Debating the Middle Ages: Issues and Readings
Barbara H. Rosenwein, Lester K. Little
Wiley, Sep 16, 1998 - History - 396 pages
This book brings together some of the most original and influential recent work in the field of medieval history. It provides a stimulating overview of current medieval historiography, demonstrating that history is not a collection of static facts, but rather a dynamic process of interpretation. Each part of the book comprises an introduction by the editors, discussing the significance of the topic and the history of its interpretation. There follow, for each, five to six readings from books or articles that reflect some of the most important current scholarship in the field. Several pieces are here translated into English for the first time.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
While the issues represented in this collection are interesting and the articles useful, many of the authors are apparently from the "if it's not boring, it's not scholarly" school of academia.
Review: Debating the Middle Ages: Television Comedy and American CultureUser Review - Karen - Goodreads
If I was a Medievalist, I might care about these lofty issues. Alas, I am not, so therefore my interest level is nill... Read full review
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