New Queer Medievalisms explores new directions in the study of gay, lesbian, transgender, intersex, and asexual medieval identities and, simultaneously, will expand the work of the queer Middle Ages beyond early English or continental studies. As Annemarie Jagose points out, “Queer […] exemplifies a more mediated relation to categories of identification.” Touching on other forms of identity, Jagose’s definition of queer demonstrates how binaries which involve gender, sexuality, and culture often fail to account for a full range of experiences. Medievalists have done important work with queer in this way, and this series expands on the work done by some of these theorists. Almost every area of Medieval Studies (history, religion, philosophy) has a dedicated group of scholars interrogating the connections between medieval topics and Queer Studies. This series will provide these scholars with a new venue dedicated to their work but also bring various scholarly and geographic areas into conversation.
Keywords: Queer, gender, medieval, medievalism, transgender, sexuality, religion, history.
Geographical Scope: Global
Chronological Scope: 400-1500 CE
Series editors and Advisory board
To submit a proposal or completed manuscript to be considered for publication by Medieval Institute Publications or to learn more about New Queer Medievalisms, please contact the series' Acquisition Editor, Ilse Schweitzer Van Donkelaar.
In addition, the series' Advisory Board comprises:
- Christopher Roman, Kent State University, Series Editor
- Will Rogers, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Series Editor
- Michelle Sauer, University of North Dakota
- Anna Klosowska, Miami University
- Gabrielle Bychowski, Case Western Reserve University
- Bill Burgwinkle, King's College, Cambridge
Forthcoming in this series
Mapping the Queer in Medieval English and French Literature
Edited by Will Rogers and Christopher Michael Roman