IMC Reading list 2024

Posted by rhiandavies - Thursday, 27 Jun 2024

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The annals of Lampert of Hersfeld

The annals of Lampert of Hersfeld

£19.99

I. Robinson

Lampert is widely regarded as 'the unrivalled master among medieval historians' and 'a superb story-teller', noted for his vivid characterisation and narrative. This English translation of his work is of the greatest value to teachers and students of medieval history and also of interest to the general reader of European literature.

Heresy and inquisition in France, 1200-1300

Heresy and inquisition in France, 1200-1300

£25.00

John H. Arnold, Peter Biller

Exposes the inner workings of inquisitions in medieval France through expert translations of primary sources.

Hincmar of Rheims

Hincmar of Rheims

£25.00

Rachel Stone, Charles West

Brings together the latest international research on a key medieval writer and thinker

Jewish Women in Europe in the Middle Ages

Jewish Women in Europe in the Middle Ages

£25.00

Simha Goldin

Looks at the relationships between men and women within Jewish communities living in Germany, northern France and England in the late Middle Ages.

Peasants and historians

Peasants and historians

£25.00

Phillipp Schofield

This book examines one hundred years of historical debate on the English peasantry in the later Middle Ages, exploring the influences and changes to peasantry society, economy and culture.

The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga

The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga

£25.00

Rachel Stone, Charles West

The first published translation of Hincmar's treatise - a key source for studying ninth-century political history and the ideology of kingship.

Towns in medieval England

Towns in medieval England

£19.99

Gervase Rosser

Assembles a diverse range of texts to encourage and facilitate the study of medieval towns - a fresh incentive following the collapse of the city-based Roman Empire, shaped by the cultural and commercial currents of the time.

Women, dowries and agency

Women, dowries and agency

£25.00

Dana Wessell Lightfoot

Examines labouring-status women in late medieval Valencia as they negotiated the fundamentally defining experience of their lives: marriage

Between earth and heaven

Between earth and heaven

£30.00

Johanna Kramer

Examines the teaching of the theology of Christ's ascension in Anglo-Saxon literature, offering the only comprehensive examination of how patristic ascension theology is transmitted, adapted and taught to Anglo-Saxon audiences

History through material culture

History through material culture

£12.99

Leonie Hannan, Sarah Longair

Material culture is central to human experience and represents a vital but under-used source for historians. Written in a lively and accessible style, this guide provides clear and practical guidance on how to incorporate the study of objects into historical practice.

Noble society

Noble society

£25.00

Jonathan R. Lyon

This volume contains five biographical sources, translated into English for the first time , about noblemen and noblewomen living in twelfth-century Germany.

Nonhuman voices in Anglo-Saxon literature and material culture

Nonhuman voices in Anglo-Saxon literature and material culture

£30.00

James Paz

This book explores the voices of nonhuman things in Anglo-Saxon literature and material culture, making a valuable contribution to 'thing theory'.

Peacemaking in the Middle Ages

Peacemaking in the Middle Ages

£30.00

J. E. M. Benham

This study explores the making of peace in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries based on the experiences of the kings of England and the kings of Denmark. It offers a vision of how relationships between rulers were regulated and maintained in a period before nation states and international law.

Reading Robin Hood

Reading Robin Hood

£25.00

Stephen Knight

Explores and explains stories about the mythic outlaw, who from the middle ages to the present stands up for the values of natural law and true justice.

Rethinking Norman Italy

Rethinking Norman Italy

£25.00

Joanna Drell, Paul Oldfield

This volume on Norman Italy (southern Italy and Sicily, c. 1000-1200) honours the pioneering scholarship of Graham A. Loud. An international group of scholars reassesses the paradigm by which Norman Italy has been understood, addressing subjects across four key themes: historiographies, identities and communities, religion and Church, and conquest.

Transporting Chaucer

Transporting Chaucer

£25.00

Helen Barr

Argues for new relationships between Chaucer's poetry and works by others

Constructing kingship

Constructing kingship

£19.99

James Naus

This book examines the relationship between the Capetian monarchs of France and the Crusades, and considers the challenge to political authority that confronted them following their failure to join the early crusades, and their less-than-impressive involvement in later ones.

Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries

Contemporary Chaucer across the centuries

£90.00

Helen Hickey, Anne McKendry, Melissa Raine

This collection gathers leading international scholars in the humanities, who offer cutting-edge responses to the writings of Geoffrey Chaucer for the current critical moment. The range of methodological approaches exemplifies significant trends in medieval literary and medievalism studies, providing a springboard for future research.

Fools and idiots?

Fools and idiots?

£30.00

Irina Metzler

Combines modern and medieval approaches to intellectual disability, and engages with a very wide range of sources in order to fill a major gap in this relatively new field, and demonstrate that disability, illness and healthcare are embedded in daily life.

Immigrant England, 1300-1550

Immigrant England, 1300-1550

£25.00

W. Mark Ormrod, Bart Lambert, Jonathan Mackman

Immigrant England tells the story of thousands of people who migrated to later medieval England. The book draws on uniquely rich evidence about the lives of these men and women, and analyses the attitudes of the English to the foreigners in their midst. Essential reading for everyone interested in the historical dimensions of modern debates.

Performing women

Performing women

£85.00

Susannah Crowder

This study investigates the 'exceptional' staging of the life of Catherine of Siena by a female actor and a female patron in 1468 Metz. Integrating new approaches to drama, gender and patronage, it offers an original paradigm of female performance that positions women at the core of public culture.

The politics of Middle English parables

The politics of Middle English parables

£85.00

Mary Raschko

This study explores how writers reconciled provocative biblical stories with late-medieval culture. Highlighting the many variations and points of conflict across renditions of the same story, the book unfolds a creative theological discourse through which writers attempted to re-construct Christian belief and practice.

<i>The Knight and the Barrel</i> (<i>Le Chevalier au barisel</i>)

The Knight and the Barrel (Le Chevalier au barisel)

£85.00

Adrian P. Tudor

This is the first English translation of the canonical Old French text Le Chevalier au barisel. It includes the original text and a facing-page translation, as well as an extensive introduction and notes.

Dating Beowulf

Dating Beowulf

£30.00

Daniel C. Remein, Erica Weaver

Dating Beowulf explores the difficulties and pleasures of intimacy with Beowulf -philological and speculative, playful and serious - and how they organise themselves in an array of interrelated critical practices. Opening avenues for future work, it complicates urgent questions in the discourses of literary theory and Old English studies.

Hermits and anchorites in England, 1200-1550

Hermits and anchorites in England, 1200-1550

£19.99

E. A. Jones

This book provides an unprecedented range of sources for the solitary life in late-medieval England, including many that have never before been published, alongside a scholarly introduction and commentary by one of the foremost experts in the field.

Household knowledges in late-medieval England and France

Household knowledges in late-medieval England and France

£85.00

Glenn D. Burger, Rory G. Critten

This book examines how the late-medieval household acted as a sorter, user and disseminator of information. Considering the reciprocal relationship between the domestic experience and its cultural expression, contributors provide a fresh illustration of the imaginative scope of the late-medieval home and its centrality to cultural production.

John Wyclif

John Wyclif

£90.00

Stephen Penn, John Wyclif

This new collection of translations represents the first attempt to offer a representative sample of Wyclif's Latin works in translation in a single volume.

The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture

The church as sacred space in Middle English literature and culture

£25.00

Laura Varnam

This book places us at the heart of medieval religious life, standing inside the church with the medieval laity in order to ask what it meant to them and why. Drawing on a wide range of theoretical and interdisciplinary approaches, it examines the interplay of vernacular literature, ritual and material culture at the centre of parish life.

Writing the Welsh borderlands in Anglo-Saxon England

Writing the Welsh borderlands in Anglo-Saxon England

£25.00

Lindy Brady

An ambitious book which argues that the March of Wales, as it existed as a legally defined space in the period after 1066, had a long pre-history as a place of encounter and interchange from the early Anglo-Saxon period. It is argued that this frontier space was not inevitably a zone of ethnic conflict, but one where hybrid identities could exist.

Affective medievalism

Affective medievalism

£25.00

Thomas A. Prendergast, Stephanie Trigg

The book argues that the temporal privilege of the medieval masks the extent to which the medieval and medievalistic are mutually constitutive and ultimately dependent not on absolutist epistemological claims but on how feelings and temperaments affect the way we approach the Middle Ages.

