Shannon received her BA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in English Literature and continued her studies with a MA at Bristol University in the United Kingdom. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Medieval Literature with a focus on the Arthurian legend.
- Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Medieval Studies
- Currently serving as the Undergraduate Studies Graduate Representative for English Graduate Student Association (EGSA).
- Presented at the Medieval Studies Institute Symposium at Indiana University: “Consequences of Chivalry: Violence and the Fall of Camelot in Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur”
- Presented at Texas A&M University’s History Conference: “A Rich Man’s Game: The Politics of Power and Prestige in Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Black Arrow (1888)”