Discrimination Has Long Played A Part In Medievalism Studies, But It Has Rarely Been Weaponized As Thoroughly And Publicly As In Recent Exchanges The Essays In The First Part Of This Volume Respond To That Development By Examining Some Of The Many Forms Discrimination Has Taken In Medievalism Studies Relative To Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Religion, And Ethnicity These Papers Thus Inform Many Of The Subsequent Chapters, Which Address A Wide Variety Of Aspects Of Medievalism, Showing How Many Cultural Areas It Touches Upon Subjects Include Evelyn Underhill S Literary Interest In The Arts And Crafts Movement The Anchoresses Of The Filmmaker Chris Newby And Novelist Robyn Cadwallader Cinematic Battle Orations Contemporary Representations Of Viking Helmet Horns Modern Board Game Culture And Vincent Van Gogh S Studio Of The South The Volume Also Includes A Transcription And Contextualization Of The Celebrated Scholar Helen Waddell S Notes On Medieval Texts Contributors Carla Arnell, Aida Audeh, Peter Burkholder, Christopher Caldiero, Michael Evans, Jennifer FitzGerald, Jonathan Godsall, Angus J Kennedy, Nadia Margolis, Lauryn Mayer, Timothy S Miller, Tison Pugh, Richard Utz, Kim Wilkins, Karen A Winstead, Helen Young,
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