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prospects of medieval studies.

Knowles, David

prospects of medieval studies.

An inaugural lecture delivered on 29 October 1947.

by Knowles, David

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Published by University Press in Cambaridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle Ages -- History -- Study and teaching

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD119 .K6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6026931M
    LC Control Number48001179
    OCLC/WorldCa6233477

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Prospects of medieval studies by Knowles, David Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book ‘does’ Medieval Studies differently by bringing it into relation with the field of contemporary arts and by making ‘practice’, in the sense used by contemporary arts and by creative-critical writing, central to it.

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When scholars discuss the medieval past, the temptation is to become immersed there, to deepen our appreciation of the nuances of the medieval sources through debate about their meaning. But the past informs the present in a myriad of ways and medievalists can, and should, use their research to address the concerns and interests of contemporary society.

Medieval Literature and Social Politics brings together seventeen articles by literary historian Stephen Knight. The book primarily focuses on the social and political meaning of medieval literature, in the past and the present.

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The aim of this comparative and interdisciplinary field is to allow students to concentrate more fully on medieval studies than is .Graduate programs in medieval studies will often include one, if not multiple, courses that focus on the different pieces of literature that were written during the medieval age.This book, the first in our Companions to Medieval Studies series, is a brief introduction to the history, culture, and religion of the Viking Age and provides an essential foundation for study of the period.

The companion begins by defining the Viking Age and explores topics such as Viking society and religion. Viking biographies provide students with information on important figures in Reviews: 7.