Emily Dalton

Humanities (Literature)

Lecturer

Email: emily.dalton@yale-nus.edu.sg

Dr Emily Dalton received a BA in English and French from Stanford University, an MSt in both English and Celtic Studies from the University of Oxford, and a PhD in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. Her research focuses on medieval English, French, and Welsh literature, with particular interests in the philosophy of language, translation, and insular multilingualism.

Middle English Literature
Old French Literature
Middle Welsh Literature
Medieval Romance
Multilingualism and Translation
Medieval Philosophy and Logic

“Animating Names: Eponyms, etymologies, and enchantments in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi,” North American Journal of Celtic Studies 3:2 (2019)

“‘Clansyd hom in Cristes nome’: Translation of Spaces and Bodies in St. Erkenwald,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 117:1 (2018)

Literature and Humanities I & II
Medieval Romance: Magic and the Supernatural
Death, Mourning, and Memory in Medieval Literature