1. Middleton, Anne, “Medieval Studies,” Redrawing the Boundaries: The Transformation of English and American Literary Studies, eds. Greenblatt, Stephen and Gunn, Giles (New York: MLA, 1992), 12–40.
2. See, for example, Medievalism and the Modernist Temper, eds. Bloch, R. Howard and Nichols, Stephen G. (Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1996).
3. Patterson, Lee, Negotiating the Past: The Historical Understanding of Medieval Literature (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987).
4. Aers, David, “Rewriting the Middle Ages: Some Suggestions,” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 18:2 (Fall 1988).
5. Nichols, Stephen G., “The New Medievalism: Tradition and Discontinuity in Medieval Culture,” The New Medievalism, eds. Brownlee, Kevin, Brownlee, Marina, and Nichols, Stephen G. (Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1991).
6. de Certeau, Michel, Heterologies: Discourse on the Other (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1989), 68.
* Michal Kobialka is an Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Minnesota. The author of Journey Through Other Spaces (1993), a study of Tadeusz Kantor's theatre, he is now writing a book on early medieval theatre.