Stephen Yeager, PhD
Associate Professor, English
ENGL 306: Tolkien's Old English (see promotional video: https://youtu.be/Sx3MmQnzZ1Q)
ENGL 470: The Grail Quest in Literature and Games
ENGL 304: Chaucer
ENGL 307: The Viking Age in Poetry and Prose
ENGL 308: Mysteries, Miracles, Medieval Drama
ENGL 231: Medieval Literature in Translation
ENGL 250: Forms of Popular Writing (Fantasy Fiction)
ENGL 261: British Literature before 1660
From Lawmen to Plowmen: Anglo-Saxon Legal Tradition and the School of Langland (University of Toronto Press, 2014)
History, Media, and the Problem of Prose in the Canterbury Tales
Old Media and the Medieval Concept, co-edited with Thora Brylowe
Tolkien, Gaming, Distributed Networks: Medievalism in Digital Culture
“Chaucer’s Prudent Poetics: Allegory, the Tale of Melibee, and the Frame Narrative to the Canterbury Tales”, in The Chaucer Review 48.3 (2014), pp. 307-321.
“Diplomatic Antiquarianism and the Manuscripts of Laȝamon’s Brut”,
Arthuriana 26.1 (2016): pp. 124-140.
“The New Plow and the Old: Law, Orality, and the Figure of the Plowman in Passus B 19", in Truth and Tales: Medieval Popular Culture and the Written Word, ed. Fiona Somerset and Nicholas Watson (Ohio State University Press, 2014).
“The South English Legendary ‘Life of St. Egwine’: An Edition”, in Traditio 66 (2011), pp. 171-87.
“Documents, Poetry, and Editorial Practice: The Case of ‘St. Egwine’”, in Rethinking the South English Legendaries, ed. Heather Blurton and Jocelyn Wogan-Browne (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011), pp. 168-86.
“Lollardy in Mum and the Sothsegger: A Reconsideration”, in Yearbook of Langland Studies 25 (2011), pp. 161-90.
"Protocol, or 'The Chivalry of the Object'."
"Philology, Medieval Studies, and the Prehistory of Digital Humanities: The Instrumental Case of Beowulf."
"The Authority of Lore in Open-world Adventure Games."