Confronting crisis in the Carolingian empire

Confronting crisis in the Carolingian empire

£25.00

Mayke de Jong, Justin Lake

This is the translation of an extraordinary and enigmatic narrative of Carolingian history, which should interest historians of politics, religion and literature in equal measure. Radbertus' 'Epitaph for Arsenius' is both a personal and a political text, written with twenty years of hindsight, by an author is also an actor in his own work.

Debating medieval Europe

Debating medieval Europe

£19.99

Stephen Mossman

This unique textbook introduces undergraduate students to medieval historiography, providing an entry point for the dense scholarship on the period. Volume I covers the post-Roman world, from 450 to 1050.

Early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries

Early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries

£30.00

Duncan Sayer

This book moves beyond the examination of grave goods to place community at the forefront of cemetery studies. It reveals that early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries were pluralistic, multi-generational places where the physical communication of digging a grave was used to construct family and community stories.

Enacting the Bible in medieval and early modern drama

Enacting the Bible in medieval and early modern drama

£85.00

Eva von Contzen, Chanita Goodblatt

The thirteen chapters in this collection open up new horizons for the study of biblical drama by putting special emphasis on multitemporality, the intersections of biblical narrative and performance, and the strategies employed by playwrights to rework and adapt the biblical source material in Catholic, Protestant and Jewish culture.

From Iceland to the Americas

From Iceland to the Americas

£85.00

Tim William Machan, Jón Karl Helgason

This volume looks at how Leif Eiriksson's visit to Vinland around the year 1000 has been reimagined in the modern era, taking on a range of media from scholarly works on history and mythology to novels, films and comic books. More broadly, it asks why medieval contact has become a modern cultural touchstone.

Harley manuscript geographies

Harley manuscript geographies

£85.00

Daniel Birkholz

This first-ever monograph on the celebrated medieval miscellany Harley 2253 (c. 1340) uses methods derived from cultural geography to revise prevailing understandings of English literary history. The Harley manuscript's extraordinary diversity of texts has a counterpart in the monograph's topical range and flexibility of approach.

Northern memories and the English Middle Ages

Northern memories and the English Middle Ages

£85.00

Tim William Machan

This book argues that the image of medieval England created by writers of the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries was deeply informed by medieval and modern Scandinavia. Protestant and monarchical, the Scandinavian region became an image of Britain's noble past and an affirmation of its current global status.

Play time

Play time

£85.00

Daisy Black

An important re-theorisation of medieval gender and anti-Semitism, centring biblical drama as a source of evidence for lay attitudes towards scriptural time. Interrogating the Christian preoccupation with a superseded Jewish past, the book asks how this model is subverted by characters who experience time differently.

Transfiguring medievalism

Transfiguring medievalism

£85.00

Cary Howie

Transfiguring medievalism explores medieval literature, modern poetry and theologies both medieval and modern to show how bodies can become apparent to the attentive eye as more than they first appear. Bringing together medieval sources with modern lyric medievalism, the book argues for the surprising porousness of time and flesh.

A landscape of words

A landscape of words

£30.00

Amy C. Mulligan

This book examines major literary texts by and about the Irish in the Middle Ages, providing an analysis of a spatial poetics developed over 600 years. It argues that the Irish theorised anew the concept of 'place' and developed a 'spatial turn' that reconfigured how communities in the Irish Sea region thought about writing, place and identity.

Doing digital history

Doing digital history

£12.99

Jonathan Blaney, Jane Winters, Sarah Milligan, Martin Steer

A practical guide to digital history, which shows just how much can be done without writing any code. This book will give researchers in history or related fields the skills and confidence to approach existing digital resources and to create their own. Assuming no prior knowledge, the guide focuses on hands-on techniques for working with text.

Emotional monasticism

Emotional monasticism

£25.00

Lauren Mancia

Drawing on the devotional culture of John of Fécamp's Norman monastery, Emotional monasticism exposes the monastic roots of medieval affective piety, casts a new light on the devotional life of monks in Europe before the twelfth century and redefines how medievalists should teach the history of Christian devotion.

