Lisa Myers, a recently 2015 PhD graduate in Medieval Studies and current departmental Term Lecturer, recently published her article “T. H. White’s ‘Forest Sauvage’: Nostalgia and Loss” in Studies in Medievalism XXVI: Ecomedievalism. In this article, Myers examines T. H. White’s critique of modernity as reflected in his depiction of the forest in The Sword in the Stone, the first book of his Arthurian tetralogy, The Once and Future King.