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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 02 Apr 2013, 14:50

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"Gotlands bildstenar har länge fascinerat människor, vare sig det berott på ett intresse för livet i Norden under det första årtusendet eller en uppskattning av stenarnas skönhet. De gotländska bildstenarna ger oss inblick i en gåtfull, bildrik värld och de väcker frågor. Vilken roll och betydelse har bildstenarna en gång haft i sin samtid och vilka budskap förmedlar bilderna och sammanhangen? För att belysa några av frågeställningarna och få ett grepp om den aktuella forskningen ordnade Runverket vid Riksantikvarieämbetet tillsammans med Gotlands Museum år 2011 ett internationellt tvärvetenskapligt symposium, det första någonsin som helt och håller ägnats Gotlands bildstenar. De föreläsningar som hölls under symposiet ligger till grund för artiklarna som presenteras i denna bok."


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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 26 Apr 2013, 15:50

Kolla AB-posten för ett skov med tidskriftsartiklar;

Anglo-Norman and Middle English Terminology for Spinning Whorls

Medieval Things - Materiality, Historicism, and the Premodern Object

OLD TEXTILES – NEW POSSIBILITIES

Masculinities and the Medieval English Sumptuary Laws

Being Period - An Examination of Bridging Discourse in a Historical Reenactment Group
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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 07 May 2013, 13:30

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"Medieval Violence provides a detailed analysis of the practice of medieval brutality, focusing on a thriving region of northern France in the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. It examines how violence was conceptualised in this period, and uses this framework to investigate street violence, tavern brawls, urban rebellions, student misbehaviour, and domestic violence. The interactions between these various forms of violence are examined in order to demonstrate the complex and communicative nature of medieval brutality. What is often dismissed as dysfunctional behaviour is shown to have been highly strategic and socially integral. Violence was a performance, dependent upon the spaces in which it took place. Indeed, brutality was contingent upon social and cultural structures. At the same time, the common stereotype of the thoughtlessly brutal Middle Ages is challenged, as attitudes towards violence are revealed to have been complex, troubled, and ambivalent. Whether violence could function effectively as a form of communication which could order and harmonise society, or whether it inevitably degenerated into chaotic disorder where meaning was multivalent and incomprehensible, remained a matter of ongoing debate in a variety of contexts. Using a variety of source material, including legal records, popular literature, and sermons, Hannah Skoda explores experiences of, and attitudes towards, violence, and highlights profound contemporary ambiguity concerning its nature and legitimacy."

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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 07 May 2013, 13:31

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"Viking Identities is the first detailed archaeological study of Viking-Age Scandinavian-style female dress items from England. Based on primary archival and archaeological research, including the analysis of hundreds of recent metal-detector finds, it presents evidence for over 500 brooches and pendants worn by women in the late ninth and tenth centuries. Jane F. Kershaw argues that these finds add an entirely new dimension to the limited existing archaeological evidence for Scandinavian activity in the British Isles and make possible a substantial reassessment of the Viking settlements.

Kershaw offers an interpretation of the significance of the jewellery in a broader, historical context. The jewellery highlights locations of settlement not commonly associated with the Vikings. In contrast to claims of high levels of cultural assimilation, the jewellery suggests that incoming groups maintained a distinct Scandinavian identity which was sometimes appropriated by the indigenous population. Kershaw also addresses one of the great unanswered questions in the study of Viking-Age settlements: what about the women? The interpretation of the jewellery challenges traditional perceptions of Viking conquest as an all-male affair and brings into focus a population group which has, until now, been almost invisible.

Kershaw describes the objects and explores a number of themes related to their contemporary use, including their date, distribution, and function in costume. This body of material - unknown 30 years ago - is introduced to a public audience for the first time. Including many object images and maps, the study provides a practical guide to the identification of Scandinavian metalwork."

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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 18 Jun 2013, 13:52

Ambrosiani, Björn, / Stratigraphy. Vol. 1, P. 1: The site and the shore ; P. 2: The bronze caster's workshop
Engelska, 2013

Om birkautgrävningarna 1990-1995, ganska mycket om föremålsfynd. Tyvärr ingen bild...

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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 18 Jun 2013, 15:39

Detta är en hel serie med tvärvetenskapliga artiklar i bokform, finns hittills 14 band.

New medieval literatures / edited by Wendy Scase, Rita Copeland, David Lawton
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Här är länken till del 6, så ni vet vad ni ska söka efter om ni vill ha tag i de andra:
http://www.amazon.com/New-Medieval-Lite ... iteratures

"New Medieval Literatures is an annual containing the best new interdisciplinary work in medieval textual studies. Volume 6 deals in depth with one of the most important of medieval vernacular writers, Geoffrey Chaucer, his closest successor, Thomas Hoccleve, and his most important precursor in England, Marie de France."

"New Medieval Literatures is an annual of work on medieval textual cultures. Volume 5 is marked by a preoccupation with origins or beginnings: the return to some of the foundational texts of the "modern," here Marx, Freud, and classical Marxist literary criticism; or how the Middle Ages thematized its own antecedents, in the founding myth of imperial Rome, the originary force of martyrdom, and the reformist foundations of monasticism."

"New Medieval Literatures is an annual containing the best new interdisciplinary work in medieval textual cultures. Volume 3 combines important work by established scholars with the results of the editors' quest for major new voices, including the prize-winning essay in their first competition for younger scholars. The themes of the volume are the production of knowledge and text, cultural change and exchange, from early medieval China to fifteenth-century England. There are also paired and contrasting essays on Dante and on Langland. The volume ends with Sarah Kay's important survey of modern medievalist scholarship, the New Philology."


http://libris.kb.se/bib/2575494 - hela serien i LIBRIS.
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Re: Bibliografi

Postby anna » 24 Jun 2014, 22:16

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Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe examines the important roles of women who campaigned with armies from 1500 to 1815. This included those notable female individuals who assumed male identities to serve in the ranks, but far more numerous and essential were the formidable women who, as women, marched in the train of armies. While some worked as full-time or part-time prostitutes, they more generally performed a variety of necessary gendered tasks, including laundering, sewing, cooking, and nursing. Early modern armies were always accompanied by women and regarded them as essential to the well-being of the troops. Lynn argues that, before 1650, women were also fundamental to armies because they were integral to the pillage economy that maintained troops in the field.

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