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  • Hardcover ISBN 9781604978643
  • Pages 294
  • Date May 2014
  • Size 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm
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International Medievalism and Popular Culture by Louise D'Arcens and Andrew Lynch

Traversing this transhistoric and crosscultural domain, International Medievalism and Popular Culture presents current considerations of multitemporality with new articulations of how medievalism participates in and expresses a range of international perspectives. In doing so, this study also traces the cultural dynamics of medievalism as it has appeared in various colonial environments, and it analyzes the hybrid forms even apparently nationalist medievalism has taken when transplanted into non-European soil. It engages with a medievalism that is “popular” not only in the sense of garnering a wide international audience, but as emerging within mass commodity culture and the contemporary global mediasphere.

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