Amy Clark

Amy Clark

231 Wheeler
Wednesdays and Fridays 3-4


Selected Publications and Papers Delivered


"Sweart as Sin: Color Connotation and Morality in Anglo-Saxon England." In Darkness, Depression and Descent in Anglo-Saxon England, ed. Ruth Wehlau (Richard Rawlinson Center series, MIP University Press, forthcoming).

"More Than Meets the Eye: Cultural Color Resonances in Old English Literature." In The Daily Lives of the Anglo-Saxons, Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies Volume 8, ed. Carole P. Biggam and Carole Hough (ACMRS, 2017).

Papers delivered:

"Beating the Bounds of the Riddle Creature." Anglo-Saxon Riddles III: Selves and Things, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK (2018).

"As Though 'Wit' Never Were:  A Grammar of Reunification within The Wife's Lament." ISAS New Voices Panel, 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI (2017).

“More than Meets the Eye: Cultural Color Resonances in Old English Literature.” 17th Biennial Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, Glasgow, UK (2015).




Recent English Courses Taught