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Andrew Klein


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St. Thomas University
“Cartographic Imaginings: Mapping Anglo-Scottish Existence in the Late Middle Ages,” Studies in Iconography 37 (2016): 31-74.

“Scots take the Wheel: The Problem of Period and the Medieval Scots Alliterative Thirteen-line Stanza,” Studies in Scottish Literature 43.1 (2017): 15–21. 

“Rhymed Alliterative Verse in Mise en page Transition: Two Case Studies in English Poetic Hybridity,” with Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, forthcoming in The Medieval Literary: Beyond Form, Edited by Catherine Sanok and Robert J. Meyer-Lee (Boydell and Brewer, 2018).

“‘Her shull Danes sett banes’: Cultural Amnesia and Medieval Misrememberings of an English North Sea History,” Early Middle English 3.1 (2020).
Research Interests
I'm currently interested primarily in two projects: understanding the range of medieval perceptions of England as a national entity, from Scandinavia to the Arab world -- that is, visualizing a Medieval Global English identity; my other ongoing research involves assessing and recontextualizing the forms of Middle English poetry in their manuscript contexts, as they appear on the manuscript page. I also dabble in macroanalysis of Middle English texts using digital tools.

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