My research interests include: chivalric literature and culture, Chaucer, the Bible, Arthurian literature, Robin Hood, Sir Walter Scott, Malory, early Yiddish language and literature and its connections to Middle English, and the ecological role of heritage languages, ballads and theater history.
- Ph.D. in English and American Literature and Language, Harvard University - (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) 1981
- M.A. in English and American Literature and Language, Harvard University - (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) 1977
- M.A. in Medieval Studies, University of Toronto - (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) 1975
- B.A. in Medieval History, Harvard University - (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) 1974
- Wollock, J. G. (2022). Winner and Waster and its Contexts: Chivalry, Law and Economics in Fourteenth-Century England. ARTHURIANA. (2), 108-110.
- Wollock, J. G. (2021). The Emergence of Early Yiddish Literature: Cultural Translation in Ashkenaz. SIXTEENTH CENTURY JOURNAL. 52(1), 192-195.
- Wollock, J (2018). Middle Yiddish and Chaucer's English Considered as Fusion Languages. Leeds Studies in English. 121-133.
- Goodman, J. R (1998). Nature as Destiny in 'Troilus and Criseyde.'. Style (DeKalb). 31(3), 413-427.
- Goodman, J. R. (1992). European Chivalry in the 1490s. Comparative Civilizations Review. 43-72.
- Goodman, J. R (1998). Chivalry and Exploration, 1298-1630. Boydell & Brewer.
- Goodman, J. R (1991). British drama before 1660 a critical history. Twayne Pub.
- Goodman, J. R (1988). The legend of Arthur in British and American literature. Twayne Pub.
- Goodman, J. R (1987). Malory and William Caxton's Prose Romances of 1485. Taylor & Francis.
- Wollock, J. G (). Rethinking Chivalry and Courtly Love. ABC-CLIO.
- Wollock, J. G. (2007). Medieval England and Iberia: A Chivalric Relationship. Bullón-Fernández, M. (Eds.), England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th15th Century: Cultural, Literary, and Political Exchanges. 11-28. Palgrave Macmillan US.
- Wollock, J. (2021). Calls to cancel Chaucer ignore his defense of women and the innocent and assume all his characters opinions are his. - An article submitted to The Conversation
- Wollock, J. (2021). Chivalry is not about opening doors, but protecting societys most vulnerable from attack. - An article submitted to The Conversation
- Wollock, J. (2021). For the birds? Hardly! Valentines Day was reimagined by chivalrous medieval poets for all to enjoy, respectfully. - An article submitted to The Conversation