Journal Viator , vol. 51:1

Viator 51, No 1 (2020)

Includes Viator Cluster: Global Exchanges in the North Atlantic, ca. 350–1300

  • Pages: x + 489 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:11 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2021

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58765-3
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    Global Exchanges in the North Atlantic, ca. 350–1300: Directions, Movements, Questions — NAHIR OTAÑO GRACIA, NICOLE LOPEZ-JANTZEN, AND ERICA WEAVER 1

    Ganetes hleoþor: Posthumanist Moments and Animal Migrations in the Medieval Global Atlantic — MARIAN E. POLHILL 9

    Literary Landscapes and Cultural Exchange in the Early Medieval North Atlantic — A. JOSEPH MCMULLEN 23

    The North Atlantic in Islamic Cartographic Imaginaries — ANDREW RUSSO 35

    Jewish and Islamic Foundations of Late Medieval Christian Literary Practices — ANTONIA CARCELÉN-ESTRADA 45

    What is Global Medieval Romance? — ELIZABETH WATKINS 67

    Routes of North African Impact on Book Production in the British Isles before ca. 800 — ALISON HUDSON 83

    Race-ing Plainchant: Theodore of Tarsus, Hadrian of Canterbury, and the Voices of Music History — GILLIAN L. GOWER 103

    How White is Heimdallr? — REI DAIMON 121

    Class and Race in Pelagius’s, Jerome’s, and Augustine’s Thoughts on Demetrias’s Consecration — ANNAMARIA LAVIOLA-SVENSÄTER 137

    Mobile Ancestors and Women’s Genealogies: Agatha of Hungary in Trevet’s Les Cronicles — EMMA O. BÉRAT 147

    Otherworld Treasure and Bardic Disguise: Recovering the Past in Medieval Welsh and Persian Literatures — SAM LASMAN 159

    Pax et concordia: The Paul and Antony Panel on the Tower Cross at Kells — MEREDITH CUTRER 171

    Reading the Necropolitical in the Early Medieval English Soul and Body — GABRIELLE DACOSTA 187

    Response — AFRODESIA MCCANNON 197



    Agobard, Deuteronomic Curses, and an Anti-Jewish Exegetical Discourse in Carolingian Lyon — YIN LIU 205

    Gregory the Great as Intermediary Figure between East and West: The Eleventh-Century Manuscript Context of the Old English Dialogues — KATIE MENENDEZ 241

    Gerald of Wales, the Topographia Hiberniae, and the History of the Vikings in Ireland — PATRICK WADDEN 273

    Deafness and Nonspeaking in Late Medieval Iceland (1200–1550) — YOAV TIROSH 311

    Christian Imperialism and Antisemitic Violence in Titus and Vespasian — KARA L. MCSHANE 345

    Identity and Liminality: Jews, Conversos, Foreigners, and Muslims in Christian Ávila, 1440s–1492 — TEOFILO F. RUIZ 373

    Syon at 1500: Observant Reform? — MARY C. ERLER 407

    Enclosed Gardens, Female Networks, and Spiritual Kinship in Late Medieval Northern Europe — RACHEL M. DELMAN 437

    Generic Transformation in a Manuscript Culture: The Case of a Seventeenth-Century Monody — ÞÓRUNN SIGURÐARDÓTTIR 465