Dr Helen Young

Map

Selected grants

2012

  • Imagining Diversity: Race and Ethnicity in Popular Fantasy Fiction; Young H; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA).

Selected publications

Download citations: PDF RTF Endnote

Books

  • Young, H. (2016). Race and Popular Fantasy Literature: Habits of Whiteness. New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2010). Constructing England in the Fourteenth Century: A Postcolonial Interpretation of Middle English Romance. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Edited Books

  • Young, H. (2015). Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to 'A Game of Thrones'. New York: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). The Middle Ages in Popular Culture: Medievalism and Genre. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.

Book Chapters

  • Young, H. (2015). Introduction: Dreams of the Middle Ages. In Helen Young (Eds.), Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to 'A Game of Thrones', (pp. 1-9). New York: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). Introduction: Multiple Middle Ages. In Helen Young (Eds.), The Middle Ages in Popular Culture: Medievalism and Genre, (pp. 1-9). Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2010). Diverse Lessons: Cosmopolitanism and Fantasy Fiction Inside and Outside the Classroom. In Loshini Naidoo (Eds.), Education Without Borders: Diversity in a Cosmopolitan Society, (pp. 145-157). New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Young, H. (2007). Refusing The Medieval Other: A Case Study of Pre-Modern Nationalism and Postcoloniality in the Middle English St. Erkenwald. In Caroline Hamilton, Michelle Kelly, Elaine Minor and Will Noonan (Eds.), The Politics and Aesthetics of Refusal, (pp. 146-164). Newcastle U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Journals

  • Young, H. (2016). Digital Gaming and Tolkien, 1976-2015. Journal of Tolkien Research, 3(3).
  • Young, H. (2016). Racial Logics, Franchising, and Video Game Genres: The Lord of the Rings. Games and Culture, 11(4), 343-364. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2015). Whiteness and Time: The Once, Present, and Future Race. Studies in Medievalism, 24, 39-49.
  • Young, H., Downes, S. (2014). Anglo-Norman in Exile: The Early Critical Reception of Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. The Mediaeval Journal, 4(2), 103-122. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2014). Critiques of Colonialism in Robin Hobb's 'Soldier Son' Trilogy. Extrapolation, 55(1), 33-50. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2014). Race in Online Fantasy Fandom: Whiteness on Westeros.org. Continuum, 28(5), 737-747. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2013). "It's the Middle Ages, Yo!": Race, Neo/medievalisms, and the World of Dragon Age. The Year's Work in Medievalism, 27, 1-9.
  • Wilson, I., Cowin, L., Johnson, M., Young, H. (2013). Professional Identity in Medical Students: Pedagogical Challenges to Medical Education. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 25(4), 369-373. [More Information]
  • Johnson, M., Cowin, L., Wilson, I., Young, H. (2012). Professional identity and nursing: contemporary theoretical developments and future research challenges. International Nursing Review, 59(4), 562-569. [More Information]
  • Reid, C., Young, H. (2012). The new compulsory schooling age policy in NSW, Australia: ethnicity, ability and gender considerations. Journal of Education Policy, 27(6), 795-814. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2011). "Des Gestes des Englays": England and the English in Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance studies, 42(1), 309-328.
  • Johnson, M., Tran, D., Young, H. (2011). Developing risk management behaviours for nurses through medication incident analysis. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 17(6), 548-555. [More Information]
  • Johnson, M., Young, H. (2011). The application of Aronson's taxonomy to medication errors in nursing. Journal of nursing care quality, 26(2), 128-135. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2010). Approaches to Medievalism: A Consideration of Taxonomy and Methodology through Fantasy Fiction. Parergon, 27(1), 163-179.
  • Young, H. (2010). Correction to Translation of Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. Notes and Queries, 57(3), 320-321. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2010). Diversity and Difference: Cosmopolitanism and Lord of the Rings. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 21(3), 351-365.
  • Young, H. (2009). Wodewoses: the (In)Humanity of Medieval Wild Men. AUMLA, Special Issue(2009), 37-47.
  • Young, H. (2008). Medievalism: The Middle Ages in Modern England (review). Parergon, 25(2), 128-129. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2007). Line 33 of St Erkenwald. Notes and Queries, 54(2), 124-125. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2003). "Bi contray caryez this knyght". Journeys of colonisation in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Philament, , 1-5.

Conferences

  • Young, H. (2008). Remembering, forgetting, and rewriting the Vikings in "Guy of Warwick". Vikings and their Enemies, Melbourne: Viking Research Network.
  • Young, H. (2007). The footnotes of theory, patterns of influence, and the potential of the postcolonial Middle Ages. Time and Temporalities.
  • Young, H. (2006). National Champion: Single Combat and England's Hero in Guy of Warwick. Romance in Medieval England: 10th Biennial Conference.
  • Young, H. (2005). Athelston and English Law: Plantagenet Practice and Anglo-Saxon Precedent. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2005). Translation, history and nation in St Erkenwald. Annual conference of ANZAMEMS.

Reference Works

  • Young, H. (2008). Anonymous: Athelston. Literary Encyclopedia. The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.