God's only daughter

God's only daughter

£25.00

Kathryn Walls

The first full-length study to be devoted to Una, the beleaguered but ultimately triumphant heroine of Book One of The Faerie Queene

John Derricke's <i>The Image of Irelande: with a Discoverie of Woodkarne</i>

John Derricke's The Image of Irelande: with a Discoverie of Woodkarne

£90.00

Professor Thomas Herron, Denna Iammarino, Maryclaire Moroney

John Derricke's Image of Irelande, with a Discoverie of Woodkarne is one of the best and least known works produced in England on Tudor Ireland. This collection's sixteen essays examine the work's political and historical meaning, print history, iconographic elements, paratexts, literary and artistic influences and cultural archaeology. The collection will appeal to scholars of many disciplines.

Justice and mercy

Justice and mercy

£25.00

Philippa Byrne

This study investigates justice and mercy in twelfth-century England, using theological texts, sermons, legal treatises and letter collections to explore how moralists approached questions of judgement and judicial ethics in the foundational period of English common law.

Leprosy and identity in the Middle Ages

Leprosy and identity in the Middle Ages

£90.00

Elma Brenner, François-Olivier Touati

This book presents new, cross-disciplinary research on leprosy in medieval Europe, focusing on questions of identity. It reveals complex responses to the disease, challenging earlier views that medieval sufferers were uniformly stigmatised. The social, religious and cultural impacts are explored, as are post-medieval perspectives.

Practising shame

Practising shame

£25.00

Mary C. Flannery

Practicing shame explores how the literature of medieval England encouraged women to secure their honour by cultivating hypervigilance against shame. The book transforms our understanding of the construction of femininity in the past and offers a new framework for thinking about honourable womanhood now and in the years to come.

Rebel angels

Rebel angels

£30.00

Jill Fitzgerald

This book examines the 'fall of the angels' tradition in early medieval sermons, saints' lives, legal documents and Old English biblical poetry. It argues that Anglo-Saxon authors adapted apocryphal and patristic accounts in ways that allowed them to express their ideas concerning ecclesiastical and secular power.

The Irish tower house

The Irish tower house

£30.00

Victoria L. McAlister

Tower houses are the definitive building of medieval Ireland. This study investigates their significant social role, which has previously gone underappreciated. Innovative conclusions stem from an interdisciplinary methodology that demonstrates the interconnectedness of society, economics and the environment in medieval culture.

Hybrid healing

Hybrid healing

£85.00

Lori Ann Garner

This book works from the premise that the tremendous diversity of Old English medical texts requires an equally diverse range of interpretative methodologies. Taking a case study approach, it offers close readings tailored to individual remedies, drawing from biology, rhetoric, archaeology, folkloristics and disability studies.

Jacopo da Varagine's <i>Chronicle of the city of Genoa</i>

Jacopo da Varagine's Chronicle of the city of Genoa

£25.00

C. E. Benes

This is the first English translation of Jacopo da Varagine's Chronicle of the city of Genoa. It broadens the available literature in English on medieval Italian urban life, providing an engaging introduction to medieval Genoa, civic culture, Dominican composition and the 'historical Jacopo'.

Monastic experience in twelfth-century Germany

Monastic experience in twelfth-century Germany

£20.00

Alison I. Beach, Shannon M. T. Li, Samuel Sutherland

This first English translation of the twelfth-century Chronicle of Petershausen offers an intimate and colourful view of traditional monastic life against the backdrop of contemporary interactions with bishops and lay patrons, the process of monastic reform, and the local and supra-regional disruption driven by the struggle over investiture.

Neighbours and strangers

Neighbours and strangers

£26.00

Bernhard Zeller, Charles West, Francesca Tinti, Marco Stoffella, Nicolas Schroeder, Carine van Rhijn, Steffen Patzold, Thomas Kohl, Wendy Davies, Miriam Czock

This book explores rural societies in western Europe from 700-1050. It focuses on the bottom of the social hierarchy, rejectingviews that see rural society exclusively through the structures of lordship and challenging the teleological idea of the residential group as the prototype of the late-medieval structured community.

Painful pleasures

Painful pleasures

£90.00

Christopher Vaccaro

The chapters of Painful pleasures offer new and worthwhile pathways of examination into medieval culture and invite further analyses into the kinkier side of human sexualities, a side that in fact could not be more central to a study of our culture.

The heat of <i>Beowulf</i>

The heat of Beowulf

£85.00

Daniel C. Remein

The heat of Beowulf reexamines the aesthetics of the longest surviving Old English poem through the poetics of twentieth-century poets Jack Spicer, arguing that the aesthetics of Beowulf entangle vulnerable human corporeality in the non-human world, rendering perceptible what otherwise remains insensible.

