Frederika Bain

Contact:
fbain@hawaii.edu

Office hours:
T/Th 4:45-5:45



Publications


  • “Flesh-Eating, Gluttony, and Becomings-Meat: Carnivory in Early Modern English Literature.” Routledge Companion to Literature and Food. Eds. Lorna Piatti-Farnell and Donna Lee Brien. Routledge. In progress.
  • “The Tail of Melusine: Hybridity, Mutability, and the Accessible Other.” Melusine’s Footprint: Tracing the Legacy of a Medieval Myth. Eds. Melissa Ridley Elmes, Deva Kemmis-Hicks, and Misty Urban. Brill. Forthcoming.
  • “Skin on Skin: Wearing Flayed Remains.” Flaying in the Premodern World: Practice and Representation. Ed. Larissa Tracy. Boydell & Brewer. In press.
  • “The Affective Scripts of Early Modern Execution and Murder.” The Renaissance of Emotion. Ed. Richard Meek and Erin Sullivan. Manchester University Press, 2015. 221–240.
  •  “The Binding of the Fairies: Four Spells.” Preternature 1:2 (2012), 323–354.
  •  “Bartholomew Fair: Monstrous Births and the Early Modern Imaginary.” Proceedings 2007: Selected Papers from the Eleventh College-Wide Conference for Graduate Students in Languages, Linguistics, and Literature. Ed. Katya Jenson, Elizabeth Lavolette, and Carl Polley. University of Hawai‘i-Mānoa: National Foreign Language Resource Center, 2007. 52–55.

Awards


Mellon Fellow for Paleography Seminar, Folger Shakespeare Library, 2009

Education


  • PhD in English with a specialization in medieval and early modern literature, UH Manoa, 2014
  • MA in English with a specialization in medieval and early modern literature, UH Manoa, 2006
  • MFA in Creative Writing-Poetry, Syracuse University, 2000.
  • BA in English, Sarah Lawrence College, 1996

Courses


Fall Semester 2015
  • ENG-330: Medieval Literatue