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Dr. D. Thomas Hanks
Sir Thomas Malory
Carroll Science, room 314
Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Tom Hanks's research interests include Medieval English literature, especially the works of Geoffrey Chaucer and of Sir Thomas Malory.
Malory and Christianity. Ed. D. Thomas Hanks, Jr., and Janet Jesmok. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2013. A collection of essays. (Peer Reviewed)
'All maner of good love comyth of God': Malory, God's Grace, and Noble Love. In Malory and Christianity. Ed. D. Thomas Hanks, Jr., and Janet Jesmok. Kalamazoo, Mich: Medieval Institute Publications, 2013.9-28.
Sir Thomas Malory: An Annotated Bibliography. Oxford Bibliographies: Medieval Studies. Forthcoming, 2013.
'His studie was but litel on the Bible'; Today's Student and the Bible in The Canterbury Tales. Medieval Perspectives 25 (2010 ): 51-67.
Tolkien's 'Leaf by Niggle':A Blossom on the Tree of Tales. Journal of Inklings Studies 2.1 (April 2012): 23-48.
'A far green country under a swift sunrise'—Tolkien's Eucatastrophe and Malory's Morte Darthur. Fifteenth Century Studies 36 (Spring 2011): 49-64.