Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500–1500

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Jennifer Jahner, Emily Steiner, Elizabeth M. Tyler
Cambridge University Press, 28 nov. 2019
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History writing in the Middle Ages did not belong to any particular genre, language or class of texts. Its remit was wide, embracing the events of antiquity; the deeds of saints, rulers and abbots; archival practices; and contemporary reportage. This volume addresses the challenges presented by medieval historiography by using the diverse methodologies of medieval studies: legal and literary history, art history, religious studies, codicology, the history of the emotions, gender studies and critical race theory. Spanning one thousand years of historiography in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, the essays map historical thinking across literary genres and expose the rich veins of national mythmaking tapped into by medieval writers. Additionally, they attend to the ways in which medieval histories crossed linguistic and geographical borders. Together, they trace multiple temporalities and productive anachronisms that fuelled some of the most innovative medieval writing.
 

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List of Illustrations
General Introduction
Gildas
Monastic History and Memory
Apocalypse andas History
Legendary British History
Genealogies
Writing Englandʼs Ethical Past Before
Oxford Cambridge and Paris
The Professional Historians of Medieval Ireland
Gender and the Subjects of History in the Early Middle Ages
The Case of Matthew Paris
Vernacular Historiography
Tall Tales from the Archive
A S G Edwards
Chronicle and Romance

Pagan HistoriesPagan Fictions
Sense of Place in Medieval British Historical Writing
NorthSouth Divide c 790c 1100
The AngloSaxon
Bury St Edmunds and its Anglo
Historical Writing in Medieval Wales
Scotland and AngloScottish Border Writing
London Histories
Forgery as Historiography
Hagiography
Writing in the Tragic Mode
Crisis and Nation in FourteenthCentury English Chronicles
Polemical History and the Wars of the Roses
Bibliography
Index

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Jennifer Jahner is Assistant Professor of English at the California Institute of Technology.

Emily Steiner is Professor of English Literature at the University of Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth M. Tyler is Professor of Medieval Literature at the University of York.

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