At this time, few of our project outputs are live. Follow our Twitter feed for up-to-the-minute news.
Our planned outputs at the conclusion of the project are:
- 2 x monographs (Mary Flannery, A.E. Brown)
- 1 x doctoral dissertation (Kristen Haas Curtis)
- 1 x special journal issue (tbd)
- 5-6 x articles or book chapters (various)
- Conference papers, workshops and other academic presentations.
2021 Outputs & Appearances:
- Mary Flannery and Kristen Haas Curtis spoke with Andy Kesson for an episode of the ‘A Bit Lit’ podcast, which will be available online soon.
2020 Outputs & Appearances:
- Mary Flannery gave a public lecture for the Berner Mittelalter Zentrum (28 May), entitled ‘Obscenity and Canonicity in Early Print Editions of the “Canterbury Tales”‘. The talk took place via Zoom and was not recorded.
From time to time we may discuss our work in the media, contribute non-scholarly articles, or be involved in talks or events in our capacity as Chaucerians, but outside of our core project outputs. These may be of interest if you are looking for an easily accessible sense of who we are and where our research is going.
- Mary Flannery appeared on the BBC World Service program The Forum, discussing ‘Chaucer: The Father of English Poetry’ with Emily Steiner, Anthony Bale and host Bridget Kendall.