The genre of “literary landscape”–imaginative, creative non-fiction responses to the landscape–and the genre of literary travel itineraries have a long and popular history. And this is what this blog is about–reading the Roman War chapter of Malory’s Le Morte Darthur … Continue reading
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