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K. Rupp

Publications :

Books

Writing on Skin in the Age of Chaucer. Ed. (with Nicole Nyffenegger). Forthcoming with De Gruyter.

Fleshly Things and Spiritual Matters. Essays on the Medieval Body. Ed. (with Nicole Nyffenegger). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2011. [link]


Articles

Introduction to Writing on Skin in the Age of Chaucer. Ed. (with Nicole Nyffenegger). Forthcoming with De Gruyter.

“Getting Modern on Alisoun’s Ass: The BBC and Chaucer’s Miller’s Tale.” Neophilologus 98:2 (2014): 343-352. [link]

Review of Joerg O. Fichte. From Camelot to Obamalot. Essays on Medieval and Modern Arthurian Literature. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010. In: The Medieval Review (2011) [link]

"(Re)writing the Medieval Body." Fleshly Things and Spiritual Matters. Essays on the Medieval Body. Ed. Nicole Nyffenegger and Katrin Rupp. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2011. 1-10.

"Rethinking (Generic) Textual Identity in The Miller's Tale." The Construction of Textual Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Literature. Ed. Indira Ghose and Denis Renevey. SPELL 22. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2009. 33-45.

"Stairway to Hell: Infernal Journeys in Some Old and Middle English Texts." Travels and Travelogues in the Middle Ages. Ed. Jean-François Kosta-Théfaine. New York: AMS Press, 2009. 189-204.

"The Anxiety of Writing. A Reading of the Old English Journey Charm." Oral Tradition 23.2 (2008): 255-266. [link]

"Das Virtuelle Klassenzimmer." Forum 21 (1/2001): 20-21.

"Few love to hear the sins they love to act': Father-Daughter Incest in Three Versions of Apollonius of Tyre." Families. Ed. Werner Senn. SPELL 9. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1996. 225-234.

"Women Writers in Seventeenth-Century New England." Wrightwights: litter-a-tour. Vol. II, ed. A. Gutfeldt et al. Bern: Gauntlet Press, 1992: 94-103.

"The Mere in Beowulf." Wrightwights: litter-a-tour. Vol. I, ed. A. Gutfeldt et al. Bern: Gauntlet Press, 1991: 128-136.

 
Work in Progress

Katrin Rupp is currently working on an article on Osbern Bokenham’s Legendys of Hooly Wummen.

Conference Papers and Guest Lectures :

Response to Christoph Bühlmann’s paper “Sameness, Differnce and Differentiation. Negotiating Cultural Borders in The Turke and Sir Gawain” at Studientag zum Englischen Mittelalter SEM XV, University of Berne, March 2013.

“(Un)healthy Appetite: Medicinal Cannibalism in Richard Coeur de Lion.” Paper presented at the SAMEMES Conference on Literature, Medicine and Science, University of Lausanne, 2012.

"Rethinking (Generic) Textual Identity in The Miller's Tale." Paper presented at the SAMEMES Conference on Pretexts and Intertextualities, University of Berne, October 2008.

"Textual Anxiety: A Reading of the Old English Journey Charm." Paper presented at the 3ème Cycle Conference, University of Geneva, May 2006.

"Deranged Space: Writing and Mental Illness in Thomas Hoccleve's Complaint." Paper presented at the 3ème Cycle Conference, University of Neuchâtel, May 2003.

"Holy Incest: Unholy Representations of the Virgin Mary." Paper presented at the Leeds International Congress, July 1997.

"Sexual Deviance in Apollonius of Tyre." Lecture given at the University of Zurich, November 1997.

"'Few love to hear the sins they love to act': Father-Daughter Incest in Three Versions of Apollonius of Tyre." Paper presented at the SAUTE Conference, University of Berne, May 1995.

Professional Affiliations :

Member of the Editorial Board of Accessus, A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media [link]

Member of the Advisory Board of the John Gower and Hypertext Project [link]

Member of the Swiss Association of University Teachers of English (SAUTE)

Member of the Swiss Association of Medieval and Early Modern English Studies (SAMEMES)

Member of The New Chaucer Society