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July 1, 2013

postmedieval 4.2: Medieval Mobilities


“The world is my home when I’m mobile”: Medieval Mobilities  (Laurie Finke, Martin B. Shichtman, and Kathleen Coyne Kelly)


A Restless Medieval? Archaeological and Saga-steads in the Viking Age North Atlantic  (Douglas J. Bolender [Field Museum of Natural History] and Oscar Aldred [Newcastle University]
Have Dante Will Travel: On the Limitations of Personal Mobility (Daniel Hartnett [Kenyon College])
Der guote Gêrhart: The Power of Mobility in the Medieval Mediterranean (William Crooke [East Tennessee State University])
Mobile Language Networks and Medieval Travel Writing  (Jonathan Hsy [George Washington University])
Ruins in Motion (Heather Bamford [Texas State University-San Marcos])
Virtual Mobility: Landscape and Dreamscape in a Late Medieval Allegory (Anne Harris [DePauw University])
Flea and ANT: Mapping the Mobility of the Plague, 1330s-1350s (Kathleen Coyne Kelly [Northeastern University])


Medieval Worlds and Mad Max  (John Urry [University of Lancaster])


Transmedieval Mattering and the Untimeliness of the Real Presence (Kathleen Biddick [Temple University])

*reviewing: Karen Barad, Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning (Duke UP, 2007);
Jane Bennett,Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things (Duke UP, 2010);
Lanfranc, On the Body and Blood of the Lord and Guitmund of Aversa, On the Truth of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Eucharist, trans. by M.G. Vaillancourt (Catholic U America P, 2009); and
Eric Santner, The Royal Remains: The People’s Two Bodies and the Endgame of Sovereignty (U Chicago P, 2011).

[see postmedieval site at Palgrave for more information on this and other issues]
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