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Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World
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Outlaw King
Beam
Me Up, Robbie!: Outlaw
King, directed by David Mackenzie Reviewed
by Kevin J. Harty, La
Salle University, harty@lasalle.edu A Saturday
Night Live skit last year poked fun at the confusion over the current profusion
of young actors with the first name C...
Outlaw King
Outlaw King
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Mother of the Maid (Manhattan Public Theater)
What’s a Mother to
Do?— Jane Anderson’s Mother of the Maid at the Public Theater
in Manhattan Reviewed by Kevin J. Harty, La
Salle University harty@lasalle.edu Graduate students in search of a dissertation topic—or even
more advanced scholars looking for a ...
Mother of the Maid (Manhattan Public Theater)
Mother of the Maid (Manhattan Public Theater)
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Were women ever sacred? Some medieval and modern men would like us to think so...
Chivalry and courtesy are cultural constructions serving the most powerful men in medieval and contemporary societies, claims this ARTICLE for medievalists.net .

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Falconieri & Facchini, Medievalismi italiani
Tommaso
di Carpegna Falconieri and Riccardo Facchini, eds. Medievalismi italiani (secoli XIX–XXI) . Rome: Gangemi, 2018. Reviewed
by Jennifer Rushworth (j.rushworth@ucl.ac.uk) This
is a glossy volume with a number of black-and-white illustrations that bring...

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The Last Sharknado
The Last Sharknado: It’s About
Time Reviewed by Kevin J. Harty (harty@lasalle.edu) Medievally
Speaking may not be the most obvious venue for a
review of the sixth (and supposedly last) installment of the Syfy Channel’s Sharknado franchise, but this last Sha...
The Last Sharknado
The Last Sharknado
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Wulp, The Saintliness of Margery Kempe
The
Saintliness of Margery Kempe, by John Wulp Reviewed
by Kevin J. Harty harty@lasalle.edu To paraphrase a question once posed by Virginia Woolf, what
if Geoffrey Chaucer had had a sister?   Would she have been like Margery Kempe?   While their lives parti...
Wulp, The Saintliness of Margery Kempe
Wulp, The Saintliness of Margery Kempe
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