Washburn University, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Fall 2010 – present.
Temple University, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Spring 2009 – Spring 2010.
Temple University, Lecturer (full-time), Department of English, Fall 2008.
University of Notre Dame, Instructor (as graduate student, part-time), 2001 - 2005.
Medievalism, Old English Poetry, Middle English (esp. Chaucer), Exeter Book, Cynewulf, Old Norse Language and Literature, Book History, Authorship, Stylistics, Genre and Canon, English Linguistics.
Literature Emphasis Committee, 2011 - present
English Department Bunge Scholarship Committee, 2011 - present
English Department Scholarship Committee, 2011 - present
Humanities Division representative (elected), Interdisciplinary Studies Committee, 2011 - present
Humanities Division representative, Bachelor of Integrated Studies Committee, 2012 - presentt
First-Year Experience Committee, 2011 - present
Scholarly and Creative WTE review committee, 2011 - present
Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 2011
Academic Quest Super Saturday volunteer, 2011-2012
Selected Publications and Presentations:
“Frod and the Aging Mind in Old English Poetry,” Studies in Philology 108 (2011): 133-64.
Hooke, Della. Trees in Anglo-Saxon England: Literature, Lore and Landscape. Boydell Press, 2010. In Western Folklore, forthcoming Summer or Fall 2012.
“Sapientia ex Grammatica: The Learning of Wisdom through Grammar in Anglo-Saxon England,” presented at 35th Mid-America Medieval Association, University of Missouri-Kansas City, February 25-26, 2011.
“The Elegy in the Riddle: An Intertextual Solution to Exeter Book Riddle 4,” presented at 44th International Congress of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, May 7-10, 2009.