I teach classes on medieval English and related literatures at Trinity University. My research focuses on, among other things, what could be called "academic literature" of the later Middle Ages, texts influenced and variously informed by scholastic interpretive practices (esp. commentary and gloss), and writers who attempted to make these practices available to readers outside of the universities. That general interest informs a related focus on manuscript studies––the copying and assembling of the books and booklets in which these texts circulated––along with editorial theory (and, in a few cases, practice).
This site is meant to gather my publications, highlight the research done by undergraduates under my supervision, and help to facilitate symposia and conferences organized and hosted at Trinity.