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Constructing nations, reconstructing myth
|Statement||edited by Andrew Wawn with Graham Johnson and John Walter.|
|Series||Making the Middle Ages|
|Contributions||Wawn, Andrew., Johnson, Graham, 1973-, Walter, John, 1970-, Shippey, T. A.|
|LC Classifications||PN671 .C66 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||2008366337|
This collection of fifteen essays by distinguished scholars addresses a formative era (approximately C.E.) in Northwest Europe. Myths of the time exhibit the interplay of classical, biblical, Celtic, and Germanic (including Old Norse and Old English) cultures during the Carolingian and Viking periods, showing how Christian and native religions engaged with each . Modern-day Europeans by the millions proudly trace back their national identities to the Celts, Franks, Gauls, Goths, Huns, or Serbs--or some combination of the various peoples who inhabited, traversed, or pillaged their continent more than a thousand years ago. According to Patrick Geary, this is historical nonsense. The idea that national character is fixed for all time /5(3).
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. First published in Germany in , the work is an exhaustive treatment of the subject, tracing the mythology and beliefs of the ancient Germanic peoples from their earliest attestations to their survivals in modern traditions, folktales and popular expressions. The structure of the Deutsche Mythologie is fairly encyclopaedic.
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The sixteen essays in this collection focus on the impact made by nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century philology in reconstructing myth book fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.
PDF (MB). Download Book Constructing Nations Reconstructing Myth in PDF format. You can Read Online Constructing Nations Reconstructing Myth here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats. Constructing Nations Reconstructing Myth Author: Andrew Wawn ISBN: IND The sixteen essays in this collection focus on the impact made by nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.
Constructing nations, reconstructing myth: essays in hinour of T.A. Shippey. - (Making the Middle Ages ; v. 9) 1. Literature, Medieval - History and criticism 2. English literature - Old English, ca. - History and criticism 3. Philology, Modern 4.
Myth in literature 5. Nationalism in literature I. Shippey, T. Wawn, Andrew III. Johnson, Graham IV. The sixteen essays all deal, usually explicitly, with the effect of Jacob Grimm's scholarship on the development of nationalism and on the study of philology (broadly defined), folklore, and mythology in the nineteenth century and the first half of the Constructing nations century.
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The Myth of Nations will be intensely debated by all who understood that a history that does not change, that reduces the complexities of many centuries to a single, This is a book of quite exemplary clarity.
It deserves to be widely read and will doubtless spark off lively discussion among scholars."—Peter Brown, Princeton University. Reconstructing the Gospel is an inspiring book. It espouses the Christian Faith as refreshingly different from the nationalistic Christianity attributed to Evangelicals.
It centres around Jesus' primary teachings and actions of bringing good news /5(63). National myths are now seriously questioned in a number of societies. In the West, for instance, a number of factors have combined to destabilise the symbolic foundation of nations and collective identities.
As a result, the diagnosis of a deep cultural. The Universe May Be a Mystery, But It's No Secret. Michael Schneider leads us on a spectacular, lavishly illustrated journey along the numbers one through ten to explore the mathematical principles made visible in flowers, shells, crystals, plants, and the human body, expressed in the symbolic language of folk sayings and fairy tales, myth and religion, art and architecture/5().
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Geoffrey Russom Constructing Nations, Reconstructing Myth: Essays in Honour of T. Shippey. Edited by Andrew Wawn, with Graham Johnson and John Walter. Making the Middle Ages, 9. The sixteen essays in this collection focus on the impact made by nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern European national identities, mythologies, and folklore.
Constructing Nations, Reconstructing Myth: Essays in Honour of T. Shippey. Constructing nations, reconstructing myth: essays in honour of T.A.
Shippey. [Andrew Wawn; Graham Johnson; John Walter; T A Shippey;] -- The 16 essays in this collection focus on the impact made by 19th- and early 20th-century philology in the fields of medieval studies and language studies, and in the construction of Northern.
The book discusses the heritage of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the process of building nations and nation-states it originated. It discusses the emergence of modern day's nationalism that substituted the hundreds-years old political and cultural tradition with spurious national myths and national pantheons/5(38).
The Myth of the Transparent Table: Reconstructing Space and Legal Interventions in Scottish Children’s Hearings By Anne Griffiths, Randy F. Kandel In our chapter we analyse the spatialization of law in a micro context, that of local children’s hearings in by: 1.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Timothy Snyder (Author)Cited by: In In the Skin of a Lion Ondaatje plays with the myth of Gilgamesh in a postmodern way, using its theme of impermanence yet abusing, turning upsidedown, splitting his actual references to the myth.
Order in the postmodern world is, according to Ondaatje, “very faint, very human,” and this postmodern order is glimpsed through the images and echoes of the myth in the : Joan Dolphin. (Re)Constructing Memory: Textbooks, Identity, Nation, and State, the second volume, looks more deeply at textbooks’ role in portraying the composition and identity of nation and state.
In contrast to many founding myths, most states are multiethnic, comprising multiple groups identified ethnically, in religious terms, as.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.The Myth of Nations is the third book in my "trilogy" of Late Antique histories, the first two being Frontiers of the Roman Empire and Barbarian Tides.
Unlike these titles, the current book is not an academic work. Instead, Geary's audience is the general reader with an /5.