Dr. Sandra Hordis
Associate Professor of English
Dr. Hordis specializes in medieval English literature and professional writing. Her areas of research interest include Geoffrey Chaucer, medieval technology, translation studies, and the rhetoric of professional writing. Dr. Hordis frequently attends research conferences and often presents papers on Chaucer, cultural studies, and rhetoric.
Read about Hordis' scholarly and creative activities in the Bulletin.
Recent Publications and Presentations
- Hordis, S. (April 2-4, 2008). What a Writer Does: On-Line Learning in a Professional Writing Classroom. Convention for College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA.
- P. Hardwick, Hordis, S. (Eds.). (2007). Medieval English Comedy: Profane Arts of the Middle Ages. Netherlands: Brepols Publishers.
- Hordis, S. (2007). "Gender and Dialogic Laughter in Malory's Morte Darthur." In P. Hardwick & S. Hordis (Eds.), Medieval English Comedy: Profane Arts of the Middle Ages. Netherlands: Brepols Publishers.
- Hordis, S. (May, 2007). Chaucer, Translated Words, and English Artistic Identity. International Congress on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
- Hordis, S. "Unity, Genre, and the Absolute Past: The Case of Malory's 'Tournament at Surluse,'" Medieval Forum 4 (December 2004)