Dr. Manish Sharma
Associate Professor , English
Research & Teaching Interests
Old English literature
Middle English literature
Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Philosophy
The Logic of Love in the Canterbury Tales. Forthcoming with University of Toronto Press.
Old English Literature and The Old Testament, co-edited with Michael Fox. Toronto Old English Series: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
“Chaucer, Kant, and Continental Materialism” diacritics 45 (2017): 54-83.
“Hylomorphic Recursion and Non-Decisional Poetics in the Canterbury Tales” Chaucer Review 52 (2017): 253-73.
“Beyond Nostalgia: Formula and Novelty in Old English Literature,” Exemplaria 26 (2014): 303-27.
"Heroic Subject and Cultural Substance in The Wanderer," Neophilologus 96 (2012): 611-29.
"The Reburial of the Cross in the Old English Elene," New Readings in the Vercelli Book, ed. Orchard and Zacher. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009, 280-97.
"Hiding the Harm: Revisionism and Marvel in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," Papers on Language and Literature 44 (2008): 168-93.
"Metalepsis and Monstrosity: the Boundaries of Narrative Structure in Beowulf," Studies in Philology 102 (2005): 247-79.