Megan L. Cook
Assistant Professor of English
MA, English, New York University
BA, Political Science, University of Michigan
Areas of Expertise
- Middle English language and literature
- History of the book
- Editorial history and textual theory
- Early modern poetry and prose
Courses Currently Teaching
|EN120B A||Language, Thought, and Writing: Writing as a Reader|
|EN200 A||Foundations of Literary Studies|
|EN312 A||Death and Dying in the Middle Ages|
|EN315 A||Medieval Women's Mysticism|
|ST132 A||The Presence of the Past|
As I've pursued this research, I've developed a related interest in textual editing. With Elizaveta Strakhov, I am the co-editor of John Lydgate's Dance of Death and Related Works (Medieval Institute Publications, 2019) and with R.D. Perry, I am editing Chaucer's Legend of Good Women for a new critical edition of Chaucer's collected works from Cambridge University Press.
I've also written and lectured on the Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries, heralds and heraldry, the history of the miscellany, pre-photographic representations of medieval books and artifacts, and pedagogy of the History of the Book. I currently serve on the council of the Society of Fellows in Critical Bibliography at Rare Book School and as co-organizer of the 2018-19 theme for the Colby Center for Arts and Humanities, The Presence of the Past.
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