2016

  • Young, H. (2016). Digital Gaming and Tolkien, 1976-2015. Journal of Tolkien Research, 3(3).
  • Young, H. (2016). Race and Popular Fantasy Literature: Habits of Whiteness. New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2016). Racial Logics, Franchising, and Video Game Genres: The Lord of the Rings. Games and Culture, 11(4), 343-364. [More Information]

2015

  • Young, H. (2015). Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to 'A Game of Thrones'. New York: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). Introduction: Dreams of the Middle Ages. In Helen Young (Eds.), Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to 'A Game of Thrones', (pp. 1-9). New York: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). Introduction: Multiple Middle Ages. In Helen Young (Eds.), The Middle Ages in Popular Culture: Medievalism and Genre, (pp. 1-9). Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). The Middle Ages in Popular Culture: Medievalism and Genre. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.
  • Young, H. (2015). Whiteness and Time: The Once, Present, and Future Race. Studies in Medievalism, 24, 39-49.

2014

  • Young, H., Downes, S. (2014). Anglo-Norman in Exile: The Early Critical Reception of Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. The Mediaeval Journal, 4(2), 103-122. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2014). Critiques of Colonialism in Robin Hobb's 'Soldier Son' Trilogy. Extrapolation, 55(1), 33-50. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2014). Race in Online Fantasy Fandom: Whiteness on Westeros.org. Continuum, 28(5), 737-747. [More Information]

2013

  • Young, H. (2013). "It's the Middle Ages, Yo!": Race, Neo/medievalisms, and the World of Dragon Age. The Year's Work in Medievalism, 27, 1-9.
  • Wilson, I., Cowin, L., Johnson, M., Young, H. (2013). Professional Identity in Medical Students: Pedagogical Challenges to Medical Education. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 25(4), 369-373. [More Information]

2012

  • Johnson, M., Cowin, L., Wilson, I., Young, H. (2012). Professional identity and nursing: contemporary theoretical developments and future research challenges. International Nursing Review, 59(4), 562-569. [More Information]
  • Reid, C., Young, H. (2012). The new compulsory schooling age policy in NSW, Australia: ethnicity, ability and gender considerations. Journal of Education Policy, 27(6), 795-814. [More Information]

2011

  • Young, H. (2011). "Des Gestes des Englays": England and the English in Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance studies, 42(1), 309-328.
  • Johnson, M., Tran, D., Young, H. (2011). Developing risk management behaviours for nurses through medication incident analysis. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 17(6), 548-555. [More Information]
  • Johnson, M., Young, H. (2011). The application of Aronson's taxonomy to medication errors in nursing. Journal of nursing care quality, 26(2), 128-135. [More Information]

2010

  • Young, H. (2010). Approaches to Medievalism: A Consideration of Taxonomy and Methodology through Fantasy Fiction. Parergon, 27(1), 163-179.
  • Young, H. (2010). Constructing England in the Fourteenth Century: A Postcolonial Interpretation of Middle English Romance. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Young, H. (2010). Correction to Translation of Piers Langtoft's Chronicle. Notes and Queries, 57(3), 320-321. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2010). Diverse Lessons: Cosmopolitanism and Fantasy Fiction Inside and Outside the Classroom. In Loshini Naidoo (Eds.), Education Without Borders: Diversity in a Cosmopolitan Society, (pp. 145-157). New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Young, H. (2010). Diversity and Difference: Cosmopolitanism and Lord of the Rings. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 21(3), 351-365.

2009

  • Young, H. (2009). Wodewoses: the (In)Humanity of Medieval Wild Men. AUMLA, Special Issue(2009), 37-47.

2008

  • Young, H. (2008). Anonymous: Athelston. Literary Encyclopedia. The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Young, H. (2008). Medievalism: The Middle Ages in Modern England (review). Parergon, 25(2), 128-129. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2008). Remembering, forgetting, and rewriting the Vikings in "Guy of Warwick". Vikings and their Enemies, Melbourne: Viking Research Network.

2007

  • Young, H. (2007). Line 33 of St Erkenwald. Notes and Queries, 54(2), 124-125. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2007). Refusing The Medieval Other: A Case Study of Pre-Modern Nationalism and Postcoloniality in the Middle English St. Erkenwald. In Caroline Hamilton, Michelle Kelly, Elaine Minor and Will Noonan (Eds.), The Politics and Aesthetics of Refusal, (pp. 146-164). Newcastle U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Young, H. (2007). The footnotes of theory, patterns of influence, and the potential of the postcolonial Middle Ages. Time and Temporalities.

2006

  • Young, H. (2006). National Champion: Single Combat and England's Hero in Guy of Warwick. Romance in Medieval England: 10th Biennial Conference.

2005

  • Young, H. (2005). Athelston and English Law: Plantagenet Practice and Anglo-Saxon Precedent. [More Information]
  • Young, H. (2005). Translation, history and nation in St Erkenwald. Annual conference of ANZAMEMS.

2003

  • Young, H. (2003). "Bi contray caryez this knyght". Journeys of colonisation in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Philament, , 1-5.

For support on your academic profile contact .