English Faculty - Kathryn Vulić

Kathryn Vulić
Professor & Department Chair

Contact Information

Phone: (360) 650-3214
Office: HU 335
Email: Kathryn.Vulic@wwu.edu

Education

PhD, University of California, Berkeley

BA, Ohio State University

Portrait of Kathryn Vulić
 

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Medieval English literature (Old and Middle English)
  • Geoffrey Chaucer and other 14th c. English poets
  • Medieval understandings of reading and literacy
  • Manuscript and archival studies
  • The influence of medieval devotional literature’s rhetoric and pedagogy on the forms and content of Middle English texts
  • The audiences and composition circumstances of late medieval writings

Selected Publications

"Reading the Tale of Sir Thopas as Text and Image."The Open Access Companion to the "Canterbury Tales," eds. the OACCT Editorial Collective, 2017. http://www.opencanterburytales.com/

Readers, Reading, and Reception in Devotional Literature and Practice, ed. by Kathryn Vulić, Susan Uselmann, and C. Annette Grisé. Turnhout: Brepols Press, 2016.

“The Vernon Paternoster Diagram, Medieval Graphic Design, and the Parson’s Tale,” in Chaucer: Visual Approaches, ed. by Susanna Fein and David Raybin. University Park: Penn State University Press for Chaucer Review, 2016.

Speculum vitae and ‘lewed’ reading,” in Readers, Reading, and Reception in Devotional Literature and Practice, ed. by Kathryn Vulić, Susan Uselmann, and C. Annette Grisé. Turnhout: Brepols Press, 2016.

“‘To his dere sister’: Þe Pater Noster of Richard Ermyte, pseudo-Rolle texts, and mock mysticism,” Mystics Quarterly 34.3-4 (2008): 1-43.