Medieval and early modern Welsh poetry and intellectual history; manuscripts and reception
I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre. My current project examines a major early modern revision of the Welsh bardic grammars (the Pum Llyfr Kerddwriaeth) and its connections to both humanist scholarship and the bardic order.
“Syllable and Diphthong Classification in the Medieval Welsh Bardic Grammars,” Language and History 63 (2020), 73-90.
“The Grammatical Sources of the Dwned,” Celtica 31 (2019), 163-190.
“Llywarch Hen as Poet: Evidence from Harvard MS Welsh 8,” Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 37 (2019), 135-151.
“Sexual Discourse and Structural Unity in Hywel ab Owain Gwynedd’s Gorhoffedd,” Studia Celtica 52 (2018), 113-122.
B.A., Celtic Studies, University of Toronto
A.M. and PhD, Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University