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The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages I: Race Studies, Modernity, and the Middle Ages†
‘The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages’– a two-part article – questions the widely held belief in canonical race theory that ‘race’ is a category without purchase before the modern era.Expand
The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages II: Locations of Medieval Race1
‘The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages’– a two-part article – questions the widely held belief in canonical race theory that ‘race’ is a category without purchase before the modern era.Expand
Early Globalities, and Its Questions, Objectives, and Methods: An Inquiry into the State of Theory and Critique
Abstract The study of the global past in deep time sets in the foreground many questions that also bedevil literary theory today. That convergence — between how to study the global past and how toExpand
Empire of Magic: Medieval Romance and the Politics of Cultural Fantasy
Introduction: In the Beginning Was RomanceHistory as Romance: The Genesis of a Medieval Genre1. Cannibalism, the First Crusade, and the Genesis of Medieval Romance: Geoffrey of Monmouth's History ofExpand
The Romance of England: Richard Coer De Lyon, Saracens, Jews, and the Politics of Race and Nation
At the heart of one version of the thirteenth/fourteenth/fifteenth century romance, Richard Coer de Lyon (RCL)1—whose Middle English texts recount, in romance mode, the putative history of the ThirdExpand
Reinventing Race, Colonization, and Globalisms across Deep Time: Lessons from the Longue Durée
  • Geraldine Heng
  • History
  • PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language…
  • 1 March 2015
In July 1099, after three years of levantine military adventure during which new latin christian colonies were fashioned at edessa and Antioch, the transnational forces from Europe later known as theExpand
Early Globalities, Global Literatures: Introducing a Special Issue on the Global Middle Ages
“Early Globalities, Global Literatures” introduces a selection of global literatures from premodernity and critically discusses why the study of The Global Middle Ages serves contemporary culture andExpand
Jews, Saracens, ‘Black Men’, Tartars: England in a World of Racial Difference
Medieval England, in its dramatically contrasting responses to the non-European, non-Christian nations, races and communities it encountered and found to be irreducibly alien can at fi rst glanceExpand
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