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Towards a queer philology

Roberta Magnani Orcid Logo, Diane Watt

postmedieval, Volume: 9, Issue: 3, Pages: 252 - 268

Swansea University Author: Roberta Magnani Orcid Logo

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In the Introduction of the Special Issue of postmedieval dedicated to 'Queer Manuscripts' Diane Watt and I reflect on traditional scholarly traditions used to account for canon formation and textual transmission in the Middle Ages and beyond. We analyse their masculinist underpinnings and,...

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ISSN: 2040-5960 2040-5979
Published: 2018
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description In the Introduction of the Special Issue of postmedieval dedicated to 'Queer Manuscripts' Diane Watt and I reflect on traditional scholarly traditions used to account for canon formation and textual transmission in the Middle Ages and beyond. We analyse their masculinist underpinnings and, instead, put forward a new and field-changing methodology, which we term 'queer philology, based on queer, and specifically lesbian and trans theory.
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