Dorsey Armstrong (born 1970) is Associate Professor of English and Medieval Literature at Purdue University. She received her Ph.D. in Medieval Literature from Duke University in 1998. Before joining the English department at Purdue in 2002, she taught at Centenary College of Louisiana and California State University, Long Beach. Her research interests include medieval women writers; late medieval print culture; and the Arthurian legend.
Her book Gender and the Chivalric Community in Sir Thomas Malory’s “Morte d’Arthur” was published by University Press of Florida in 2003, and widely reviewed. Her translated edition of Sir Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur : A Modern English Translation, was published by Parlor Press in 2009., has been reviewed  and is held in over 4500 WorldCat libraries  In January 2009, she became editor in chief of the academic journal Arthuriana, which publishes research on the legend of King Arthur, from its medieval origins to its enactments in the present moment. In her current research project—Mapping Malory’s “Morte”—she explores the role that geography plays in Malory’s version of the story of King Arthur. Professor Armstrong has won numerous awards for rigorous and engaged teaching style. She has taped three lecture series for The Teaching Company—two on the medieval world and one on developing good writing.
- ISBN 978-0-8130-2686-2
- Review, The Modern Language Review, Apr., 2005, vol. 100, no. 2, p. 477-479 
- The Journal of English and Germanic Philology Oct 2005 v104 i4 p570(3)
- Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies Oct 2005 v80 i4 p1229-1231
- CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries May 2004 v41 i9 p1660(2)
- ISBN 978-1-60235-103-5
- Reference & Research Book News ( November 01, 2009 ; 1-60235-103-1 )