Carissa Harris teaches medieval literature at Temple University and is the author of Obscene Pedagogies: Transgressive Talk and Sexual Education in Late Medieval Britain (2018). Her writing about medieval impotence trials (yes, you read that correctly), histories of intoxication and consent, abortion, and rape culture has appeared in a range of outlets including the Washington Post, Slate, avidly, Narratively, Vox, Aeon, and Electric Literature.
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