Robert Boenig is Professor of English at Texas A&M University (See profile). He earned a PhD from Rutgers University and an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. A medievalist who also specializes in modern writers whose work evokes the Middle Ages, he has published ten books and over fifty articles in scholarly journals, including Speculum, JEGP, The Chaucer Review, ELN, Neophilologus, Neuphilologische Mitteillungen, Mythlore, Seven, and The Journal of the William Morris Society. He is past Editor of the journal Studia Mystica and Contributing Editor to the Broadview Anthology of British Literature. His book Anglo-Saxon Spirituality was published by Paulist Press for its distinguished Classics of Western Spirituality Series. His edition of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, co-edited with Andrew Taylor, was recently published by Broadview Press.
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