Hannah Byland

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Hannah BylandPh.D. Candidate (ABD)

Entered the program:  2011

Research Interests:
Visionary literature
Middle English literature
Medieval women’s writing
Feminist, Gender and Sexual Studies

Previous Studies:
M.A., Interdisciplinary Studies (Medieval Studies), University of Oklahoma, 2011
B.A., History of Ideas and Classical Humanity, William Jewell College, 2009

Classes Taught:
Graduate
Writing 7100: Teaching Writing.  Fall 2014, Summer 2013 (Co-facilitator)

Undergraduate
Text, Context, and ‘Sext’ in Chaucer’s Wife of Bath.  Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 (Cornell)
I Saw Myself as A Man”: Embodying Medieval Holy Women.  Fall 2013 (Cornell)
From Utopia to Dystopia: Medieval Heavens and Modern Hells.  Fall 2012-Spring 2013 (Cornell)
Principles of English Composition II.  Spring 2011 (University of Oklahoma)
Principles of English Composition I.  Fall 2010 (University of Oklahoma)

Notable Publications:
“Three New Sources for the Ancrene Wisse,” Notes & Queries 62 (4):  519-521.