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Gabriel Schenk completed his DPhil at Pembroke College in 2014. His thesis analyses depictions of King Arthur, focusing on a period spanning the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries when the figure of Arthur became increasingly protean and multifaceted.
He lectures online at Signum University, teaching courses on cultural histories, Arthuriana, and the works of the Inklings. He has also taught small groups and individuals in Uganda, Poland, Turkey, and across the UK.
He is one of the founders and organisers of the Pembroke Tolkien Lecture on Fantasy Literature – an annual lecture that promotes the study of fantasy, science-fiction, and other types of speculative fiction – and works for the literary estates of Owen Barfield and P.H. Newby.
“‘Arthur the King’ and ‘Arthur the Man’ in Clemence Housman’s The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis,” The Housman Society Journal, 2017
“The Once and Future Bard: Shakespeare and King Arthur,” in Culture-blind Shakespeare: Multiculturalism and Diversity (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2016)
“The Living Past of Morris’s Late Romances,” Journal of William Morris Studies, 2011