On Being a Medievalist and More

This Colloquy is one of two that originated in the "After 1967" conference in which we celebrated the work of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht. While the other (soon to appear) Colloquy gathers papers and related materials that reflect the general shape of Gumbrecht's career, this one is concerned with his relation to medieval literature, his original field of interest.

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Interview with Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
By
Marisa Galvez
Free Form
On "the inspiring resistance that the [Middle Ages] imposes on us, and the hermeneutic difficulty—maybe even the impossibility—of accessing medieval culture."

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