I am a PhD candidate and Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Fellow at the University of Saskatchewan. I completed my M.A in Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the University of Kent where I fell in love with codicology and St. Thomas Becket. I currently work on the South English Legendary, a thirteenth-century collection of vernacular saints' lives. I have taught courses in literature and composition at both the University of Saskatchewan and St. Thomas More's College. I currently teach at the University of Saskatchewan and facilitate pedagogy courses for graduate students through the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning.
My main areas of research are:
I have two cats named Heathrow and Islington, and I dabble in antiquarian book collecting.