Scott D. Stull completed his PhD in 2002 at Binghamton University, exploring houses from medieval England and colonial-era New England. Since then, he has continued his work in both areas. He has taught medieval archaeology since 2010, and is currently a Lecturer at the State University of New York at Cortland. His recent publications have been on sites in North America, notably the 2014 article in Archaeological Discovery titled “Colonial Houses and Cultural Identity in New York State’s Mohawk River Valley” with Michael Rogers and Kevin Hurley. His forthcoming work includes a paper with Michael Twomey (Ithaca College) on the houses in Chaucer’s Miller’s and Reeve’s Tales.