Postmedieval-A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Postmedieval-A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
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Medieval studies: the stakes of the field7
The unbearable whiteness of being (in) Shakespeare7
Becoming postmedieval: The stakes of the global middle ages6
I can’t love this the way you want me to: Archival blackness3
Uneasy presences: Revulsion and the necropolitics of attachment3
Homeland insecurity: Biopolitics and sovereign violence in Beowulf2
‘Skin black and wrinkled’: The toxic ecology of the Sibyl’s cave2
Writing companions: Toward a critical entanglement with the more-than-human world2
Critical confessions now2
Race, medievalism and the eighteenth-century Gothic turn2
Búi and the blámaðr: Comprehending racial others in Kjalnesinga Saga2
Revolting sites1
‘This world is like a water-wheel’: Alexander and Darius in the mirror1
Retelling the Icelandic family sagas1
Derek Jarman’s medieval blood: Queer devotion, affective medicine, and the AIDS Crisis1
‘Each way means loneliness—and communion’: reading anchoritic literature with T.S. Eliot1
Poems for the Women of Beowulf: A ‘Contemporary Medieval’ Project1
Ethnonationalism and medievalism: reading affective ‘Anglo-Saxonism’ today with the discovery of Sutton Hoo1
Confronting whiteness: antiracism in medieval studies1
Narration as Raumschach: Kalila and Dimna in time, space and languages1
Race, labour, and the future of the past: King Lear’s ‘true blank’1
Chronologies of the animal turn1
Premodern race studies in academic country clubs1
Judging sexy women in late medieval France1
Whiteness, medievalism, immigration: rethinking Tolkien through Stuart Hall1
‘Do not allow an empty goblet to face the moon’: lyrical materialities in the drinking poems of Li Bai 李白(701–762) and Du Fu 杜甫 (712–770)1
Human and insect bookworms1
Confession, counter-conduct, critique1
Mourner-confessors: The masala intercommunity of women in Rudaali and Hamlet1
The gift of shame1
In the Name of Shirāz: The stone mosques of the East African coast reconsidered1
Identitarian politics, precarious sovereignty1
Dido and Laura in Carthage: White purity, epidermal race, and sexual violence in Petrarch’s Africa0
About the Cover0
Coda: Interview with Charlotte Ewart0
Trans sanctity: Medievalism and the Vírgenes de la Puerta0
Introduction: Amputation and warfare in the eleventh century: absence, sensation, and embodiment0
Walking the line: Unfaith in the Middle Ages0
The voice astray: Caroline Bergvall’s Dante0
‘…The enemy is close and in this sad story, Ximena is the Cid’: Reading The Moor’s Last Sigh in light of Salman Rushdie’s sources0
Ecologies of things and texts: Nature, matter, and material culture in the Middle Ages0
From the Golden Age to the Kali Age: The evolution of the Qissa/Romance genre in South Asia0
Mountains, meaning, mediation: Petrarch’s ‘Ascent to Mont Ventoux’ (1336) and the ecological imagination of classical Chinese poetry0
The transhistorical, transcultural life of sausages: From medieval morescas to New Mexican Matachines with Aby Warburg0
Al-Tawḥīdī, Fictionality, and the Mediatedness of Narrative0
The hungry monk: Bernard of Clairvaux in a trans-corporeal landscape0
The Just Without Justification: On Meister Eckhart and Political Theology0
Fictional(ised) beginnings of the Ottoman Dynasty: Notes on the Hikâyet-ı Zuhûr-ı Âl-i ‘Osmân0
Confessing in Old English: The Life of Saint Mary of Egypt and the problem with penance0
Tolkien, fandom, critique, and ‘critical joy’: A conversation0
How to corner a poem (and watch it thrive): A timely confession0
Ecocodicology0
About the cover0
Antisemitism, dance, and the law in the late medieval Holy Roman Empire0
Voice as talisman: Theorising sound in medieval Japanese treatises on the musical art of sutra chanting0
Drink up! Losing yourself in the contact zone0
Embodying the wind0
A Game of Thrones: Power structures in medievalisms, manuscripts, and the museum0
Approaching Islamicate fictionalities0
‘A beginning for them all’: The medieval pluriverse of Gloria Naylor’s ‘Sapphira Wade’0
Motivated fictionality: Worldbuilding and The Thousand and One Nights0
Tracing the legacies of medieval dance: Historical, critical, and artistic approaches0
Singing of and with the Other: Flamenco and the politics of pastoralism in medieval Iberia0
Correction to: Dancing the Kleptocene0
‘To se hem play, hyt was fayr game’: Playing & dancing in Thomas Chestre’s Sir Launfal0
Posthumanism and the claim to rational action0
Animal feelings: senses of the Carolingian hunt0
Transgender mutation and the canon: Christine de Pizan’s Livre de la Mutacion de Fortune0
Disappearing acts: What Buddhist tree-icons might tell us0
Judas hermeneutics: Literary character and reading in revolt0
About the Cover0
Francis’s animal brotherhood in Thomas of Celano’s Vita Prima0
On stone, storms, and seismic tremors: ecologies of representation in medieval India0
Chronic denial: When making change means saying the whole truth0
Islamicate fictionalities and transmissions to theory0
‘Velut in sentinam congessit’: Refugees and racism, modern and medieval0
