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Heide Estes, PhD

Professor

Graduate Faculty

PhD, New York University

BA, University of Pennsylvania

Office: Wilson Annex , Room 508

Phone: 732-571-7547

Email: hestes@monmouth.edu

Fall 2016 Office Hours:
Monday, 10:45 - 11:15 a.m., 1:15 - 2:45 p.m.; and 4:15 - 5:15 p.m.  Other times and days appointment.

Fall 2016 Courses:

EN 443 History of the English Language

FY 101 First Year Seminar

PR 448 Ecocrit & Med England

Regularly Taught Courses:

EN 211 Environment and Pre-Modern Literature

EN 307 Middle English Literature

EN 405 Chaucer

EN 443 History of the English Language

EN 509 Middle English Literature

EN 563 Linguistics

PR 448 Ecocriticism and Medieval England

Research Interests:

Old and Middle English language, literature and culture, with interest in gender theory and ecocriticism.

Selected Works:

Books:

Edited Volume:

Old English Across the Curriculum: Contexts and Pedagogies. Ed. Hal Momma and Heide Estes. Special issue of Studies in medieval and Renaissance Teaching 22.2. Fall 2016.

Scholarly Articles:

  "Reading Ælfric in the Twelfth Century: Anti-Judaic Doctrine Becomes Anti-Judaic Rhetoric ."Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture, ed. Samantha Zacher. University of Toronto Press, 2016: 265-297.

  “Teaching Old English in History of the English Language.” In Old English Across the Curriculum: Contexts and Pedagogies, ed. Haruko Momma and Heide Estes. Special Issue, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 22.2 (Fall 2016): 25-29.

 Beowulf and the Sea: An Ecofeminist Reading.” The Maritime World of the Anglo-Saxons, ed. Bill Schipper, Stacy Klein, and Shannon Lewis-Simpson (Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies 5). Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2015: 209-216.

“Constructing the Old English Solomon and Saturn Dialogues.” English Studies 95.5 (July 2014): 483-499.

  “Blogging and Academic Identity.” Literature Compass: E-medieval: Teaching, Research, and the Net 9.12 (December 2012): 974-982.

 “Anglo-Saxon Biblical Lore: An Edition.” English Studies 93:6 (October 2012): 623-651.

 "Raising Cain in Genesis and Beowulf: Challenges to Generic Boundaries in Anglo-Saxon Biblical Literature.” Heroic Age 13 (August 2010), unpaginated. http://www.heroicage.org/

“Wonders and Wisdom: Anglo-Saxons and the East.” English Studies 91.4 (June 2010): 360 – 373.

“A Note on Solomon and Saturn I, lines 107b – 108a.” Notes and Queries 55: 3 (September 2008): 260 – 262.

“Abraham and the Northmen in Genesis A: Alfredian Translations and Ninth-Century Politics.” Medievalia et Humanistica 32 (2007): 1 – 13.

“Colonization and Conversion in Cynewulf’s Elene.” Conversion and Colonization in Anglo-Saxon England. Ed. Catherine Karkov and Nicholas Howe. Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies 2. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2006. 133 – 151

“Feasting with Holofernes: Digesting Judith in Anglo-Saxon England.” Exemplaria 15.2 (Fall 2003): 325 – 350.

“Bertilak Reads Brut: History and the Complications of Sexuality in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Essays in Medieval Studies 17 (2001): 65 – 79.

Forthcoming:

Book

Old English Literary Landscapes: Ecotheory and the Anglo-Saxon Environmental Imagination. Forthcoming from Amsterdam University Press, Spring 2017.

Edited Volume

Medieval Ecocriticisms: Animals, Landscapes, Objects, and the Nature of the Human. Amsterdam University Press.

Additional Information:

SERVICE:
Graduate Studies Committee member
Institute for Global Understanding member
Sustainability Advisory Council member (Academic Programs and Research Committee)
Gender Studies Committee member
Co-Chair, Writing Committee