The Year’s Work in Medievalism, 2011
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ISBN 13: 978-1-62032-303-8
Pages: 110
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 12/20/2012
Street Date: 12/20/2012
Division: Wipf and Stock
Category: Humanities
The Year’s Work in Medievalism, 2011
Edited by Edward L. Risden

Book Description
The Year's Work in Medievalism includes vetted essays from the Studies in Medievalism—now International Society for the Study of Medievalism—annual conference and from submissions to the editor throughout the year. The current volume includes a range of topics from medievalism in literature and art to the neomedievalism of movies and games. It includes these scholarly contributions:

E. L. Risden, Introductory Letter from the Editor

Gwendolyn Morgan, Recollections of Medievalism

Richard Utz, Them Philologists: Philological Practices and Their Discontents from Nietzsche to Cerquiglini

Clare Simmons, Really Ancient Druids in British Medievalist Drama

Karl Fugelso, Neomedievalisms in Tom Phillips' Commedia Illustrations

Jason Fisher, Some Contributions to Middle-earth Lexicography: Hapax Legomena in The Lord of the Rings

Simon Roffey, The World of Warcraft: A Medievalist Perspective

William Hodapp, Arthur, Beowulf, Robin Hood, and Hollywood's Desire for Origins

M. J. Toswell, The Arthurian Landscapes of Guy Gavriel Kay
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