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Ashby Kinch

Ashby Kinch is a professor in the University of Montana’s Department of English, who specializes in the literature of the medieval period, particularly the late medieval period. He is the author of Imago Mortis: Mediating Images of Death in Late Medieval Culture (2013) and “Intervisual Texts, Intertextual Images: Chaucer and the Luttrell Psalter," Visual Approaches to Chaucer (Penn State University Press; 2016), 1-25. He is also co-editor of Chartier in Europe (2008), a collection of essays that explores the work of 15th century French poet and diplomat, Alain Chartier, and it influence on European literature. In his spare time, he plays guitar and soccer, and loves to hike and ski.