English professor at Marylhurst University, then Concordia University. I teach writing, medieval literature, humanities, maps and literature, and history of the book.
Student Study Abroad Blogs 2016 (and a few others)
- Two books of note for lit/cartography folks: both from Cambridge UP: Mapping Medieval Geographies, and Romance and History: Imagining TIme 7 years ago
- RT @ryancordell: "Let us count beyond twos & threes as we do so, and always err on the side of grace" @elotroalex's #dhsi2014 keynote http:… 7 years ago
- Great panel at #STS2014 on mapping textual space -- early modern maps to video games--- with @jcdarlky Nathan Phillips @Jessica_Zisa #elnm 8 years ago
Monthly Archives: May 2011
It befell when King Arthur had wedded Queen Guinevere and fulfilled the Round Table, and so after his marvellous knights and he had vanquished the most part of his enemies– . . . then so it befell that the Emperor … Continue reading