Dr. Andrew LiVecchi

Adjunct Professor in Core Studies



Ph.D. (2020), English, Western University
Dissertation: Malory, Chivalric Medievalism, and New Imperialist Masculinity

M.A. (2014), English, Brock University

B.A. (2013), History and English, Brock University


  • Western Culture & Tradition I (HUM-110)
  • Western Culture & Tradition II (HUM-120)


Dr. Andrew LiVecchi is an adjunct professor in the Core Program, where he teaches HUM-110 and HUM-120. LiVecchi also works as a partial-load professor at Sheridan College teaching courses on writing, literature, and mythology. Outside of teaching, he fills his time with musical composition, creative writing, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu

Research Interests

  • Medievalism
  • Chivalry
  • Arthurian legend

Recent Publications 


“Malory, Chivalric Medievalism, and New Imperialist Masculinity.” Western University, 2020.

Short Stories

“The Kelpie.” Kingdoms of Wrath and Ice. Tourmaline & Quartz Publishing, 2022.

Recent Funding

  • Western University Doctoral Excellence Research Award, 2016-2018
  • SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship SSHRC, 2014-2018