Sarah Chatelain Yancey is a Masters student pursuing a degree in Literature, Criticism, and Textual Studies with an emphasis in Medieval studies through the Department of English. She received a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Creative Writing from the University of South Carolina in Aiken in 2016.
Sarah’s research interests center on Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse literature, focusing on the function of narrative voice and presence of the poet within the story. She currently teaches first year composition classes as a Graduate Teaching Associate and works as a tutor in the Writing Center.
- B.A. University of South Carolina, Aiken, 2016
- “Cat in the Rain.” South Carolina’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Fiction, Z Publishing House, 2018.
- “Unlocking Beowulf’s Word-Hoard: The Hero’s Grip on Narrative” at the South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, 2019.
- “Deor: Beyond the Elegy” at the South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, 2017.
- “Company” at the Southeast Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Conference, 2016.
- “A Man Most Abused: Malvolio’s Revenge” at the University of South Carolina’s Discovery Day Conference, 2016.
- “A Man Most Abused: Malvolio’s Revenge” at the University of South Carolina Aiken’s Research Day Conference, 2016.