|aNew directions in Arthurian studies /|cedited by Alan Lupack.
|aCambridge [England] :|bD.S. Brewer,|c2002.
|aix, 168 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aArthurian studies,|x0261-9814 ;|v51
|aBased on papers originally presented at Camelot 2000: a Millennial Conference on the Arthurian Legends held Oct. 26-28, 2000 at the University of Rochester.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aArthurian research in a new century: prospects and projects / Norris J. Lacy -- Malory and his audience / P.J.C. Field -- The paradoxes of honour in Malory / Derek Brewer -- "Hic est Artur": reading Latin and reading Arthur / Sian Echard -- Judging Camelot: change in critical perspectives in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight / Robert J. Blanch and Julian N. Wasserman -- Tennyson's Guinevere and her Idylls of the king / David Staines -- Darkness over Camelot: enemies of the Arthurian dream / Raymond H. Thompson -- King Arthur and Black American popular culture / Barbara Tepa Lupack -- The Project of Arthurian studies: quondam et futurus / Bonnie Wheeler -- "Arthur? Arthur? Arthur?": where exactly is the cinematic Arthur to be found? / Kevin J. Harty -- Merlin in the twenty-first century / Peter H. Goodrich.
|aArthur,|cKing|xIn motion pictures.
|aEnglish literature|yMiddle English, 1100-1500|xHistory and criticism.
|aArthurian romances|xAdaptations|xHistory and criticism.