The Cambridge companion to medieval English culture /
"This "companion" is designed to introduce a range of materials deemed to constitute the culture (or, perhaps better, cultures) of medieval England, from approximately the Norman Conquest to roughly the Reformation. The fields presented here may offer a rather unusual fit with standar...
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- Introduction: medieval English culture and its companions /
- Andrew Galloway
- Part One.
- Theaters of Culture: Political, Legal, Material:
- From court to nation /
- Scott Waugh;
- 2. dtThe legal revolution and the discourse of dispute in the twelfth century /
- Paul Hyams;
- Archaeology and post-Conquest England /
- David Hinton
- Part Two.
- Cultural Ideals and Cultural Conflicts:
- Social ideals and social disruption /
- Richard Kaeuper;
- 5. 'Celtic' visions of England /
- David Dumville;
- 6. The idea of sanctity and the uncanonized life of Margery Kempe /
- Rebecca Krug
- Part Three.
- Literacies, Languages, and Literatures:
- Visual texts in post-Conquest England /
- Laura Kendrick;
- Literacy, schooling, universities /
- Ralph Hanna;
- Anglo-Latin literature in the later Middle Ages /
- David Carlson;
- The vernaculars of medieval England, 1170-1350 /
- Elaine Treharne;
- 11. English literary voices, 1350-1500 /
- David Lawton
- Part Four.
- Legacies and Re-creations:
- Literary reformations of the Middle Ages /
- Helen Cooper;
- Re-creating the Middle Ages /
- Clare Simmons.