Volume 36/37, 2015/2016

Table of Contents

Medieval Futures

Guest Editor Marilynn R. Desmond

Medieval Futures: The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Binghamton University: 1966–2016

pp. 1-8
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Future Perfect: Reading Temporalities at the Royal Women’s Monastery at Chelles, ca. 660–1050

pp. 9-50
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Producing the Route of St. James: The Camino de Santiago in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

pp. 51-77
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Virgil and Sordello’s Embrace in Dante’s Commedia: Latin Poeta Meets Vernacular Dicitore

pp. 79-117
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Gilding the Lily: John of Rupescissa’s Prophetic System and the Decline of the Angevins of Naples

pp. 119-145
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The Presence of the Past and the Shadows of Futurity: Petrarch, Vernacular Art Criticism, and the Anticipation of the Connoisseur

pp. 147-185
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Fluid City: River Gods in Rome and Contested Topography

pp. 187-222
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The Leper on the Road to Canterbury: The Summoner, Digital Manuscripts, and Possible Futures

pp. 223-261
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Retraction and Re-Collection: Chaucer’s Apocalyptic Self-Examination

pp. 263-290
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Writing Like a Fan: Fan Fiction and Medievalism in Paul C. Doherty’s Canterbury Mysteries

pp. 291-324
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Shaping Our (Medieval) Future through Nomadic Insurgency: A Radical Reading of Ywain and Gawain

pp. 325-351
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Solomon au feminin: (Re)translating Proverbs 31 in Christine de Pizan’s Cité des dames

pp. 353-392
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Transnational Feminism and Medieval Futures: The Cartographic Imaginary in Christine de Pizan’s Chemin de long estude

pp. 393-424
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List of Contributors

pp. 425-427
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