Bernardo S. Hinojosa

Bernardo S. Hinojosa

Ph.D. Candidate
231 Wheeler
Wednesdays 3-5 and by appointment
b.hinojosa@berkeley.edu


Professional Statement

I am a PhD candidate in the English Department and the Program in Medieval Studies. While my interests range chronologically from antiquity to the early seventeenth century, most of my research focuses on the transitional period between the medieval and the early modern in England (1380-1580). My work explores intersections between the history of science and poetic theory, codicology and the history of the book, and the relationship between Latin informational prose and English imaginative writing.

I hold a B.A. from Columbia and a M.Phil. from Cambridge where I was the Euretta J. Kellett Fellow. I am also completing a Diploma in Manuscript Studies at the Pontifical Institute of Mediæval Studies in Toronto.

In my research and teaching, I am committed to the study of the past in a global context, a global context which recognizes how structures of power related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and disability have produced our past, present, and future.



Specialties

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

Invited Talks

"The Etymologiae in Late Medieval England: Time, History, and the Phenomenology of the Codex." San Francisco Theological Seminary. April 2019.

"Sacred Spaces in Julian of Norwich's A Revelation of Love." Julian Centre. Norwich, UK. May 2015.

Selected Conference Presentations

"Codicology as Imaginative Practice." Roundtable presentation. 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University. May 2019.

"Eucharistic Experimentalism and the Middle English Lyric." 54th ICMS. WMU. May 2019. Berkeley Medieval Studies Graduate Prize.

"Augustine, Isidore, Langland, and the Shapes of History." International Piers Plowman Society. University of Miami. April 2019.

"Langland's Encyclopedic Forms." 53rd ICMS. WMU. May 2018.

"Eucharistic Violence." Berkeley-Stanford Graduate Student Conference: Mimesis and Mutation. UC Berkeley. April 2018.

"The Atomic Rubrication of Cambridge, University Library, Kk.vi.26." 52nd ICMS. WMU. May 2017.

"Architecture and Authority in A Revelation of Love." Medieval Art & Architecture in East Anglia Symposium. University of East Anglia. May 2016.

"Theologizing the Mise-en-page of Cambridge, University Library, Kk.vi.26." Approaching the Medieval: Limits. University of Cambridge. May 2016.

"The Speculum Christiani and the Limits of Verse." Discipline and Excess: A Graduate and Early Career Conference. University of Cambridge. April 2016.



Recent English Courses Taught