Field-Of-Study: Medieval Literature
Sarah Stanbury is a specialist in the literature of Medieval England and one of the leading lights in her field. Displaying an easy command of literary theory, textual criticism, art history, and an acute awareness of the religious and material culture of medieval times, her publications offer the reader fresh insights into the long-studied works
David J. Wallace
David Wallace grew up in a small factory and brickmaking town just north of London, England, at the junction of the London to Liverpool/Oxford to Cambridge railway lines; the town, since swallowed up into the new city of Milton Keynes, was a mix of London overspill, Buckinghamshire locals, Sicilians, and Pakistanis. His father, Sid, was
Nicholas Watson is a Professor of English and American Literature and Language at Harvard University, and the department’s director of graduate studies and the chair of the Medieval Studies Committee. He is an internationally known medievalist whose principal interest lies in Christian religious texts written in Middle English and Anglo-Norman French—the vernacular of the day.