Miranda Wilcox studies the literature and culture of Anglo-Saxon England and the Christian Latin poetry of Late Antiquity. Her research focuses on how Anglo-Saxon communities constructed Christian identity using narratives, metaphors, and ritual discourses. She is particularly interested in the role of confessions of faith and biblical epic poetry in the Christianization process.
Ph.D. Medieval Studies, University of Notre Dame, 2006 M.M.S. Medieval Studies, University of Notre Dame, 2002 B.A. Honors English, Brigham Young University, 1999