The narrative grotesque in medieval Scottish poetry

The narrative grotesque in medieval Scottish poetry

£85.00

Caitlin Flynn

The narrative grotesque introduces a new framework for reading medieval texts that rupture conventional poetic boundaries and create unsettling fusions of poetic forms and narratological subjectivities.

Bede the scholar

Bede the scholar

£60.00

Peter Darby, Máirín MacCarron

Bede the Scholar distils a decade of research by leading scholars on the Northumbrian monk, the Venerable Bede (c. 673-735). Considering his place within the wider intellectual developments of the early medieval world, the book demonstrates the centrality of the Bible to Bede's writings and the coherence and clarity of his scholarly programme.

Difficult pasts

Difficult pasts

£85.00

Mimi Ensley

Difficult Pastscombines book history, reception history and theories of cultural memory to explore how Reformation-era audiences used medieval literary texts to construct their own national and religious identities. In doing so, it challenges narratives that separate manuscript and print, Catholic and Protestant, or medieval and Renaissance.

Early medieval militarisation

Early medieval militarisation

£25.00

Ellora Bennett, Guido M. Berndt, Stefan Esders, Laury Sarti

This volume is the first to study the phenomenon of early medieval militarisation from a wide geographic and disciplinary perspective. It explores the impact of an enhanced role attributed to warfare and the military as characteristic features of a European world in the process of becoming medieval.

Encountering <i>The Book of Margery Kempe</i>

Encountering The Book of Margery Kempe

£25.00

Laura Kalas, Laura Varnam

This innovative volume harnesses the interdisciplinarity and flexibility of 'encounter' to provide dynamic readings The Book of Margery Kempe in the twenty-first century. Incorporating thirteen original chapters and a critical introduction, it offers myriad exciting approaches to this important and ever-surprising medieval text.

International law in Europe, 700-1200

International law in Europe, 700-1200

£25.00

Jenny Benham

Was there international law in the Middle Ages? This book examines the extent to which such a system of rules was known and followed in the period 700 to 1200. Taking treaties as its main source, it challenges traditional interpretations of the history of international law and how it functioned in a period before fully fledged nation states.

Marian maternity in late-medieval England

Marian maternity in late-medieval England

£85.00

Mary Beth Long

Long takes advantage of the fifteenth century's intense interest in the Virgin Mary, the best-documented mother of the medieval period, to examine the constructions and performances of her maternity in devotional texts. This results in revisionist readings that consider maternity as a literate practice and devotional literacy as a maternal one.

Medieval women and urban justice

Medieval women and urban justice

£25.00

Teresa Phipps

This is the first in-depth, comparative study of women's access to justice in medieval English towns. It compares the records of Nottingham, Chester and Winchester and a wide range of legal actions to highlight the variable nature of women's legal status in actions that arose from the complex, messy ties of everyday life.

Sleep and its spaces in Middle English literature

Sleep and its spaces in Middle English literature

£25.00

Megan Leitch

This book shows how sleep and the spaces in which it takes place animate ethical codes and emotive scripts, shaping a range of medieval English genres. In particular, it demonstrates the significance of sleep-related motifs to Middle English romance and offers a more embodied understanding of dream visions by Chaucer, Langland and the Pearl-poet.

The illusion of the Burgundian state

The illusion of the Burgundian state

£25.00

Élodie Lecuppre-Desjardin, Christopher Fletcher

This innovative book explores Burgundian history and historiography while offering a complete synthesis covering the nature of politics in medieval Europe and the formation of the medieval state.

The reign of Edward II, 1307-27

The reign of Edward II, 1307-27

£22.99

Wendy Childs, Phillipp Schofield

This volume presents a concise history of the reign of Edward II, as well as essential sources in translation that allow for comparison of the scattered evidence available from this significant period in English history.

Approaches to emotion in Middle English literature

Approaches to emotion in Middle English literature

£85.00

Carolyne Larrington

A significant new account of emotion in Middle English literature, proposing key methodologies for the analysis of feeling and affect in literary texts. It shows how contemporary audiences learned to understand emotion in themselves and others, through empathetic response, the development of fictionality and the emergence of interiority.

