Introduction to 'Interfaces' 9
Cover Image of 'Interfaces,' Issue #9: Pierpaolo Curti, 'Bridge,' 2014, tecnica mista su tela, 120 x 80 cm – Collezione privata –


Middle Ages
Comparative Literature
Medieval Literature
Movement of People and Books
Northwest Afro-Eurasia

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Tyler, E. M., Borsa, P., Høgel, C., & Mortensen, L. B. (2022). Introduction to ’Interfaces’ 9. Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures, (9), 1–9.


The Editors introduce Interfaces 9: Transformations and Translocations of Medieval Literature. The articles published here cross the geographies and chronologies of medieval literature as they consider a range of forms, from romance to legal writing and from history-writing to animal fables, in examining texts from Georgia, Egypt, Bohemia, Scandinavia and Western Europe (with extensions across the Atlantic into the Americas). The Editors also draw attention to a piece about Interfaces in a recently launched journal, where the direct link between a wider, more connected vision of medieval European literature and open access publishing – which places no financial barriers to who publishes and who reads – is addressed.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Elizabeth M. Tyler, Paolo Borsa, Lars Boje Mortensen, Christian Høgel


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