Monday, April 11, 2011

Year's Work in Medievalism 24 (2009) and 25 (2010)

Just came across these. Both were published in 2010 by Wipf and Stock Publishers.

The Year's Work in Medievalism, 2009
Edited by Amy S. Kaufman
Retail Price: $12.00
Web Price: $9.60
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13: 978-1-60899-543-1
Pages: 88
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 06/01/2010
Street Date: 05/17/2010
Division: Wipf and Stock
Category: Humanities
Book Description
The Year's Work in Medievalism 2009 includes papers delivered at the 23rd Annual Conference on Medievalism, organized by the International Society for Studies in Medievalism, and held at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in October 2008. The topic of the conference was "Regional Medievalisms," a topic this volume conceives of broadly; the enclosed essays address medievalism in different genres and academic fields as well as geographic regions. The conference was organized by Amy S. Kaufman, who is the editor of this volume; the Director of Conferences and Series Editor of the Year's Work in Medievalism is Gwendolyn Morgan.

Gwendolyn Morgan, Beowulf and the Middle Ages in Film
Cory James Rushton, Canadian Grail
Alexander Moffett, "Certain Fragments of Yellow Parchment": Remembering the Medieval in Virginia Woolf's "The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn"
Kathleen Coyne Kelly, Russ Meyer, Bricoleur: King Arthur, Wonder Woman, and Nazis in Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
Karl Fugeslo, Regional Medievalisms in Academia: Pictorial vs. Textual Responses to the Divine Comedy
M.J. Toswell, Earle Birney: Medievalist Bard of British Columbia
Cory Lowell Grewell, Vanquishing the Beast Within: Christianization of the Hero Ethos in Robert Zemeckis's Beowulf

The Year’s Work in Medievalism, 2010
Edited by Gwendolyn Morgan
Retail Price: $18.00
Web Price: $14.40
ISBN 10:
ISBN 13: 978-1-60899-991-0
Pages: 158
Binding: Paperback
Publication Date: 12/06/2010
Street Date: 12/06/2010
Division: Wipf and Stock
Category: Humanities

Book Description
The Year's Work in Medievalism, volume XXV, is based upon but not restricted to the 2010 proceedings of the annual International Conference on Medievalism, organized by the Director of Conferences for the International Society for the Study of Medievalism, Gwendolyn Morgan, and, for 2009, Dr. Pam Clements. The Year's Work in Medievalism also publishes bibliographies, book reviews, and announcements for conferences and other events.

Richard Utz, Pi(o)us Medievalism vs. Catholic Modernism: The Case Of George Tyrell
Martha Oberle, The Legacy of the Medieval Mendicant Orders
Chelsea Gunter, Mysticism and Messianism in the Poetry of Paul Celan
William Calin, Postcolonialism and Medievalism: How French Regional Cultures/Literatures Reshape Their Past and Present
Jana K. Schulman, Retelling Old Tales: Germanic Myth and Language in Christopher Paolini's Eragon
Arthur Russell, From English Stage to American Page: The Transatlantic Dissemination of Leonard MacNally's Robin Hood; or, Sherwood Forest
Gwendolyn Morgan, The Battle of Maldon in Imitative Translation
Edward L. Risden, The Battle of Maldon: A One-act Play for Readers' Theater
T.S. Miller, A Look at Some New Lays of Beowulf: The Misunderstood Monsters of Contemporary Popular Music
Aspen Hougen, Debilitating Dracula: Vampire as Illness Metaphor from the Middle Ages to the Present Day
Peter Johnsson, Purged by Fire: The Influence of Medieval Visionary Literature on Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Gerald Nachtwey, Unburied Corpses: The Violence of the Past in William Morris's Froissartian Poems
Karl Fugelso, Dante as Surfer Medievalism: Sandow Birk's Commedia Illustrations

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