p. s. langeslag :: cv

curriculum vitae

This page is a hypertext variaton on my pdf cv, which is available here.

This page was last updated on 19 August 2017.

A. Personal data

Last name Langeslag
First names Paul Sander

B. Education

2012 PhD: Medieval Studies, University of Toronto [transcript]
Dissertation title: “Seasonal Setting and the Human Domain in Early English and Early Scandinavian Literature”
2007 MA: Medieval Icelandic Studies, University of Iceland [transcript]
2006 MA: English Language and Culture, Groningen University (cum laude) [transcript]
2005 Propaedeutic: Philosophy, Groningen University
2005 BA: English Language and Culture, Groningen University (cum laude) [transcript]
2003–2004: exchange, University of Helsinki
2001 Propaedeutic: English Teacher Training College, Windesheim College [Zwolle, Netherlands] [transcript]

C. Publications


Articles and Book Contributions

Conference Proceedings

Notes and Communications



D. Professional history

2013– Lecturer of Medieval English Studies at the University of Göttingen
Courses and workshops taught:
Project work:
  • Electronic Corpus of Homilies in Old English, Göttingen University and University College London, 2014– (transcription, development of XML and web infrastructure; training colleagues and students in XML editing)
2013 Instructor of Advanced Old Norse at the University of Toronto
  • mixed graduate/undergraduate reading course
2009, 2012–2013 Instructor of Latin at St. Philip’s Seminary, Toronto
Courses taught:
  • Intensive Latin I (grammar)
  • Latin II (grammar)
  • Latin IV: Vulgate and Scholastic Latin
  • Latin V: Patristics and Canon Law
2011 Instructor of Old Norse (unaccredited, term-length summer course)
2010–2011 Instructor of Old English (ENG240Y) at the Department of English, University of Toronto
2009–2013 Freelance language service provider
  • Copy editor (client: Reader’s Digest Canada)
  • Translator German–English, English–Dutch
  • Tutor of Old English, Old Norse, Latin, German, Dutch
2008–2011 Tutor of German for Reading Purposes at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto
2007–2010 Research assistant at the Dictionary of Old English
  • Lemmatization
  • Proofreading
  • Textual criticism
  • Web design

E. Administrative experience

2016 Hiring committee, Lecturership Medieval Studies, Göttingen University
2015– Coordinator for collaboration in research and teaching, University College London/Göttingen University
2015– Coordinator and developer (TEI XML, XSL, Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, HTML/CSS), Electronic Corpus of Homilies in Old English
2014– Webmaster, English Department, Section Medieval Studies, Göttingen University
2014– Health and Safety Officer, English Department, Göttingen University
2014 Hiring committee, Lecturership Medieval Studies, Göttingen University
2014 Hiring committee, Professorship North American Studies, Göttingen University

F. Awards and honours

2016 DAAD Congress Grant
2011–2012 Jackman Humanities Institute Graduate Fellowship
2010–2012 Ontario Graduate Scholarship
2010–2011 UTSU/APUS (now APUS/SAC) Undergraduate Teaching Award for Teaching Excellence, University of Toronto [certificate]
2007–2012 University of Toronto Fellowship
2007–2010 Prins Bernhard Cultuurfondsbeurs op naam: Carolus Magnus fonds travel award
2006–2007 Icelandic Government scholarship
2006–2007 HSP Talentenprogramma scholarship
2006–2007 VSBfonds scholarship