Dr. Flavin focuses on medieval literature, particularly British literature and culture,
as well as literary theory and Irish studies. He earned his PhD from Southern Illinois
University and has taught in Tennessee, Illinois, Indiana, and Oklahoma, arriving
at NSU in 2012. He serves as the chair of the Department of Languages and Literature
and coordinates the MA in English program for the Tahlequah campus.
Medieval women writers, literary theory, cultural theory.
Medieval literature, literary theory, literary criticism, folklore, medieval philosophy
- PhD, Medieval literature and culture, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, 2011
- MA, British Literature, Middle Tennessee State University, 2006
- BS, English, Austin Peay State University, 1999
- Christopher Flavin and Joy Morrow (Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New), Published, 2021
- Christopher Flavin (Cited Research), Published, 2020
- Chaucers Moral Storytelling as Christian Exemplar. - Southwest Conference on Christianity and Literature - - 2019
- Mysticism and Literary Enchantment: Learning from the Traditions. - Southwest Conference on Christianity and Literature - - 2018
- The Cooks Manly Game. - 52nd International Medieval Congress - - 2017
- Teaching the Medieval Middle: Theory and Practice. - Illinois Medieval Association - - 2016
- Mapping the Medieval Zombie: The Appropriation and Historicity of the Living Dead.
- PCA/ACA National Conference - - 2015
- HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE - ENGL 4663 - Fall 2020
- GRADUATE RESEARCH & WRITING - ENGL 5033 - Fall 2020
- INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE - ENGL 2113 - Fall 2020
- INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH MAJOR - ENGL 2001 - Spring 2020
- SEMINAR IN ENGLISH STUDIES III - ENGL 5653 - Spring 2020
- ENGLISH STUDIES II - ENGL 4913 - Spring 2020