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Mae Velloso-Lyons

I am a medievalist working at the intersection of literary analysis, cultural history, and social theory. My dissertation examines the heroic body as constructed in the thirteenth-century Arthurian Vulgate Cycle, one of the most widely disseminated works of that century. I also work on the computational analysis of medieval texts and am currently a scholar at Stanford's Data Science Institute.
 
Beyond my research, I am passionate about making our global medieval heritage more accessible to contemporary audiences. To this end, I co-edit the Global Medieval Sourcebook alongside Professor Kathryn Starkey (German Studies). Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss a submission.
 
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