B.A., English, Dominican University
M.A., TESOL, SIT Graduate Institute
M.A., Medieval English Literatures, University of York
Amanda Bohne’s research focuses primarily on late Middle English literature. Her MA thesis, Female Networks of Agency in Middle English Popular Romance, explored the social networks used by women in three late Middle English romances to accomplish their goals. Her PhD dissertation, currently in progress, discusses depictions of the network of responsibility between the deceased and their communities in medieval English narratives. Amanda’s background in medieval studies allows her to situate recent multimedia culture in the context of a longer continuum of evolving media and messages.
Recent Scholarly Activity
“Women and Wills in the London Husting Court Rolls: Networks of Concern,” in Women Leaders and Intellectuals
of the Medieval World, edited by Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, John Van Engen, and Katie Ann-Marie Bugyis
(forthcoming, University of Notre Dame Press).
“‘Be war be my wo’: Gaynour and Her Mother in The Awntyrs off Arthure,” in Missing, Presumed Dead:
the Absent Mother in the Cultural Imagination, edited by Berit Åström (forthcoming, Palgrave, 2017).
“Medieval Romance,” The Sixth International Conference on Popular Romance, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2016
“Chaucer, Vygotsky, and Wikipedia: New Ways of Reading,” Nineteenth Biennial International Congress of
the New Chaucer Society, Reykjavik, Iceland, July 2014.
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