15 December, 2014


We first had to move the YWiM site to Google, but now we are finally in the right place, and Medievalism NOW, the volume we discussed producing during the 2013 Medievalism Conference at St. Norbert College, is finally available. Here is the information:

Issue 28 (2013) of The Year's Work in Medievalism, entitled MEDIEVALISM NOW, edited by Ed Risden, Karl Fugelso, Richard Utz:

Table of Contents:
  • E. L. Risden: Introduction 
  • Valerie B. Johnson: Ecomedievalism: Medievalism's Potential Futures in Ecocriticism and Ecomaterialism  
  • Amy S. Kaufman: Lowering the Drawbridge   
  • Elena Levy-Navarro: A Long Parenthesis Begins   
  • Nickolas Haydock: Medievalism and Anamorphosis: Curious Perspectives on the Middle Ages  
  • Kevin Moberly & Brent Moberly: There is No Word for Work in the Dragon Tongue   
  • E. L. Risden: Miyazaki's Medieval World:  Japanese Medievalism and the Rise of Anime  
  • Karl Fugelso: Embracing Our Marginalism:  Mitigating the Tyranny of a Central Paradigm   
  • Carol L. Robinson: The Quest for a Deaf Lesbian Dwarf (or Anyone Else that Might Have Been Excluded) in Medievalist Video Games: A Response to Karl Fugelso’s ‘Manifesto’   
  • Jesse G. Swan: Incipient Bureaucrat, Passionate Lover, and Amateur Medievalism of Early Modernity: The Example of Sir Henry Yelverton in the 1621 Parliament   
  • Helen Young: Place and Time: Medievalism and Making Race  
  • Richard Utz: Can We Talk About Religion, Please? Medievalism’s Eschewal of Religion, and Why it Matters