‘Retelling old stories for new audiences’: Shaping and visualizing Beowulf through Gareth Hinds’ graphic novels
In Medieval Stories and Storytelling: Multimedia and Multi-temporal Perspective, edited by Simon C. Thomson, Emily Klimova and Francesca Brooks, Medieval Narratives in Transmission 2 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2021).
Raquel Vea Escarza
Old English verbs of ‘envy’: Class membership and grammatical behaviour
In Studies in the History of the English Language VIII: Boundaries and Boundary-Crossings in the History of English, ed. by P. J. Grund and M. E. Hartman, Topics in English Linguistics 108 (De Gruyter Mouton, 2021), pp. 187–208.
The art of the great tales: Alan Lee’s illustrations of The Children of Húrin (2007) and The Fall of Gondolin (2018) as a visual translation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s middangeard
In Literature, Science & Religion: Textual Transmission and Translation in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, edited by Manel Bellmunt Serrano and Joan Mahiques Climent, Problemata Literaria 88 (Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2020), pp. 127–45.