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Medieval Concepts of the Past
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Medieval Concepts of the Past shows how the history of the Middle Ages is reshaped by leading medieval historians in Germany and the United States in the light of cultural and social-scientific investigations into ritual, language and memory. These two national traditions of medieval scholarship, which have been largely separated over the course of the twentieth century, are drawing closer together through a common interest in issues of social science and linguistic theory as applied to the representation of the past. This book marks a step in the reconvergence of these two historiographical traditions.

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Review of the hardback:'The essays will intrigue anyone interested in medieval memory and medieval forms of memorialization.'

Source: Société des études médiévales du Québec

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