Alice JORGENSEN

Lecturer in English
School of English
Trinity College Dublin
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Research Interests:
• Literatures of Anglo-Saxon England
• Middle English literature
• representations of violence
• Vikings
• women in medieval literature
• historiography

Select  Publications:

BOOKS
Representing Violence in Viking Age England (monograph) (forthcoming, Boydell and Brewer)

Reading the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Literature, History, Language (edited volume) (forthcoming, Brepols, 2009)

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
2007 – ‘Power, Poetry and Violence: The Battle of Maldon’, in Aspects of Power and Authority in the Middle Ages, ed. Brenda Bolton and Christine Meek, International Medieval Research 14 (Turnhout: Brepols)

forthcoming – ‘Rewriting the Æthelredian Chronicle: Narrative Style and Identity in Anglo-Saxon Chronicle MS F’, in Reading the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Literature, History, Language, ed. Alice Jorgensen (see above)

forthcoming – ‘The Trumpet and the Wolf: Noises of Battle in Old English Poetry’, Oral Tradition, special issue on ‘Sound Effects’, ed. by Chris Jones and Neil Rhodes

Articles (as Alice Cowen):

‘Byrstas and bysmeras: The Wounds of Sin in the Sermo Lupi ad Anglos‘, in Wulfstan, Archbishop of York, ed. Matthew Townend, Studies in the Early Middle Ages 10 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2004).

Current Teaching:

Introductory and advanced undergraduate courses on OE language and literature;
women in medieval literature;
palaeography

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