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Dr Lesley Coote

Lecturer and Programme Director, Combined Honours (English)

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • Department of English and American Studies

Summary

Dr Lesley Coote is a lecturer in medieval studies, medievalism and early modern studies. She is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Book Chapter

A Short Essay about NeoMedievalism

Coote, L. (2010). A Short Essay about NeoMedievalism. Studies in Medievalism XIX. Defining Neomedievalism(s), 25 - 33. D.S. Brewer

Journeys to the Edge: Self-Identity, Salvation and Outlaw(ed) Space

Coote, L. (2011). Journeys to the Edge: Self-Identity, Salvation and Outlaw(ed) Space. Robin Hood in Greenwood Stood: Alterity and Context in the English Outlaw Tradition, 47 - 66. Brepols

Journal Article

Marriage, adultery and inheritance in Malory's 'Morte Darthur' by Karen Cherewatuk

Coote, L. (2008). Marriage, adultery and inheritance in Malory's 'Morte Darthur' by Karen Cherewatuk. The Modern language review, 103(2), (507 - 508). ISSN 0026-7937

Arthurian Literature, Vol. XXIII by Keith Busby; Roger Dalrymple

Coote, L. (2008). Arthurian Literature, Vol. XXIII by Keith Busby; Roger Dalrymple. The Modern language review, 103(2), 492-493. doi:10.2307/20467788

Book review: A bibliography of modern Arthuriana 1500-2000 by Ann F. Howey; Stephen R. Reimer

Coote, L. (2008). Book review: A bibliography of modern Arthuriana 1500-2000 by Ann F. Howey; Stephen R. Reimer. The Modern language review, 103(2), 493 - 494. https://doi.org/10.2307/20467789

Queer movie medievalisms. Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Tison Pugh, eds, 2009 Farnham: Ashgate

Coote, L. (2010). Queer movie medievalisms. Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Tison Pugh, eds, 2009 Farnham: Ashgate. Journal of gender studies, 19(1), (105 - 107). ISSN 0958-9236

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Coote welcomes applications in - Medieval romance, including Arthurian romance (medieval and neo-medieval) - Literature and culture from Chaucer to Skelton (including Malory) - Outlaw studies and ‘popular' literature (medieval and neo-medieval, all periods) - Multilingual contexts for medieval English literature - Medievalism in film, television and ‘new media' - Literature in film, television and 'new media' Completed PhDs - Romancing the Ordeal: Pain and Suffering in Medieval English Romance - Morgan le Fay and Other Women