Pornographic Archaeology: Medicine, Medievalism, and the Invention of the French Nation
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In "Pornographic Archaeology: Medicine, Medievalism, and the Invention of the French Nation," Zrinka Stahuljak explores the connections and fissures between the history of sexuality, nineteenth-century views of the Middle Ages, and the conceptualization of modern France. This cultural history uncovers the determinant role that the sexuality of the Middle Ages played in nin...more
Hardcover, 338 pages
Published October 9th 2012 by University of Pennsylvania Press (first published October 8th 2012)
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