Process Essay. ‘A Feather on the breath of God’: Medieval legacies in modern choreography0
Reading the medieval fur experience: Peire Vidal and the poverty of Pelletiers0
Gardening time: Horticulture and meditations on time in Song (960–1279) China0
Aljamiado retellings of the Hebrew Bible0
Creative practice as research in Old Norse-Icelandic studies: Ancillary characters as storytellers0
About the Cover0
Greening the global medieval: Exploring the cultural worlds of the Palaeoanthropocene in East Asia0
Dance, Institution, Abolition0
Rewriting the wild: Fiction, adab, and the making of Majnun’s animal world0
The sign you must not touch: Lyric obscurity and trans confession0
Juridical dread and the self-disciplining subject0
About the Cover0
Finding Old Nubian, or, why we should divest from Western tongues0
The Aleph and the space of Shakespeare0
Queer and working class while reading The Second Shepherds’ Play0
The speaking wound: Gower’s Confessio Amantis and the ethics of listening in the #metoo era0
Mount Baoding: A planetary story0
Chiasm in choros: The dance of inspirited bodies0
Dream narratives and metafictionality in the Persian Jog Bāsisht0
Of glass, stone, shell, and metal: Ecologies of beads in medieval and post-medieval West Africa0
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Fictionalities in medieval Arabic texts: A roundtable0
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Gut feelings: On the chansons de geste's visceral aesthetic0
Skulls, worms, and angels: Teaching ritual through the grave in an Aljamiado Ḥadīth0
Pathei mathos and skandalon in Le Sacre du Printemps0
Praying by hand: meditations on reading with feeling in late medieval England0
Anthologizing the medieval senses: a methodological overview0
‘Whiteness seeps through’: Resisting colorblind racism in Mandeville’s Travels0
Encountering the environmental uncanny in Su Shi’s Rhapsodies on the Red Cliff: An ecocritical parable in text and image0
Sensuous reading in the Legatus divinae pietatis0
Visionary apprehensions: rethinking “premedieval Japan” in terms of a postmedieval sinoscape0
“What might a journal be?” Reflections from the postmedieval editorial board0
About the Cover0
Shards in hand: crystal dwelling as ecology0
Watching the Well-Governed City: painting and surveillance in Trecento Siena0
Labor, time, and walking through mountains: A response essay0
sinne and sêlen kraft: medieval models of sensory perception in a mural of the Constance Haus zur Kunkel0
Dancing the Kleptocene0
Islamicate fictionalities and transcultural inter/connections0
Confessions of the half-caste, or wheeling strangers of here and everywhere0
Fictitious waters: Ottoman marvels, fiction, and gender0
East Asian Palaeoanthropocenes: Responses0
The Ballet of the Bombs: Isherwood’s camp remake of Dante’s rota of the Sodomites0
‘Come on Tiger’: An exploration into the political and ecological challenges for tigers in premodern and modern-day Korea0
What might a journal be?0
The intersection of medieval studies and Indigenous studies: A Norse-Saami case study0
Dancing in silence in premodern Europe0
The birds and the Bedes: Race, gender, and sexuality in Bede’s In Cantica Canticorum0
Han Shan’s reclusion: From quasi-homelessness to ultra-homelessness0
‘De aymant en dyamant’: Lexical transmutations in the works of Philippe de Mézières0
How to make a book: Alfredian prefaces in theory and practice0
Becoming object/becoming queen: the marital contact zone in Chrétien de Troyes’ Erec et Enide0
An alchemy of medieval Honduras0
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Ecology in seventeenth-century Japan: the ‘Great Way’ of Kumazawa Banzan0
Life in the mountains: The encyclopaedic perspective of Liu Xiaobiao’s ‘Treatise on Withdrawing to the Mountains of Jinhua’0
In the skin of a donkey: On the moral status of animals of burden in two medieval Spanish versions of ‘The Miller, his Son and the Donkey’0
The simorgh and the celestial conjunction0
Teaching Chaucer in China in the Republican Period (1912-1949)0
Sacrilegious bodies: Gender, race, and medieval dance in nineteenth-century missions0
A monstrous king and a forged prophecy: Parody, invention, and social hierarchy in the Kushnāmeh0
Dance as a liberating practice into divine darkness?: A systematic theologian re-reads Philo of Alexandria’s descriptions of dance0
Confessions: The consolations of literature0
The Gender of Magic: Constructions of nonbinary gender categories in Sīrat Sayf ibn Dhī Yazan0
The voice inside the wall: A muyto devota oração da empardeada as a confession of enclosure0
Toying with dance: A medievalist interprets The Nutcracker ballet0
Jahāngīrī portrait shasts: Material-discursive practices and visuality at the Mughal court0
This land is your land: Naturalization in England and Arabia, 500–10000
Out of sight, but not out of mind: A Middle Dutch religious allegory as guide towards the absent Christ0
Medieval sanctuary, gothic entrapment, and the fugitive self in Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad0
The embarrassments of confession: Reading Margery Kempe today0
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