Elizabeth Bryan researches medieval Brut Chronicle narratives and their evolving interpretations, medieval and early modern palaeography and codicology, theories of authorship and textual production in manuscript cultures, and Early Middle English vernacularity. She has published Collaborative Meaning in Medieval Scribal Culture: The Otho Laȝamon (Michigan, 1999) and articles on Laȝamon and on historical reception of the Middle English prose Brut.
Bryan is author of Collaborative Meaning in Medieval Scribal Culture: the Otho Laȝamon (1999) and articles on Laȝamon's Brut and the Middle English prose Brut and on medieval manuscripts. Edited a special issue of Arthuriana summer 2000. Current projects focus on manuscript text and image in the fifteenth-century ME prose Brut, and on twelfth- and thirteenth-century European contexts for Laȝamon's use of vernacular Early Middle English.
ELIZABETH JOHNSON BRYAN, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania 1990M.A. University of Pennsylvania 1981B.A. summa cum laude University of North Carolina at Greensboro 1975
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