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We invite contributions to an edited collection titled The Middle Ages and Its Cultural Afterlives in the American South.
The Middle Ages and Its Cultural Afterlives in the American South seeks to address, firstly, the role that ideas of the European middle ages have played among native and indigenous, white, black, and Americans from past and present immigrant communities, particularly in the U.S. South; and secondly, the ways in which the South’s relationship to the middle ages has not only played a key role in shaping America’s perception of this period but also shaped an often racially-charged academic study of the middle ages. It seeks to address these lines of inquiry in essays that interrogate architecture and monuments, texts, curricula, material culture, film, media, and videogames.
Consequently, this collection aims to bring together scholars who specialize in a variety of field and area specializations, including, Southern Studies, American Studies, African American Studies, Native and Indigenous Studies, Latinx Studies, Asian American Studies, and Medieval Studies in order to reconsider how scholarship within these disciplines may be reshaped when put into conversation with one another.
Then, please submit your abstract by June 1, 2023 to
Alex Cook email@example.com
Donna Beth Ellard Donna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cassander Smith email@example.com
with the subject line “The Middle Ages and Its Cultural Afterlives.”
Department of English
University of Alabama