Bestsellers and masterpieces

Bestsellers and masterpieces

£25.00

Heather Blurton, Dwight F. Reynolds

Bestsellers and masterpieces: The changing medieval canon offers a comparative critique of the development of the 'modern canon' of medieval literature across European and Middle Eastern medieval studies.

Borrowed objects and the art of poetry

Borrowed objects and the art of poetry

£20.00

Denis Ferhatovic

This study uses examinations of Exeter riddles, Old English religious verse and Beowulf to formulate the poetics of spolia - creative transformations of martial and architectural plunder serving to signal metatextual reflection.

Conceiving bodies

Conceiving bodies

£85.00

Dana Oswald

The Old English remedies for women's reproductive ailments gesture to contemporary notions of bodily autonomy. Close examination of the remedies for menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, stillbirth, and abortion reveal distinctions among them, where previously they were understood reductively as women's medicine.

Fantastic histories

Fantastic histories

£85.00

Victoria Flood

Details the political and cultural contexts of the entry of fairies to the historical record in twelfth century England, and the subsequent political uses of fairy narratives in both insular and continental history and romance, revealing the fairy as a contested marker of historicity and fictionality.

Hariulf's <i>History of St Riquier</i>

Hariulf's History of St Riquier

£85.00

Kathleen Thompson

A new translation of an important source for medieval monastic history that provides interesting insights the background to the Norman Conquest of England.

Literatures of the Hundred Years War

Literatures of the Hundred Years War

£25.00

Daniel Davies, R. D. Perry

This volume demonstrates how the Hundred Years War (1337-1453) provides a necessary context for late-medieval literature. It shows how war impacted the lives and works of major writers like Geoffrey Chaucer, Christine de Pizan, and Catherine of Siena, while also arguing for a transnational approach that moves beyond the Anglo-French core.

Medieval afterlives

Medieval afterlives

£90.00

Daisy Black, Katharine Goodland

This book shows how early drama traditions were transformed, re-used and reformed across time to form new relationships with their audiences. Medieval Afterlives offers insight into how sixteenth-century people understood and adapted performance spaces, stage technologies, characterisation, and popular dramatic tropes.

Premodern ruling sexualities

Premodern ruling sexualities

£90.00

Gabrielle Storey, Zita Eva Rohr

This book brings together a range of methodological approaches to highlight royal and elite sexualities - the sexualities of rulers, and those who were ruled by their sexualities - and how these case studies might contribute to our broader knowledge of premodern gender and sexualities.

Rethinking the Carolingian reforms

Rethinking the Carolingian reforms

£25.00

Arthur Westwell, Ingrid Rembold, Carine van Rhijn

This book sets out to challenge current interpretations of Carolingian culture, and especially its perceived correctio (correction), reform or renaissance. When we consider authors who operated outside the direct sphere of influence of the court, a much more dynamic image of Carolingian culture comes into view.

Riddles at work in the early medieval tradition

Riddles at work in the early medieval tradition

£25.00

Megan Cavell, Jennifer Neville

The first collection devoted solely to early medieval riddles, Riddles at work showcases recent research in this popular, new field. It brings together studies of Old English and Latin riddles, authors at various stages of their careers and a range of approaches, aiming to map out both the state of the field now and its future directions.

The history of emotions

The history of emotions

£17.99

Rob Boddice

Fully revised and updated, The history of emotions is the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to the theories, methods and problems in this field of historical inquiry and its intersections with other disciplines. It emphasises the importance of this kind of historical work for general understandings of the meaning of human experience.

White before whiteness in the late Middle Ages

White before whiteness in the late Middle Ages

£55.00

Wan-Chuan Kao

This ground-breaking book analyses premodern whiteness as operations of fragility, precarity and racialicity across bodily and nonsomatic figurations. It argues that the 'before' of whiteness is less a retro-futuristic temporisation than a set of strategies and discursive praxes that produce and yet delimit a range of medieval ideological regimes.

Fantasies of music in nostalgic medievalism

Fantasies of music in nostalgic medievalism

£85.00

Helen Dell

This book studies the ways in which three fields of creative activity inspired by the medieval - musical performance, literature, cinema and their reception - have worked together to produce and sustain the fantasy of a long-lost, long-mourned paradisal home.

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