Lisabeth Buchelt, PhD
- Associate Professor
- ASH 189 N
MA, PhD Boston College (British and Irish Medieval Studies)
BA San Francisco State University (French Language and Literature)
The Snake’s Pass by Bram Stoker: A Critical Edition. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 2015.
“A ‘Ghastly Fancy’: The Picturesque and the Gothic in Carmilla as a Vampire Aesthetic.” In Carmilla: A Critical Edition, Kate Costello-Sullivan, ed. (Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 2013), 122-137.
“‘Delicate Fantasy’ and ‘Vulgar Reality’: Undermining Romance and Complicating Identity in Bram Stoker’s The Snake’s Pass.” New Hibernia Review 16.1(2012), 113-133. NOTE: This article won the Roger McHugh Award for Outstanding Article of 2012.
All About Eve: Memory and Re-Collection in Junius 11’s Epic Poems Genesis and Christ and Satan.” In Women and Medieval Epic, Sara Poor and Jana Schulman, eds. ( New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Forthcoming January 2007), 137-158.
"The Art of Dinnseanchas: Excavating the Storied Past of Place.” In Éire/Land. Exhibition catalogue for Éire/Land: Irish Landscape Painting at Boston College McMullen Museum of Art. ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2003), 115-120.
“Alchemical Thought in Yeats’s Later Plays: A Full Moon in March and The Resurrection.” In Cauda Pavonis: Studies in Hermeticism, (16:1, 1997): 1-9.
British and Irish Medieval Literature, Early Medieval Insular Gospel Manuscripts, Early Medieval Insular Apocrypha, Medieval Anglo-Saxon and Irish Manuscript Culture, Anglo-Norman Literature, Arthurian Literature, 19 th and Early 20 th Century British and Irish Medievalism.