Shela Raman

Raman Bio Pix

Email: sraman@nd.edu

Areas of Interest: Old English and Middle English language and literature, multilingualism, philology, postcolonial theory, critical race theory, monstrosity, medievalisms

Education:
Adv. Grad. Cert., Stony Brook University (Higher Education Administration)
M.A., New York University
B.A., Long Island University

Recent Scholarly Activity:

[co-authored with Ben Garceau] "De-Centered Perspectives in the Translations of the Alfredian Circle," forthcoming in Global Perspectives on Anglo-Saxons and Anglo-Saxonisms, ed. Karen Jolly and Britton Brooks (ACMRS)

“Paul Kingsnorth’sThe Wake and Anglo-Saxonism in Contemporary Political Discourse,” IMC Leeds 2018. Leeds, UK, July 2018

“Monstrous Identities: Tensions Between the Familiar and the Foreign in the Old English Letter of Alexander to Aristotle,” International Society of Anglo-Saxonists Eighteenth Biennial Meeting. Honolulu, HI, July 2017