BA and MA Teaching

Christiania currently teaches BA courses on ‘Writing Medieval Women’, ‘Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages’, and ‘Magic and Miracle: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Pearl‘ at the Universities of Lausanne and Geneva. She also co-teaches a BA lecture course ‘Earlier Englishes’ at the University of Bern.

She has also taught Middle English literature extensively at the University of Warwick (1996-2016), and at the International University of Venice (2020).

Doctoral Supervision

Christiania is currently co-supervising doctoral projects on ‘Robert of Knaresborough and the English Trinitarians’, and on ‘Mental Unity in the Writings of the Cloud-author, Marguerite Porete and Walter Hilton’, in the English Department at the University of Lausanne.

While at Warwick, Christiania successfully supervised doctoral projects on the poetry of Guillaume Machaut (2010); ‘Animals Soundscapes in Anglo-Norman Texts’ (2019); ‘Cushions, Kitchens and Christ: Mapping the Domestic in Late Medieval Religious Writing’ (2019)