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Fecundities of the trace : Medieval Scholars and Medievalists before the Medieval Text

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Michèle Gally

About Michèle

Michèle Gally  is Professor of medieval literature at the Université d’Aix-Marseille. She is the author of L’intelligence de l’amour. D’Ovide à Dante (2005). In addition to organizing several conferences (including, in  2012, “Le médiéval sur la scène contemporaine”), she has published widely on medievalism and also edited the volume La trace médiévale et les écrivains d’aujourd’hui (2000).

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Taking up Paul Zumthor’s reflections on medievalism and medieval studies in Parler du Moyen Age, this essay discusses the necessity to keep alive the distinction between medieval scholars and medievalists, because this distinction allows us to reflect on the two complementary sides of a necessary relation to the past.
Mots-clés: medievalism Paul Zumthor 
DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/relief.889
How to Cite: Gally, M., (2014). Fecundities of the trace : Medieval Scholars and Medievalists before the Medieval Text. RELIEF - REVUE ÉLECTRONIQUE DE LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE. 8(1), pp.101–114. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/relief.889
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Publié le 29 Sep 2014.
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