Medieval Perspectives, Vol. XII, 1997
This issue of Medieval Perspectives addresses the theme of the
apocalypse, a theme both medieval and modern, which was deemed appropriate for
the Southeastern Medieval Association meeting in Waco. In reviewing the events
leading to Waco, going as far back as the early Christian Era, as well as its
implications, plenary speaker Professor William Pitts calls attention to the
"Persistence of the Millennium", a theme echoed in papers presented
at the conference, several of which are published in this issue.
Bill Pitts, "The Persistence of the Millenium"
Joan Baker, "Deposuit potentes: Apocalyptic Rhetoric in the Middle
English Robert of Sicily"
Albrecht Classen, "The Dangers and Promises of Reading, Two Medieval
Viewpoints: Wolfram von Eschenbach and Geoffrey Chaucer"
Judy Ann Ford, "The Structure of Reform: Angelo Clareno's 'Sixth
Jo Goyne, "Arthurian Dreams and Medieval Dream Theory"
J. S. Hamilton, "Apocalypse Not: Edward II and the Suppression of the
Robyn A. Holman, "The First Sunday of Lent: Its Origin and Celebration in
Daniel O'Sullivan, "Les Merveilles de Rigomer's Apocalyptic
Kristine T. Utterback, "Pirates and Pilgrims on the Late-Medieval Journey
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