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medieval

, mediaeval
of, relating to, or in the style of the Middle Ages
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There is a certain richness produced by her reading of Lacanian theory alongside medieval texts, and she has managed to help take the field of psychoanalytic medievalism well beyond the naive "application" stage to one in which problems of historiography, epistemology, semiology, and desire, relevant not only to medieval studies but to all engagements with the past, are pushed to the forefront.
This new scholarly concern with medievalism also has a contemporary source, as the Middle Ages increasingly is pictured in both popular culture and academ ic discourse as an absolute historical opposite, as the last premodern moment in Western Civilization.
Combining beautiful Formal analysis with larger theological and liturgical issues, this book, rich in new ideas, makes an important contribution to a number of issues: the nature of Renaissance cult images, medievalism vs.
Simmons, nineteenth-century medievalism imprints a sense of imagined
The narrative lashes from postmodernism to medievalism to Disney, finally just resembling a failed episode of Xena: Warrior Princess.
Dowling proceeds from Morris' medievalism to Pater's belief in the Renaissance as a source for liberty of the heart and intellect.
Museums and transport buildings predominated in the new medievalism of competing city states.
For this volume of Studies in Medievalism, the editor asked contributors "to write about the influence of corporate entities on post-medieval interpretations of the Middle Ages.
Once past that, everything takes off grippingly, not least in the manic medievalism of much of the dance-like writing.
Nicholas Haydock's Movie Medievalism takes as its subject the enduring fascination--in Hollywood and elsewhere--with the Middle Ages.
What the new French law fails to see is that the problem facing Western Europe is not that there are too many burkas, but that there are too many people who see little of value in the West and so are tempted to revert to Islamic medievalism.
This was designed by Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, the firm founded by the Bostonian architect and writer Ralph Adams Cram, who, with his passion for European medievalism, really was a disciple of Pugin.