Scott Bevill has a PhD in English with a concentration in Medieval Literature.
- Medieval Literature
- Anglo-Saxon Literature, Language, and Culture
- History of the Book
- Paleography and Manuscript Studies
- Early Printing
- Digital Humanitties
- History of the English Language
- Medieval and Early Modern Historiography
Ph.D., English, University of Tennessee, 2016.
M.A., English, Clemson University, 2009
B.A., English and Secondary Education, Clemson University, 2004
- “Manuscript Madness at the Medieval Faire: Bringing Materiality into the Public Classroom.” in Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching, Special Issue: Manuscript Materiality in the Classroom, 2018 (forthcoming)
- "John Leland." The Encyclopedia of British Medieval Literature. Sian Echard and Robert Rouse, eds. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017.
- "And one of them slayne, but by whom... he Cannot judge": The pirate depositions taken by National Bacon (1576) at the Folger Shakespeare Library, edited by Scott Bevill, Caroline Carpenter, Lauren Griffin, John Kuhn, James Lambert, Nate Probasco, Marten Stromberg. Washington: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2013
- "Spenser's Arthur and Milton's Alfred: Rethinking Kingship and Identity in Early Modern England." Constructing the Medieval and Early Modern across Disciplines: Selected Proceedings of the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies 2011 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference. Karen Christianson, ed. Chicago: Newberry Library, 2011.
Awards, Honors & Grants
- NEH Summer Seminar, "The Materiality of Medieval Manuscript, University of Iowa, 2015
- W.M. Keck Foundation Fellowship, Huntington Library, 2013-2014
- Anne Marie Van Hook Memorial Summer Travel Fellowship, University of Tennessee, 2013-2014
- Mellon Summer Institute in Vernacular Paleography, Huntington Library, 2012
- John C Hodges Award for Exceptional Scholarship, University of Tennessee, 2010-2011.
Associations & Organizations
- MARCO Institute