COMMUNITY: ARC Network for Early European Research
RESEARCH THEME: Cultural Memory
This theme groups together a series of related research programmes into early European culture. It
focuses particularly on reinventions of the past and the persistence of this culture into the present
as the major component of Australia's cultural memory. This theme also encompasses medievalism,
particularly in Australian culture.
DATASET: Screening the Past
A collection of essays from the themed volume of the journal Screening the Past, ‘Early Europe’.
CONTENTS:
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Campbell, Narelle. Medieval Reimaginings: Female Knights in Children’s Television
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Campbell, Narelle. “Medieval Reimaginings: Female Knights in Children’s Television”
Screening the Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Wollongong
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/female-knights-childrens-television.html
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D’Arcens, Louise. Iraq, the Prequel(s): Historicising Military Occupation and Withdrawal in
Kingdom of Heaven and 300
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D’Arcens, Louise. “Iraq, the Prequel(s): Historicising Military Occupation and
Withdrawal in Kingdom of Heaven and 300” Screening the Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Wollongong
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/kingdom-of-heaven-300.html
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D’Arcens, Louise. Screening Early Europe: Premodern Projections
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D’Arcens, Louise. “Screening Early Europe: Premodern Projections” Screening the
Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Wollongong
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/kingdom-of-heaven-300.html
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Dell, Helen. Music for Myth and Fantasy in Two Arthurian Films
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Dell, Helen. “Music for Myth and Fantasy in Two Arthurian Films” Screening the Past,
Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Melbourne
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/music-arthurian-films.html
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Ginters, Laura. ‘A Continuous Return’: Tristan and Isolde, Wagner, Hollywood and Bill Viola
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Ginters, Laura. “‘A Continuous Return’: Tristan and Isolde, Wagner, Hollywood and
Bill Viola” Screening the Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Sydney
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/tristan-isolde-wagner-hollywood-viola.html
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Kershaw, Sylvia; Ormond, Laurie. “We are the Monsters Now”: The Genre Medievalism of
Robert Zemeckis’ Beowulf
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Kershaw, Sylvia; Ormond, Laurie. “‘We are the Monsters Now’: The Genre
Medievalism of Robert Zemeckis’ Beowulf” Screening the Past, Vol. 29, 2009.
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University of Western Australia
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/genre-medievalism-beowulf.html
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Loong, Christina. Reel Medici Mobsters? "The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance"
Reassessed
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Loong, Christina. “Reel Medici Mobsters? ‘The Medici: Godfathers of the
Renaissance’ Reassessed” Screening the Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Sydney
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/medici-godfathers-renaissance.html
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Trigg, Stephanie. Transparent Walls: Stained Glass and Cinematic Medievalism
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Trigg, Stephanie. “Transparent Walls: Stained Glass and Cinematic Medievalism”
Screening the Past, Vol. 26, 2009.
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University of Melbourne
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LINK: http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/humanities/screeningthepast/26/earlyeurope/stained-glass-cinematic-medievalism.html
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