Profile: Catherine Sanok
Title: Associate Professor
Ph.D., UCLA 1999
Ph.D., UCLA 1999
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Medieval literature; women's textual traditions; religious narrative and culture.
Medieval historicism and representations of the classical past
Her Life Historical: Exemplarity and Female Saints' Lives in Late Medieval England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.
"Forms of Community in the South English Legendary," forthcoming in Rethinking the South English Legendary, ed. Heather Blurton and Jocelyn Wogan-Browne. Manchester University Press.
"Good King Henry and the Genealogy of Shakespeare's First History Plays," Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 40.1, forthcoming 2010.
“Women and Literature,” Blackwell Concise Companion to Middle English Literature. Ed. Marilyn Corrie. Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.
“The Lives of Women Saints of Our Countrie of England: Gender and Nationalism in Recusant Hagiography,” Catholic Culture in Early Modern England. Ed. Ronald Corthell, Frances Dolan, Christopher Highley, and Arthur Marotti. University of Notre Dame Press, 2007.
“Almoravides at Thebes: Islam and European Identity in the Roman de Thèbes,” Modern Language Quarterly 64.3 (2003): 277-98.
“The Geography of Genre in the Physician’s Tale and Pearl,” New Medieval Literatures 5 (2002): 177-201.
“Performing Feminine Sanctity in Late Medieval England: Parish Guilds, Saints’ Plays, and the Second Nun’s Tale,” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 32.2 (2002): 269-303.
“Reading Hagiographically: Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women and its Feminine Audience,” Exemplaria 13 (2001): 323-54.
“Criseyde, Cassandre and the Thebaid: Women and the Theban Subtext of Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde,” Studies in the Age of Chaucer 20 (1998): 41-71.