Frances McCORMACK

Lecturer
Department of English
National University of Ireland, Galway
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Research Interests:
Chaucer; Wycliffism and Lollardy; mystical writings; anticlericalism;
penitential writings in Old and Middle English; political and religious themes in Old and Middle English.

Select Publications:

BOOKS
Chaucer and the Culture of Dissent: The Lollard Context and Subtext of the Parson’s Tale (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007).

Compunction and Shame in Anglo-Saxon Literature (in preparation).

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
‘Reading God: Visions and Re-visions in Julian of Norwich’s Revelations of Divine Love‘, in Kathleen Cawsey and Jason Harris (eds), Transmission and Transformation in the Middle Ages (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007).

‘The Old Ways and The New: The Heterodoxy of Sir John Clanvowe’s The Two Ways‘, in Karen Hodder, Brendan O’ Connell and Amanda Piesse (eds), The Old Ways and the New: A Festschrift in Honour of John Scattergood (Forthcoming with Four Courts Press).

‘”Why sholde I sowen draf out of my fest?”: Chaucer and the false prophet motif’, in Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and John Flood (eds), Heresy in Early English Literature (Forthcoming with Boydell and Brewer).

Current Teaching:
Medieval Drama
Old English Language and Literature
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Piers Plowman
Hiberno-English
History of the English Language

I am completing an M.A. on Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.

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