Table of contents for Cultural studies of the modern Middle Ages / edited by Eileen A. Joy ... [et al.].

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Medieval Presentism Before The Present--Nancy F. Partner * Through a Glass, Darkly: Medieval Cultural Studies at the End of History--Eileen A. Joy and Myra J. Seaman * Models of (Im)Perfection: Parodic Refunctioning in Spike TV's The Joe Schmo Show and Geoffrey Chaucer's "Tale of Sir Thopas"--Kimberly K. Bell * "She appears as brightly radiant as she once was foul": Medieval Conversion Narratives and Contemporary Makeover Shows"--Angela Jane Weisl * Outwit, Outplay, Outlast: Moral Lessons from Handlyng Synne and Survivor--Cynthia A. Ho and James Driggers * Back to the Future: Living the Liminal Life in the Manor House and the Medieval Dream Vision--Betsy McCormick * Medieval Histories and Modern Realism: Yet Another Origin of the Novel--Nancy F. Partner * Sacrificing Fiction and the Quest for the Real [in] King Arthur--Myra J. Seaman and John Green * The Crisis of Legitimation in Bush's American and Henry IV's England--Daniel T. Kline * Torture, Inquisition, Medievalism, Reality, TV--Steve Guthrie * Wolves, Outlaws, and Enemy Combatants--Michael E. Moore * Exteriority Is Not a Negation But a Marvel: Hospitality, Terrorism, Levinas, Beowulf--Eileen A. Joy * Opening Time: Psychoanalysis and Medieval Culture--Michael Uebel * Intertemporality--Jeffrey Jerome Cohen

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Civilization, Modern -- 1950-
Civilization, Medieval.
Popular culture.
Reality television programs.
Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism.
Literature, Modern -- Medieval influences.
United States -- Civilization -- Medieval influences.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-
War on Terrorism, 2001-