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At the University of Toronto (2011- ) 
  • ENG240Y1Y Old English (Fall 2011 and Winter 2012) 
  • ENG311H1F Medieval Literature (Fall 2011)

At the University of Neuchâtel (2010)
 
  • Geography and Identity in Medieval English Literature (Fall 2010 – BA and MA) 

At the University of Toronto Scarborough (2010) 
  • ENGD30H3 Studies in Medieval Literature (Spring 2010 – BA)  

At the University of Fribourg (2005-2006) 
  • Lecture course: How to be English? Mythmaking and the voice of the nation (Summer 2006 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Telling stories: Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (Winter 2005-2006 – MA) 
  • Proseminar: Introduction to Old English (Winter 2005-2006 – BA) 

At the University of Geneva (1995-2006) 

  • Seminar: How to be English? Myth-making and the voice of the nation (Summer 2006 – MA)
  • Seminar: Questions of heroism: Beowulf (Winter 2005-6 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Chaucer, Troilus and Criseyde (Summer 2005 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Destruction and desolation in Old English poetry (Summer 2005 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Old Norse sagas (Winter 2004-5 – MA)
  • Seminar: Old English religious poetry (Winter 2004-5 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Medieval Travel Narratives (Winter 2003-4 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Heroic Females in Old English literature (Winter 2003-4 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Historiography and Mythmaking: The Beginnings of English Society (Summer 2003 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Beowulf (Winter 2002-3 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Introduction to Old English (Winter 2002-3 – MA) 
  • Seminar: Beowulf (Winter 2000-1 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Old English and Old Norse elegies and the female voice (Summer 2000 – MA) 
  • Seminar: A. D. 1000: England at the turn of the millennium (Winter 1999-2000 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Translating Beowulf (Winter semester 1996-97 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Malory, Works (Winter 1995-96 – BA) 
  • TP: Analysis of texts ‘Prose fiction’ (1996-97 – BA) 
  • TP: Analysis of texts: ‘Short story’ (1995-96 – BA) 
  • Writing Lab (Summer 2000) 

At the University of Lausanne (2004-2005) 
  • Seminar: Introduction to Medieval Language and Literature (2004-5 – BA) 
  • Seminar: Introduction to Medieval Language and Literature (Summer 2004 – BA)


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