Letha Ch’ien, ‘Renaissance Medievalism’

Andrea Di Carlo, ‘A Tormented Milton: The Middle Ages Between Gloominess and Optimism’

Mimi Ensley, ‘William Faulkner’s Guy of Warwick’

Amy Franks, ‘Nordic Giants: A Left-Wing Post-Rock Use of Norse Mythology’

Megan Henvey, ‘The Impact of Ireland’s Religio-Political Situation on the Reception of Its Early Medieval Sculptural Heritage’

Mike Horswell, ‘Crusading Unbound: Probing the Limits of Crusading Through Fantasy After 1900’

Alison Killilea, ‘The Legacy of Heorot: The Toxic Appropriation of Beowulf in a Conservative Science-Fiction Adaptation’

David Matthews, ‘Rain, Steam, and Speed: The Medievalism of Industry’

J.J. McFarlane, ‘Creating Selfhood: The Paston Women’s Letters and a Contemporary Poetic Response’

Hilary Rhodes, ‘Medievalism, Misogyny, and Modern Imagination: Toward a Historical (Re)-Education’

Christine Robson, ‘T. H. White’s The Once and Future King and the Rhetoric of War’

A.W. Strouse, ‘Medieval Englishes, Trans Poetics’

Kisha Tracy, ‘Premodern Studies — the (Im)Practical, the (Im)Perfect, and the (Un)Necessary’

Erik Wade, ‘”A Modern Feeling of Guilt”: OutlanderBeowulf, and the Periodization of Colonialism’

Ethan Doyle White, ‘Children of Woden: The Politicisation of Anglo-Saxon Identity among Modern Pagans’

Helen Young, ‘English Genealogies: Race and the Norman Conquest’