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Caroline Batten is a doctoral researcher in Old English and Old Norse literature at the University of Oxford. Her doctoral thesis is the first stylometric analysis of the Old English metrical charms, and her scholarship more broadly examines gender and sexuality in Old English and Old Norse texts in relation to magic and the supernatural, understandings of disease and the body, and performative speech. She earned her MPhil from the University of Oxford and her BA from Swarthmore College, and currently teaches medieval English literature at Worcester College and St John’s College, Oxford.
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|Arthur Rackham at Trinity College
Emma Sillett, Trinity College Librarian, and Dr Caroline Batten explore the Danson Library's...
|Emma Sillett, Caroline Batten
|Morte D'Arthur Murals in the Oxford Union
A visual discussion of the Morte D'Arthur murals in the library of the Oxford Union by Tom...
|Tom Corrick, Caroline Batten
|Ursula K. Le Guin
Caroline Batten offers a basic introduction to author Ursula K. Le Guin's life, work, and...
|A Conversation with Katherine Langrish
Dr Caroline Batten chats with author Katherine Langrish about her book 'From Spare Oom to War...
|Caroline Batten, Katherine Langrish
|A Conversation With R. F. Kuang
Carolyne Larrington and Caroline Batten interview Rebecca F. Kuang, award-winning fantasy author...
|Carolyne Larrington, Caroline Batten, R. F. Kuang
An introduction to the Victorian fantasist and fairy tale author George MacDonald, who convinced...
|Caroline Batten, Claire Mulley