Stephanie Trigg, ‘On Not Knowing Where to Look: Teaching Hoccleve under Pandemic Conditions,’ Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. 2024. Readers’ reports received Feb. 2024: minor revisions requested.

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Reading the Emotional Rhetoric of the Face: Tarjei Vesaas’ The Ice Palace,Colloquium Helvetica, 2024. Awaiting readers’ reports

Tyne Sumner, ‘Troubling the Face: Sylvia Plath’s Lyric Masks.’ Colloquium Helvetica (2024)

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Miles Franklin and the Modernist Face’, Journal of World Literature, special issue on ‘The Face in/as World Literature’, ed. Anca Parvulescu and Tyne Daile Sumner. January, 2026. 



Stephanie Trigg, Facing up to the History of Emotions, co-ed with Stephanie Downes. Palgrave Macmillan, 2023. Previously published as special issue of postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies, 8.1 (2017).


Tyne Sumner,‘Zoom Face: Self-Surveillance, Performance and Display’ in Performing Identity in the Era of COVID-19. Eds. Lauren O’Mahony, Rahul K. Gairola, Melissa Merchant and Simon Order (Routledge, 2023)

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Facing up to the History of Emotions,’ co-written with Stephanie Downes, in Facing up to the History of Emotions, 1-9.

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Looking at Faces: Geoffrey Chaucer, Hilary Mantel, and Alexis Wright,’ in Literature and the Senses, ed. Annette Kern-Stähler and Elizabeth Robertson. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023. 31-48.

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Cloudy Thoughts: Cognition and Affect in Troilus and Criseyde,’ in Gender, Poetry and the Form of Thought: Essays in Honor of Elizabeth A Robertson, ed. Ingrid Nelson and Jennifer Jahner. Le High University Press, 2022, 25-46.

Stephanie Trigg, ‘Emotion and the Face in the Work of Peter Booth,’ Tarrawarra Museum of Art, 5th February, 2023.

Refereed Articles

Tyne Sumner, ‘Pixel, Partition, Persona: Machine Vision and Face Recognition in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun.’ Open Library of Humanities 9.2 (2023): 1-23.

Stephanie Trigg, Review of Alice Hazard, The Face and Faciality in Medieval French Literature, 1170-1390. French Studies 76.3 (2022): 454-54.

Tyne Sumner, ‘Zoom Face: Self-Surveillance, Performance and Display.’ Journal of Intercultural Studies 43.6 (2022): 865-879.

Guillemette Bolens, “Kinesic intelligence, medieval illuminated psalters, and the poetics of the psalms.” Studia Neophilologica, 2022

Guillemette Bolens, “Marcel Proust: Kinesic Styles and Consciousness as Interaction.” Modern Fiction Studies 68.4, 2022

Guillemette Bolens, “Inventive embodiment and sensorial imagination in medieval drawings: The marginalia of the Walters Book of Hours MS W.102.” Cogent Arts & Humanities 9 (1), 2022

Guillemette Bolens, “Embodied cognition, kinaesthetic knowledge, and kinesic imagination in visual arts and literature.” Frontiers in Communication. Sec. Multimodality of Communication, 2022

Guillemette Bolens, “The sense of movement in the Stanzaic Morte Arthur and the Alliterative Morte Arthure.” English Studies, 2022

Tyne Sumner, False Face Must Hide What the False Heart Doth Know: The Literary Face in the Age of AI.Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY (2021): 253–255.

Tyne Sumner, ‘Portrait, Lyric, Code: Reading the Face Before and After Laura Riding Jackson’s Body’s Head.’ Cordite Poetry Review. 2022.