B.A., Boston University, 2009; M.A., University of Toronto, 2014; Ph.D (Romance Languages) Harvard, 2019.
Hannah Weaver teaches and writes about the literature of medieval Europe, particularly the regions now known as England and France. Her research concerns genre, language, and manuscripts. Her articles have appeared or are forthcoming in in JMEMS, Viator, Manuscript Studies, Arthuriana, and the Harvard Library Bulletin, and she has co-edited a special issue of The Medieval Globe called Medieval Re-Creation: Acts of Recycling, Revision, and Relocation (with Joseph Shack). She is working on a monograph on the history of the textual practice of interpolation and interpolative revisions of the history of Britain with the working title The Interpolated Past: Revision, Narrative, and Time in Medieval Histories of Britain.
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