1. William Cullen Bryant’s American Antiquities: Medievalism, Miscegenation, and Race in The Prairies
  2. Andrew Galloway
  3. pp. 724-751
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  1. Analogical Medievalism and Transatlantic Races: A Response to Andrew Galloway
  2. Christopher Hanlon
  3. pp. 752-757
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  1. Chaucer’s American Accent
  2. David Matthews
  3. pp. 758-772
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  1. A Response to David Matthews
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 773-780
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  1. Tycoon Medievalism, Corporate Philanthropy, and American Pedagogy
  2. Kathleen Davis
  3. pp. 781-800
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  1. Whither Tycoon Medievalism?: A Response to Kathleen Davis
  2. Sharon Irish
  3. pp. 801-805
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  1. “Forget what you have learned”: The Mistick Krewe’s 1914 Mardi Gras Chaucer
  2. Candace Barrington
  3. pp. 806-830
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  1. A Response to Candace Barrington
  2. Claire Sponsler
  3. pp. 831-837
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  1. Modernism’s Medieval Imperative: The Hard Lessons of Ezra Pound’s Hugh Selwyn Mauberley
  2. Larry Scanlon
  3. pp. 838-862
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  1. The Perverse Affections of Ezra Pound: A Response to Larry Scanlon
  2. Jim Hansen
  3. pp. 863-866
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  1. Leslie Fiedler’s Medieval America
  2. Kathy Lavezzo, Harilaos Stecopoulos
  3. pp. 867-887
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  1. “Each his own Eve”: Fiedler, Italy, and Dante. A Response to Kathy Lavezzo and Harilaos Stecopoulos
  2. Eleonora Stoppino
  3. pp. 888-892
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  1. Medievalization Theory: From Tocqueville to the Cold War
  2. Bruce Holsinger
  3. pp. 893-912
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  1. Gay Internet Medievalism: Erotic Story Archives, the Middle Ages, and Contemporary Gay Identity
  2. Steven F. Kruger
  3. pp. 913-944
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  1. Erotic Uncreativity: A Response to Steven F. Kruger
  2. Scott Herring
  3. pp. 945-950
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  1. Afterword: The Limits of Appropriation
  2. Paul Giles
  3. pp. 951-960
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  1. Introduction
  2. Larry Scanlon
  3. pp. 715-723
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