’s Yeoman’s Tale,” at the Biennial London Chaucer Conference: Chaucer & the Law, University of London, London, UK