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Mae Lyons-Penner

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Mae Lyons-Penner

My research interests span the twelfth to fourteenth centuries with occasional forays into the early modern. I am particularly interested in literature as a space of ethical experimentation and (somewhat conversely) as a tool of social formation. In my dissertation, I explore the imagined body politic of thirteenth-century cyclic prose. I am also interested in bringing medieval history and culture to wider audiences. To this end, I manage the Global Medieval Sourcebook.
 
To find out more about the lively community of pre-modernists at Stanford, please visit the webpage for the Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies!

Education

2014: M.A. with Distinction, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University College London
2012: B.A. (Hons) First Class, Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford