An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages
By (author) Marcus Bull
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Thinking Medieval by Marcus Bull
Book DescriptionThis book is aimed at students coming to the study of western European medieval history for the first time, and also graduate students on interdisciplinary medieval studies programmes. It examines the place of the Middle Ages in modern popular culture, exploring the roots of the stereotypes that appear in films, on television and in the press, and asking why they remain so persistent. The book also asks whether 'medieval' is indeed a useful category in terms of historical periodization. It investigates some of the particular challenges posed by medieval sources and the ways in which they have survived. And it concludes with an exploration of the relevance of medieval history in today's world.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781403912954
(216mm x 140mm x 13mm)
Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Publish Date: 27-Sep-2005
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Marcus Bull
Tudorism, Hardback (December 2011)
In architecture, music and literature, in paintings, films and television series, in print and on the internet, the Tudors are a hugely popular commodity. This volume is the first to study this phenomenon in depth, assembling foremost scholars in multiple fields to examine why the Tudors still make such an impact.
Thinking Medieval, Hardback (September 2005)
Examines the place of the Middle Ages in modern popular culture, exploring the roots of the stereotypes that appear in films, on television and in the press, and asking why they remain so persistent.
Experience of Crusading, Hardback (June 2003)
A collection of essays focusing on the theory and practice of crusading.
France in the Central Middle Ages, Paperback (November 2002)» View all books by Marcus Bull
This volume provides a variety of complementary points of entry to the history of France between 900 and 1200. Chapters contributed by a leading team of historians cover key themes such as France's political culture and identity, rural economy and society, the Church, and France's relations with the outside world.
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Author Biography - Marcus Bull
MARCUS BULL is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History in the University of Bristol. His previous publications include Knightly Piety and the Lay Response the First Crusade (1993) and The Miracles of Rocamadour: Analysis and Translation (1999). He plays an active role in Bristol's interdisciplinary Centre for Medieval Studies.
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