ERIN SEBO

Erin is a specialist on Anglo-Saxon heroic poetry and historical linguistics. She has taught at Monash University (Melbourne), University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast. She is currently Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon Literature at Flinders University (Adelaide). She is a collaborator with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the study of the History of Emotion and winner of the Faculty Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Her first monograph, In Enigmate: the history of a riddle from 400-1500, is forthcoming from Four Courts Press. After her PhD, she worked on two DH post-docs, The Psalms in Trinity at the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin, and The Psalms In Ireland Before 1600 based at Archbishop Marshes Library in Dublin.  The aim of these projects was to provide context for the Faddan More Psalter (which had recently been discovered) by cataloguing and digitizing pre-modern psalmic material and providing a searchable database of psalmic marginalia.

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