Megan Renz Perry works on the intellectual history of the early Middle Ages. A Baylor Honors College alumna, she completed her master’s work in medieval history at the University of Kentucky on Carolingian accounts of the vice of greed. She is now beginning a dissertation on the Alfredian translation of the Pastoral Care in its political (ecclesial and secular), pedagogical, and philosophical contexts of OE ‘wisdom literature’ and virtue ethics. She is very interested as well on the reception of classical (esp.Latin) ethics texts in the early Middle Ages, in England and the continent. She was briefly a goat farmer and now happily raises two young boys.