‘The Brut, the whole Brut, and nothing but the Brut: a manuscript that lies to its readers’, XXVIth Arthurian Congress of the International Arthurian Society at the University of Catania, Sicily (19-25 July 2020);
‘Nothing to see here! Hidden changes of authorship and genre in a twelfth-century manuscript (Durham, Ushaw College, MS 6)’; Models of Change in Medieval Textual Culture at Stockholm University, Sweden (25-26 September 2020)
Leah Tether and Laura Chuhan Campbell, “Early Book Collections and Modern Audiences: Harnessing the Identity/ies of Book Collections as Collective Resources,” RBM 21 (2020), 26-39 (https://rbm.acrl.org/index.php/rbm/article/view/24459/32287)
The Bristol Merlin: Text and Context (with L. Chuhan Campbell – Durham and Benjamin Pohl, Bristol and RRL Fellow), ARC Humanities Press (2020)
Article: ‘Early Book Collections and Modern Audiences: Harnessing the Identity/ies of Book Collections as Collective Resources’ (with L. Chuhan Campbell – Durham), RBM (2020)
The General Reader and the Academy – Medieval French Literature and Penguin Classics
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