Graduate Instructor, University Writing Program
B.A., History and Religion, University of Vermont; M.A., Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
Richard Fahey specializes in Anglo-Saxon literature and its relationship with the early corresponding Medieval Latin and Norse traditions that helped to shape the extant Old English corpus. His academic interests include medieval language and linguistics (especially Old English, Latin and Old Norse), characterizations of medieval monstrosity (especially in the elegiac-heroic poem, Beowulf), etymology, philology, syncretism, riddles and the intellectual and poetic interchange within Anglo-Saxon England.
300 O'Shaughnessy Hall (Office Hours)
205 Coleman Morse (Mailbox)