Monday, September 10, 2012

Corporate Medievalism Contents Update

Corporate Medievalism, volume 21 in the Studies in Medievalism series, has recently been released. An earlier post detailed the basics of the book, but now the contents (below) can be matched with their respective authors.

1 Editorial Notes (Karl Fugelso)
2 Lives of Total Dedication? Medieval and Modern Corporate Identity (M. J. Toswell)
3 Reincorporating the Medieval: Morality, Chivalry, and Honor in Post-Financial-Meltdown Corporate Revisionism (Kevin Moberly and Brent Moberly)
4 Medievalism and Representations of Corporate Identity (KellyAnn Fitzpatrick and Jil Hanifan)
5 Knights of the Ownership Society: Economic Inequality and Medievalist Film (Harry Brown)
6 A Corporate neo-Beowulf: Ready or Not, Here We Come (E. L. Risden)
7 Unsettled Accounts: Corporate Culture and George R.R. Martin's Fetish Medievalism (Lauryn S. Mayer)
8 Historicizing Neumatic Notation: Medieval Neumes as Cultural Artefacts of Early Modern Times (Eduardo Henrik Aubert)
9 Hereward the Dane and the English, but Not the Saxon: Kingsley's Racial Anglo-Saxonism (Michael R. Kightley)
10 From Romance to Ritual: Jessie L. Weston's Gawain (Helen Brookman)
11 The Cinematic Sign of the Grail (J. Rubén Valdés Miyares)
12 Destructive Dominae: Women and Vengeance in Medievalist Film (Felice Lifshitz)
13 Neomedievalism Unplugged (Pamela Clements and Carol L. Robinson)
14 Notes on Contributors

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