Medieval storytelling: two of our DPhil students, Hannah Ryley and Gareth Evans, are running an AHRC-funded student outreach project on the art of storytelling. See the video of their recent workshop, and their website.
Oxford academics Vincent Gillespie, Helen Spencer and Daniel Wakelin direct the Early English Text Society, which has been publishing scholarly editions of medieval English works since 1864. Oxford also hosted the first conference of The Early English Text Society in May 2010, for which conference proceedings are available, and to celebrate that Society’s 150th anniversary, a workshop for graduate students in textuality and editing, in Oxford in May 2014. Follow EETS' tweets.
Simon Horobin (Hon. Sec.), Mishtooni Bose (Vice-President), and Liv Robinson (Exec. Officer) are all involved in Medium Aevum, the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature. The society offers a number of travel bursaries to research students and early career scholars.
Laura Ashe and Daniel Wakelin were on the Programme Board of the 20th Biennial New Chaucer Congress, Reykjavik, Iceland, 16-20 July 2014; some fourteen graduate students and Faculty members presented papers and chaired sessions.
Nicholas Perkins curated the Bodleian online exhibition The Romance of the Middle Ages, which is full of multimedia resources.
Vincent Gillespie is a series editor of Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies.
Laura Ashe is one of the editors of New Medieval Literatures.
Numerous faculty members, including Stuart Lee, Elizabeth Solopova, Carolyne Larrington, Laura Ashe, Daniel Wakelin, and Anna Caughey have contributed podcasts about their research in medieval topics to the Oxford Open Education zone.
Stuart Lee runs Project Woruldhord, 4000+ crowd-sourced items on Anglo-Saxon studies.
Francis Leneghan and Helen Appleton are co-organisers of The Oxford Psalms Network, an interdisciplinary research group hosted by TORCH and devoted to the study of all aspects of the Psalms.
Oxford English Faculty members on In Our Time