New Medieval Literatures
(Oxford University Press, 1997 ISBN 0-19-818389-4)
New Medieval Literatures is the first issue of a new annual of work on literature and culture in medieval Europe. As well as featuring exciting new essays that interpret medieval texts for a postmodern age, every volume will include a survey by a leading medievalist of recent work in an emerging field of study. The essays in NML 1 question the concept of the medieval text itself.
Introduction: New Medieval Literatures: Breaking the Seal
Textual Territory: The Regional and Geographical Dynamic of Medieval Icelandic Literary Production
MARGARET CLUNIES ROSS
Counterfeiters, Lollards and Lancastrian Unease
Langlandian Reading Circles and the Civil Service in London and Dublin, 1380-1427
KATHRYN KERBY-FULTON and STEVEN JUSTICE
Conceptions of the Word: The Mother Tongue and the Incarnation of God
Childhood, Pedagogy, and the Literal Sense: From Late Antiquity to the Lollard Classroom
Pedagogy, Violence, and the Subject of Music: Chaucer's Prioress's Tale and the Ideologies of 'Song'
When a body meets a body: Fergus and Mary in the York Cycle
Ageism: Leland, Bale, and the Laborious Start of English Literary History, 1350-1650
Analytical Survey 1: Literary History and Cultural Study