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Manifesto reviewed as "public medievalist's little red book"

Blessed to have Paul Sturtevant review Medievalism: A Manifesto, for his Public Medievalist blog:

He writes that MAM: "[...] offers an affordable, much-needed call-to-arms to those medievalists still on the fence about working for, among, and with the public. This book—especially its final chapter, which comprises the real “manifesto” of the volume—should be required reading for every medieval studies Ph.D., and taped to the door of many a public history professor. For some, many of its ideas will seem obvious, while for others they may offer a profound challenge; but this fact says more about the current state of the professoriate than about this text." Read the full review here.



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