VA Seminar Featured Member: Shannon Gayk

Shannon GaykShannon Gayk is associate professor of medieval literature at Indiana University in Bloomington and was recently appointed a fellow at the National Humanities Center for 2014-15. Her recent books explore the relationships among aesthetics, ethics, and theology in late-medieval England. She is currently completing several projects, including a book on pre-modern religious lyric, a study of the arma Christi (the instruments of Christ’s Passion) during the English reformations, and a co-edited collection of essays focusing on the changing place of sacred objects in medieval and early modern Europe.

Learn more about Shannon by visiting her author’s page here.