New Medieval Literatures: Volume VII by Wendy ScaseNew Medieval Literatures: Volume VII by Wendy Scase

New Medieval Literatures: Volume VII

EditorWendy Scase, Rita Copeland, David Lawton

Hardcover | July 31, 2005

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New Medieval Literatures Volume 7 spotlights methodologies and practices in medieval textual studies. Ten challenging new essays together explore contemporary medievalist practices in and beyond the academy; review and critique disciplinary cultures in medieval studies past and present; andexperiment with new paradigms. As usual, the volume showcases work by leading scholars together with work by striking new voices. In this volume's analytical survey 'Actually existing Anglo-Saxon Studies', Clare Lees imagines alternatives to current disciplinary culture. Other essays are WendyScase, 'The Medievalist's Tale' (introduction); Stephanie Trigg, 'Walking through Cathedrals: Scholars, Pilgrims, and Medieval Tourists'; Steve Ellis, 'Framing the Father: Chaucer and Virginia Woolf'; Daniel Wakelin, 'William Worcester writes a History of his Reading'; Mishtooni Bose, 'VernacularPhilosophy and the Making of Orthodoxy in the Fifteenth Century'; Melissa Raine, '"Fals Flesch": Food and the Embodied Piety of Margery Kempe'; Lisa H. Cooper, 'Urban Utterances: Merchants, Artisans, and the Alphabet in Caxton's Dialogues in French and English'; Seeta Chaganti, '"A Form as GrecianGoldsmiths make": Enshrining Narrative in Chretien de Troyes's Cliges and the Stavelot Triptych'; and Christopher Cannon, 'Between the Old and the Middle of English'.
Wendy Scase is at Professor of Medieval English Literature, University of Birmingham. Rita Copeland is at Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania.
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Title:New Medieval Literatures: Volume VIIFormat:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.79 inPublished:July 31, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Wendy Scase: The Medievalist's TaleStephanie Trigg: Walking Through Cathedrals: Scholars, Pilgrims, and Medieval TouristsSteve Ellis: Framing the Father: Chaucer and Virginia WoolfDaniel Wakelin: William Worcester Writes a History of His ReadingMishtooni Bose: Vernacular Philosophy and the Making of Orthodoxy in the Fifteenth CenturyMelissa Raine: 'Fals Flesch': Food and the Embodied Piety of Margery KempeLisa H. Cooper: Urban Utterances: Merchants, Artisans, and the Alphabet in Caxton's Dialogues in French and EnglishSeeta Chaganti: 'A Form as Grecian Goldsmiths Make': Enshrining Narrative in Chretien De Troyes's Cliges and the Stavelot TriptychChristopher Cannon: Between the Old and the Middle of EnglishClare A. Lees: Analytical Survey 7: Actually Existing Anglo-Saxon Studies Rita Copeland, David Lawton, Wendy Scase: Postscript

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`Review from previous edition The sixth edition of New Medieval Literatures sees the annual's editors keeping up a commitment to uncompromising, articulately theorized, highly specialized discussion of medieval culture.'Elliot Kendall, Times Literary Supplement